You know, one of the many things that fans of the MCU have been pondering and discussing in anticipation of the Avengers: Endgame is if Captain Marvel should be the one to take Thanos down. The CAPTAIN MARVEL movie actually explains why she’s more than capable of possible taking him down if the right circumstances are met. So why is everyone bothered by the idea of her beating Thanos and saving the universe?
So after months of Brie Larson doing everything in her binary powers to lead a massive crusade of self-inflicting damage to the movie’s reputation, I finally went and watched Captain Marvel.
Like many of you guys out there, I’m really excited to see Captain Marvel in cinema on March 8th to prepare for the Avengers: EndGame. However, as the marketing for the movie has started picking up with the approaching date, I can’t help but notice how the marketing for Captain Marvel has shifted from Captain Marvel been the trump card for beating Thanos to some toxic Feminism agenda that’s actively seems to be “putting down men”.
The second trailer for Marvel’s Captain Marvel dropped a few hours ago and my lord did it do a much better job in highlighting what makes Captain Marvel great. Also, who knew Fury was a cat person!
So it’s finally here, our first official trailer for Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel!