Samuel L. Jackson Confirms Captain Marvel Can Time Travel

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The newest trailer shows Captain Marvel aka Carol Danvers demonstrating to Nick Fury that she can handle herself amid an impending war.

With each Captain Marvel trailer, we're getting a better look at Marvel Studios' latest addition to the MCU - and this third one, while relatively short, highlights some different tones to Carol Danvers' arrival. But Entertainment Tonight was there, and their headline says "Samuel L. Jackson Teases Nick Fury's Backstory and Captain Marvel's Ability to Time Travel". Lee Pace's baddie is set to make a return, before his days of taking on the heroes in 'Guardians of the Galaxy'.

The movie hits theaters nationwide on March 8, 2019.

Actress Brie Larson says she became a "diligent secret-keeper" after working on "Avengers: Endgame" as she anxious about spoiling the movie for Marvel fans.

Marvel Studios on Tuesday treated fans with a "special look" video of the much-anticipated film Captain Marvel. Not only was he present when Carol Danvers gained her powers, but at a point, he also teams up with Ronan the Accuser to overthrow the Supreme Intelligence.

Plus, in one score for the "Jude Law is secretly a villain" theory, his (still as-yet-unnamed) character venomously spits out a line that'll probably drive Captain Marvel for years to come: "You're not as strong as you think". "And a lot of the people I talked to just said, 'I've never felt like that watching a movie before in my entire life". If Captain Marvel ends up being the success it's predicted to be, it's likely that we can expect an appearance from Brie Larson's titular hero. In other words, this movie is still looking great!

Whilst attending the 76th Golden Globes on Sunday evening, Feige was asked by MTV about the recent rumors regarding the marketing for Avengers: Endgame and how they are looking to only use footage from the first twenty minutes of the movie.

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