In the new trailer, we're given more of a backstory as to how Carol Danvers actually ended up in space - and more of a clue as to how she became Captain Marvel.
A lot of the trailer is dedicated to Danvers and Samuel L. Jackson's youthful Nick Fury, which fans will be happy to see. We also catch a glimpse of Jude Law's mysterious character for a brief moment.
The second trailer for 'Captain Marvel' released during the halftime of Monday night football in the States, which seems to be the place to drop new trailers these days.
— Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) December 3, 2018
When word spread that they'd be seeing a new look at 'Captain Marvel,' fans waited in agony.
— Erica Dominguez (@mychempunk) December 4, 2018
But the trailer has caused quite the stir online, and the reaction has been very positive. We even got to see an extended version of the old lady from the bus scene, who's definitely not an old lady on a bus.
LITERALLY ME AND ME WATCHING THE NEW CAPTAIN MARVEL TRAILER pic.twitter.com/X2ee1MmMWO
— belle ☀ (@belledalle) December 4, 2018
Captain Marvel looks amazing and Fury is a cat guy. Perfect.
— Brian (@Brian_Fletcher) December 4, 2018
Apparently Marvel heard everyone liked the “punching the old lady in the face” part of the last Captain Marvel trailer & doubled down on it.
— Music Video Sins (@MusicVideoSins) December 4, 2018
However, the story of Danvers is only heading in one direction, and everyone knows it.
Thanos leaving after seeing how powerful captain marvel is pic.twitter.com/dCG9pmiOjF
— Tea m 🕎 (@tonystrkz) December 4, 2018
— 👹 (widows fan acc) (@QTarantinoskid) December 4, 2018
— Rushil (@rushil81) December 4, 2018
— Jeremy Conrad (@ManaByte) December 4, 2018
'Captain Marvel' releases in March 2019.