Captain Marvel, Brie Larson’s MCU feature debut, was a blockbuster in 2019, grossing over $1 billion worldwide. It is understandable that the sequel has been eagerly awaited given its success both critically and commercially. Aside from The Marvels’ genuinely entertaining and ambitious plot. Viewers can look forward to seeing Ms. Marvel star Iman Vellani join forces with Brie Larson and Teyonah Parris to form the film’s eponymous trio. Marvel Studios has now unveiled a trailer for the forthcoming superhero film as its release date draws near.
Predictably, the trailer lives up to the MCU’s reputation for charm and action. When we watch the movie’s stars being placed in an unusual situation with their abilities. The trailer doesn’t hold back on turmoil and excitement. This new film does a great job of teasing fans about what to expect from the next sequel. It uses the characters, cinematography, and sound design to put up a cohesive and thrilling view into the MCU’s future. The previously published poster was enough to pique fans’ interest.
The Marvels: Composer Teases Film’s Wonder and Connections to MCU’s Phase Five
The Marvels had received relatively little attention prior to the publication of this trailer. Which is not surprising given how secretive Marvel Studios is about its films. Yet when asked what to anticipate from the movie. The Marvels’ composer Laura Karpman said, “All I can tell you is this, it’s going to be wonderful. Moreover, Kamala makes a triumphant return and the performances are fantastic. And I absolutely adore writing music to both her and everyone else’s performances in the movie. It’s wonderful.
The Marvels, which follows Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 in theatres, is the third film in the MCU’s Phase Five. The fact that Phase Four saw more connections between various MCU projects than ever before. Such as the one between Wandavision and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, is particularly intriguing. The Marvels will be closely connected to Ant-Man 3 and Guardians of the Galaxy 3. So it will be intriguing to see whether this new interconnectedness will continue into Phase Five.
A Star-Studded Film with Familiar Faces
Together with Vellani as Kamala Khan and Parris as Monica Rambeau, Larson will make a comeback as Carol Danvers. As Nick Fury, Samuel L. Jackson will also return. Saagar Shaikh, Zenobia Shroff, and Mohan Kapur, who played Kamala’s father, mother, and brother, respectively, in Ms. Marvel, are also scheduled to reprise their parts. Zawe Ashton and Park Seo-joon are new additions to the MCU and have been cast in roles that have not yet been revealed, though it is known that Ashton will play a villain in the movie. Nia DaCosta, who previously wrote for WandaVision, directed Candyman (2021) from a scenario by Megan McDonnell.