Captain Marvel: New poster shows a fiery Brie Larson

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It's been almost three months since the first Captain Marvel trailer dropped, near breaking the internet in the process. But the movie also teases Danvers' attempts to remember her past, and figure out who she really is.

CAPTAIN MARVEL brings us back in time to the 1990s before all of the events we have seen in the MCU.

The trailer shows Air Force pilot Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) using her Captain Marvel powers, which allows her to fight in space.

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A series of reports said in recent days that a new Captain Marvel trailer and the first Avengers 4 trailer would be released on Monday and Wednesday, respectively.

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"It's giving Carol a place in the cinematic universe that she can carve out for her own, where she wasn't one superheroine out of many", executive producer Jonathan Schwartz explained.

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But the trailer than takes a turn, revealing that Danvers had a past life on Earth. And while it keeps the mystery, it lets us know what to expect from the movie.

According to Larson, Danvers isn't the only strong female lead in the film or in the actor's life.

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Captain Marvel releases on March 8, 2019.

"I thought of myself as being an introvert with asthma who needed to get her s- together to be able to do this", Larson told the Sun.

The trailer was also posted online, for those who weren't willing to wade through all the sports to get to the comic book-based action.

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Captain Marvel will be released in United Kingdom cinemas on March 8 2019.