The final trailer for The Marvels has been released, giving fans more exciting glimpses of the highly anticipated movie. Marvel Studios kept their promise and released the trailer during Monday Night Football, building anticipation for its theatrical release. Check out the trailer below to get a sneak peek of what The Marvels has in store for audiences.

The final The Marvels trailer has officially been released, showing more glimpses of the highly anticipated Marvel Cinematic Universe movie. Brie Larson’s latest MCU appearance will not only be a Captain Marvel sequel, but a team-up movie with Kamala Khan/Ms. Marvel and Monica Rambeau/Photon, following their respective arcs in the Ms. Marvel and WandaVision TV shows.

Marvel Studios revealed that the final The Marvels trailer would debut during Monday Night Football, as the film is only a few days away from its theatrical release. As promised, The Marvels‘ final trailer has arrived, which can be seen below:

The Marvels‘ final trailer features a summary of Carol Danvers’ journey in the MCU, including her role in Avengers: Endgame. The footage also gives more action-pieces from the Phase 5 adventure as the three heroines join forces against their common villain, Dar-Benn.

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While it had been rumored, The Marvels‘ final trailer officially confirms that Tessa Thompson is returning to the MCU as Valkyrie, following her adventures in Thor: Love and Thunder. It is unclear if this is only a cameo or if Valkyrie may have a supporting role throughout The Marvels. Why Marvel Studios decided to show Valkyrie inthe final trailer a few days before the movie’s theatrical release is unclear.

However, another major cameo that keeps getting hinted at is the X-Men, who could possibly factor into The Marvels. Fury states that “They are here,” as The Marvels trailer teases that audiences should “be there for the moment that changes everything.” This comes shortly after one of the recent marketing videos focused extra long on the “X” in “comes next,” suggesting that the mutants are possibly involved in the sequel.

Lastly, a mystery character is spotted towards the end of The Marvels trailer, which many are speculating to be Captain Marvel as Binary. Whoever the figure is who is walking past Monica, they are wearing a similar uniform as Binary, but it could very well be someone else. With only days left to go, the world will soon get all of its answers about The Marvels and how it will drive the MCU forward.

Source: Marvel Studios

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