Captain Marvel Super Bowl TV Spot Teases First Look At Ben Mendelsohn's Talos

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By Nobelle Borines | More Articles Hoarder of Fantasy Books and Stephen King Wannabe
February 03, 2019  07:26 PM


The new TV spot for Captain Marvel has just been dropped during the Super Bowl 2019 and we finally have a look at Ben Mendelsohn in action as the villainous Skrull leader Talos.

The TV spot opens with Maria Rambeau and Carol Danvers walking out to their fighter jets. "About to show these boys how we do it," she says to her companion. "You ready?" Carol doesn't disappoint. "Higher, further, faster, baby," she replies to which Maria says, "Yes."

The teaser shows Carol rising from her seat as her fellow soldiers remain seated. At one point, we see more of her fight with Mar-Vell (Jude Law). Interestingly, there's a brief shot of Talos walking into a building flanked by other gunmen. We also see Mar-Vell and the other members of the Star Force getting ready for a fight.

Brie Larson had previously shared an awesome clip from Captain Marvel that showed an extended train scene where Carol faces off against a Skrull. The clip also featured Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) and Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg) chasing after the train in their own vehicle. The action-packed train scene is believed to be connected to the famous sequence where Carol finds a little old lady then opens a can of whoop ass on the woman, who is much too spry to be a regular human being.

Stay tuned for more updates on the trailers being dropped as the New England Patriots take on the Los Angeles Rams at Super Bowl 2019. Captain Marvel premieres on March 8.

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