“Including footage of Iron Man and Captain Ameirca is not gonna help”: MCU Gets Awful Response After Latest Trailer For Brie Larson’s The Marvels

Fans have taken to X to express their disappointment of The Marvels using shots from previous MCU masterpieces

"Including footage of Iron Man and Captain Ameirca is not gonna help": MCU Gets Awful Response After Latest Trailer For Brie Larson's The Marvels

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  • The trailer release of Brie Larson's upcoming film, The Marvels, has received mixed reviews from fans.
  • The final trailer, which includes shots from prior MCU masterpieces, has upset fans who believe it is being done on purpose.
  • While the trailer has been praised by several fans, this constant stream of negatives and positives puts the future of the film in doubt.
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There has been a lot of buzz around the last major MCU project of the year, which happens to be the release of Brie Larson’s upcoming film The Marvels. While the film may have been getting a lot of attention in recent times, not all of it seems to stem from the excitement to see the star back as Captain Marvel in the franchise.

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Brie Larson

In fact, for a long time since the release of the first trailer, the public has been bashing the film, claiming that this would just be another disappointment for Marvel Studios. Thus, to restore the faith of the audience in the film, it has released its final trailer. However, this one seems to have upset the fans more than before by adding shots from prior MCU masterpieces.

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The New Trailer Of The Marvels Receives Grim Response From Fans

A still from The Marvels
A still from The Marvels

Brie Larson doesn’t have the fondest of memories while playing the character of Captain Marvel in the MCU, especially when it comes to the response of the fans towards her character. Still, keeping her head high, she continues to play her role as the true First Avenger in that franchise. And with the release of The Marvels approaching soon, she might be able to turn the fans towards her.

Alas, it seems as though the latest trailer to generate hype around the film managed to have the opposite effect on the fans.

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In the aforementioned trailer, fans can see just how much the upcoming film has in store for the audience to witness, but most of the fans cannot overlook the shots from films like The Avengers, Iron Man, and Captain America that are added into the mix. This has many fans believing that this is being done on purpose.

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The only explanation that fans have is that the film in itself is nothing to ride home about, which is why Marvel Studios is trying to compensate for the lack of a good film by reminding us of the good old days of the MCU. Fans have taken to X to give their opinions on the matter.

While the trailer has also been praised by several fans, this constant stream of negatives and positives puts the future of the film in doubt.

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What Does The Marvels Have In Store For Us?

A still from The Marvels
A still from The Marvels

With the release of the new trailer, we have received a lot more information than before about what to expect from the upcoming film.

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Along with the team-up of Ms. Marvel, Captain Marvel, and Monica Rambeau, a.k.a, Pulsar, we will also witness the character of Dar-Benn making an appearance, who will seemingly break the barriers of the Multiverse for utter chaos to seep into the world.

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The Marvels, in cinemas on 10th November 2023.

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Deepak Bisht is a writer at FandomWire who has vast expertise in films of many genres, a hardcore anime nerd along with two years of writing experience. After completing his Bachelor's in Business Administration, he became part of the company in hopes of providing accurate, informative, and exciting articles to the world.

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