We Meet Marvel’s Newest Villain Zawe Ashton in Full Trailer For The Marvels

At 12 AM, Marvel gave us all a full taste of what’s in store with the release of the The Marvels full trailer. Slated to hit theaters on November 10, 2023, this movie stands as a sequel to Captain Marvel, WandaVision, Ms. Marvel, and Secret Invasion. And with that brings together a formidable trio of heroes – Carol Danvers (Captain Marvel), Monica Rambeau, and Kamala Khan (Ms. Marvel) – portrayed by Brie Larson, Teyonah Parris, and Iman Vellani, respectively — as they face off against the enigmatic Kree revolutionary, Dar-Benn, portrayed by Marvel newcomer Zawe Ashton.

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The trailer offers a glimpse into the action-packed narrative, revealing new developments for the characters. Notably, Carol Danvers (Larson), dons a fresh suit, hinting at her evolving role as a superhero. Additionally, the trailer showcased Marvel’s signature style of films when showcasing a light-hearted moment with adorable kittens, interwoven with the superhero battles.

The trailer also introduces the latest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe with key villains and gives screen time to the most-featured-in-every-marvel-movie Nick Fury (Samuel L Jackson), a vibrant dance sequence, and an energizing soundtrack to enhance the movie’s overall appeal.

The most intriguing aspect of “The Marvels” revolves around the mystery that connects Carol Danvers, Monica Rambeau, and Kamala Khan. The post-credits scene in “Ms. Marvel” first teased Kamala and Carol swapping places, but the trailer indicates that this phenomenon continues, ultimately tying the three heroes together. Tasked with understanding and solving this enigmatic quirk, Carol, Monica, and Kamala must unite to confront the formidable Dar-Benn, whose malevolent plans threaten the safety of the universe.


A key moment in the trailer sees Monica Rambeau offering an explanation for their teleportation predicament. Dar-Benn’s manipulation of their light-based powers is at the heart of their mysterious connection. Carol can absorb light, Monica can see it, and Kamala can transform light into physical matter. This tethering of abilities causes them to switch places whenever they use their powers, posing a unique challenge that demands their collective strength and resourcefulness.

Directed and co-written by Nia DaCosta, who has garnered acclaim for her previous work in “Candyman” and “Little Woods,” “The Marvels” promises to deliver a distinctive and captivating superhero experience. With a focus on Carol’s, Monica’s, and Kamala’s intertwined destinies, the film explores their individual growth and the bonds forged through their shared experiences.

“The Marvels” has seen its share of delays during production, but the long-awaited trailer provides a glimmer of hope for eager fans. With a focus on Carol’s, Monica’s, and Kamala’s intertwined destinies, the film promises an exploration of their growth as individuals and as a team, driven by the shared burden of their powers.

As the countdown to November 10, 2023, check out the trailer below.



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