Shield up as Marvel might be dropping a Captain Marvel trailer this Wednesday
There has been no official confirmation about the trailer from the Marvel studios and the trailer talks are all based on certain linked events and a noteworthy fan post.
Stock up on the popcorn, fasten your seatbelt and take a deep breath. It's highly likely that this Wednesday (June 13) a new trailer for Marvel's first female-fronted blockbuster, 'Captain Marvel', could make its way online.
All right, there has been no official confirmation about the trailer from the studios and it's all based on certain linked events and a noteworthy fan post. But nevertheless, it's a buzz worth all our attention.
It all began during the CineEurope, an international cinema industry expo aimed at studios and distributors that began this week. As part of the premiere event, it was reported that competing studios Warner Bros debuted a trailer for their upcoming blockbuster Aquaman, which is not scheduled to arrive in theaters until later this year.
Naturally, the Aquaman teaser sparked hopes, and now speculations are running high that Marvel might follow suit and unveil some teaser for the Brie Larson-starrer soon. Since Disney's presentation at CineEurope is due on Wednesday, rumor mills have been on an overdrive over the possibility of a Captain Marvel trailer debut.
"Next week, starting on Monday, is a big theatre exhibitor’s convention in Spain called CineEurope. This is pretty much the same thing as what we just saw in Las Vegas with CinemaCon, and there will be another in Florida this year with ShowEast. This is where movie studios present their upcoming movies to exhibitors to hype them up about playing the films in their theater chains," writes MCU Cosmic, a site dedicated to Marvel reports and rumors. "The Walt Disney Studios is making their presentation Wednesday the 13th at 4:45pm."
While the site stated that the chances of a Captain Marvel trailer release still appear bleak, it seems highly probable that leaks from CineEurope would at least confirm the title of the fourth Avengers movie.
"Avengers 4: This is the big one. That leaked promo art that some people tried to claim as fake was actually produced for this event. Presumably they’ll display it on the screen as they hype up exhibitors about next May’s release," the post read. "There probably won’t be any footage, but it’s possible they may drop the title here.
Either way, Marvel will most likely be pumping up their hype-machine in the coming months. With Paul Rudd-starring 'Ant-Man and the Wasp' being next in the docket, chances are that the studios would drop some clues about both the movies before the July 6 release date of the Ant-Man sequel.