The third trailer for the upcoming Captain Marvel movie was unveiled during the NCAA football National Championship game last night. The latest clip of the first MCU film to be led by a woman gives us a closer look at the relationship between Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers and Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury.

The trailer reveals a bit more about the film’s bad guys, the shapeshifting Skrull, and shows Larson fighting a Skrull in the guise of an elderly woman. It also touches on Danvers' complicated relationship to her past.

Among the fight scenes, action, and photon blasts are also a few more comedic moments, mostly led by Nick Fury's wisecracks at Danvers' expense, as well as a look at Jude Law, whose character has been the subject of online debate.

Watch the trailer above and leave your thoughts in the comments below.

Next, revisit the previous trailer for ‘Captain Marvel’ here.

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