Captain Marvel Travels “Higher, Further, Faster” In ‘Captain Marvel’ Super Bowl Spot

Try to keep up.


Marvel is taking over the Super Bowl. Before halftime, in fact, before even a quarter of the game is up, Marvel Studios has managed to drop two epic trailers for the most anticipated films of the year. Avengers: Endgame was the first big spot of the night, shortly followed by the upcoming Captain Marvel. And let me tell you, this movie keeps looking better and better!

We have little over a month to go until we see Captain Marvel fly into theaters, and it would be an understatement to say fans are getting excited. Captain Marvel is easily the strongest superhero in the MCU. She’s strong enough to take out Thanos. Not to mention she’s the first female superhero to lead her own Marvel film. This movie is going to be iconic for so many reasons, so it’s only fitting that the trailers are just as exciting.

This newest spot features very little dialogue. As Carol (AKA Captain Marvel) and her fellow pilot, Maria, prepare to hit the skies, Maria asks Carol if she’s ready to show the guys how they do it. And our fearless Captain replies with one, simple sentence.

“Higher, further, faster, baby.”

“Higher, further, faster” is repeated multiple times throughout this short Superbowl Spot, as we watch Carol fight both as a human and as Kree. Her powers may give her enhanced abilities, but her strength, her motivation to keep fighting and to push through barriers has been with her since she was a child. And she’s just quite the sense of humor to boot. We even see her and Nick Fury have a few laughs! We cannot wait for this film!

Watch the Super Bowl Spot down below.

Captain Marvel Hits Theaters March 8th.

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