Marvel Studios’ decision not to release a trailer for The Marvels during the 2023 Super Bowl has infuriated followers of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
With the arrival of Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, Phase 5 has officially begun. The Ant-Man sequel won’t just wrap up a trilogy; it will also advance the Multiverse Saga.
Captain Marvel, which will see Carol Danvers return to the big screen this summer, is another franchise that is progressing this year.
However, Carol’s alliance with Monica Rambeau and Ms. Marvel will be the main emphasis of The Marvels, carrying on the stories that were initiated in WandaVision and Ms. Marvel, respectively.
Online rumors claimed that Marvel’s first trailer might debut during the 2019 Super Bowl. The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 trailer was the only brand-new MCU teaser at the end of the evening.
Many people expected Marvel Studios to promote the Captain Marvel sequel during the event because it is one of the major Phase 5 releases for 2023, and they were disappointed when they didn’t.
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When Will the Marvels Trailer be released?
It’s unclear when Marvel Studios will officially begin promoting the Captain Marvel movie because The Marvels won’t be at the 2023 Super Bowl.
The Marvels will probably hold off for at least a few weeks since Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania debuts next week.
Marvel Studios may release a first teaser trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 in May, which would coincide with the summer release of the film.
To coincide with the last Guardians of the Galaxy film, Marvel may release a teaser trailer in late April.
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For the NBA Finals on June 1, an official The Marvels trailer could be held back. Since Disney-owned ABC telecasts the NBA Finals, Marvel Studios would have another platform to advertise The Marvels.
Marvel Studios will probably release posters, advertisements, and a lot more between April and July for marketing purposes.
The Marvels fans’ fury over the absence of footage is understandable, even though Marvel Studios undoubtedly has its set plans. The Marvels haven’t been revealed yet, save from a movie logo and a few set photographs.
It won’t be long before The Marvels are hinted at, given how much has already been shown for the Ant-Man and Guardians of the Galaxy sequels. The wait should have been well worth it when Marvel Studios starts to publicize The Marvels.