Unlike the pictures that EW released 2 weeks ago, Captain Marvel's trailer officially broke the internet. There are already more than seven solid theories circulating Stan Twitter and at least fifty new trailer reactions and breakdowns on YouTube - and it's hardly been 72 hours since the trailer came out.
And with all the overwhelming amount of Easter Eggs and little details that everyone has been pointing out, I thought it'd be nice to list the most thought-provoking ones.
So here they are, top 3 thought-provoking details that you might've missed in the Captain Marvel trailer:
#1: Going Binary Links To Quantum Realm?
For those of you who aren't familiar with the comics, Carol Danvers (Captain Marvel) Has the genetic ability to absorb energy from powerful sources - including but not limited to other superheroes and villains - and use it against her enemies.
"Going Binary" is only a term for when she absorbs the maximum amount of energy possible and channels it all at once. (Which, if you couldn't guess, is extremely dangerous for whoever that's been annoying her.)
We see Carol go Binary at the end of the trailer, but the one thing that strikes us the most - apart from the fact that the scene is going to be EPIC - is how much her glowing form resembles the quantum energy from Ant Man And The Wasp.
We know that both the Quantum Realm and Captain Marvel are going to play a significant role in Avengers 4, so is there a possibility that Marvel has found a way to tie in the micro quantum world to the macro space world?
Let's accept, it could be true. I mean, we need someone to save Ant Man from the Quantum Realm!
#2: Is Hydra Involved In All Of The Skrull Drama?
Since Captain Marvel is set in the 90s (a time when S.H.I.E.L.D was still thought to be genuine), it's only obvious that we get at least one reference or mention of Hydra.
But this little glimpse at Carol's pilot costume suggests that Hydra might be a slight bit more involved than a vague shout-out.
If you take a careful look at the picture, the badge on her uniform has a squid on it. Which surprisingly, is very similar to Hydra's original logo, an octopus.
For all we know, the badge could be a more secretive and updated edition of the Hydra's original logo - which means that Hydra is probably more involved in this drama one way or the other.
#3: Captain Marvel Is The Renegade Solider?
"I know a renegade soldier when I see one."
We know for sure that young Nick Fury was referring to Captain Marvel, but dig into the surface and it's pretty much obvious that two-eyed Fury could've meant a lot of things by "Renegade Solider".
Was it because Carol decided to team up with humans in the middle of the Skrull-Kree war? Or was it because Carol betrayed Fury and the rest of S.H.I.E.L.D. at some point in the movie?
Can't say for sure, even though the latter would justify Fury's infamous line in Captain America: The Winter Solider; "The last time I trusted someone, I lost an eye."
It's possible that Fury trusted this badass lady who appeared to know what she was doing, and because in reality she was just a small piece of the big puzzle, Fury set his foot in the wrong zone and lost his eye.
Or it could be something else entirely.
What are your thoughts? I'm all up for the fan theories.