MCU Stars React To The First Captain Marvel Trailer

Superhero fans’ minds were blown yesterday when the first trailer for Captain Marvel landed. But it wasn’t just the fans who were left excited to see Brie Larson’s heroine make her impact on the Marvel universe. A number of MCU stars also shared their reactions to the teaser on social media, and everyone seems to love it.

First off, from one Captain to another, Steve Rogers himself, Chris Evans, posted the trailer alongside some emojis which told us it’d blown his mindThor: Ragnarok‘s Tessa Thompson, meanwhile, sent a message to Brie Larson by quoting the preview and telling her, “You are my HER-O.” Guardians of the Galaxy star Pom Klementieff also revealed that the trailer had given her “goosebumps,” while Samuel L. Jackson probably steals the award for the best reaction. Referencing the fact that he’s in Captain Marvel himself, the Nick Fury actor said: “She’s coming & I get to hang out with her!!”

You can see all the reactions in the gallery below:

These Marvel stars responses to the trailer likely predict how awed the heroes will be when Captain Marvel arrives to help them in their fight against Thanos in Avengers 4. The final moments of Infinity War saw Nick Fury call Carol Danvers back into action before he was turned to dust by the Mad Titan’s finger snap of doom. Though things seemed bleak, those shots of the heroine brimming with energy in the trailer should make Thanos think twice before going up against Iron Man and co. again.

It’s likely that all of those that tweeted about Captain Marvel‘s trailer will share scenes with Larson in Avengers 4, too. After all, a group photo of many of the MCU’s leading ladies went viral last year and included Larson, Thompson and Klementieff alongside Scarlet Johansson, Evangeline Lilly and Zoe Saldana, among others. Of course, this sparked a huge call for Marvel to make an all-female team-up movie at some point in Phase Four.

Let’s not get ahead of ourselves just yet, though. First of all, Captain Marvel has to make her debut in her own solo film, which she’ll finally do on March 8th.