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Captain Marvel Official Trailer Released!

Finally, the time has come for us to see a glimpse into the upcoming Captain Marvel movie set for 2019. Marvel Studios has yet again created some hype, and enthusiasm for fans building up to the premiere of the movie. Look out for this epic movie in theatres March 8, 2019.

The trailer does not disappoint and focuses on “Heros Origin.” Captain marvel’s memory seems hazy and the movie throws you back into the past where Captain Marvel crashes into a Blockbuster.

This movie stands to be action-packed as Fury, Samuel L. Jackson, mentions a space invasion and big car chase and I get the feeling this story does not begin on earth. Space travel is involved for sure.

If you keep up with the ‘Agents of Shield’ series you know what’s coming and the ties to Kree (bluish-green aliens) Phil Coulson, and earth’s alien invasion. If you haven’t watched the series I recommend you watch season five before you watch the movie, because it ties into this story. The Trailer gives a glimpse of a young Phil Coulson, Clark Gregg, (warms my heart) so you know he is in his prime and ready to fight.

Watch the series if you want a glimpse of the importance of Shields involvement and how they give the back story of the Kree; now streaming on Netflix.

“What Makes a Hero” is echoed in the trailer and today, it’s Brie Larson as Captain Marvel.

Watch the youtube Official Trailer shared by Marvel Studios.


Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLIFF) Kick Off November 2018

The Ft. Lauderdale Film Festival, FLIFF, is set for November. The opening film party will take place on Friday, Nov. 2 at the recently renovated Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Then, the Westin Ft. Lauderdale Beach Resort will feature a screening of Where the Boys Are.

Saturday, Nov. 17 will be an interesting day at Bailey Hall. In honor of the 20th anniversary of Pleasantville, starring Tobey Maguire, Reese Witherspoon, and Don Knotts in his final film, the afternoon screening of the film will feature a tribute to writer/director Gary Ross, who also directed Seabiscuit, The Hunger Games and Ocean’s 8.

The festivities end with a wrap party on Nov. 18, featuring a fairway screening of Caddyshack at the Ft. Lauderdale Country Club.

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