Tessa Thompson's Valkyrie Confirmed for 'The Marvels' in New Trailer

Marvel fans anticipate a cinematic masterpiece in "The Marvels."

by Nouman Rasool
Tessa Thompson's Valkyrie Confirmed for 'The Marvels' in New Trailer
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In a thrilling revelation, the final trailer for "The Marvels" has officially confirmed the highly-anticipated appearance of Tessa Thompson's Valkyrie. The excitement unfolded during the broadcast of "Monday Night Football" on ABC and ESPN, leaving fans buzzing with anticipation.

The inclusion of Valkyrie, known for her role in the "Thor" franchise, had been the subject of fervent fan speculation, especially given her previous collaboration with "The Marvels" director Nia DaCosta in the critically acclaimed 2018 film "Little Woods." "The Marvels" represents the latest offering from the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and is set to hit U.S.

theaters this Friday. The film boasts a formidable trio of heroes: Carol Danvers, also known as Captain Marvel, portrayed by the talented Oscar winner Brie Larson; Monica Rambeau, brought to life by Teyonah Parris; and Kamala Khan, the beloved Ms.

Marvel played by Iman Vellani. The newly unveiled trailer provides a thrilling glimpse into the film's plot, revisiting the epic battles against Thanos, including a memorable sequence where the MCU's super-women unite in support of Captain Marvel.

It also sets the stage for the trio as they confront a formidable new adversary, the Kree revolutionary Dar-Benn, portrayed by the talented Zawe Ashton.

Valkyrie's Electrifying Entrance

The trailer's tagline, "Be there for the moment that changes everything," underscores the high-stakes nature of the film.

It is in this electrifying moment that Tessa Thompson's Valkyrie makes her grand entrance, delivering a powerful message to Captain Marvel: "You can stand tall without standing alone." As the excitement builds, Samuel L.

Jackson's iconic Nick Fury tantalizingly hints at another surprise, proclaiming, "They're here." The question on everyone's mind is, who could Fury be referring to? The possibility of "The Marvels" setting the stage for the A-Force, a Marvel comic book series featuring an all-female Avengers team, has piqued the interest of fans.

This series, initially published in 2015 as part of the "Secret Wars" crossover event before integrating into the main storyline, has generated considerable speculation. With "Avengers: Secret Wars" slated for 2027 as the culmination of Marvel's "Multiverse Saga," fans are left to wonder which elements from the comics might find their way into the cinematic universe.

"The Marvels" boasts a stellar ensemble cast, including Gary Lewis, Seo-Jun Park, Zenobia Shroff, Mohan Kapur, and Saagar Shaikh. Behind the scenes, Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige takes on the role of producer for the film, which marks the 33rd title in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Executive producers Louis D'Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Mary Livanos, and Matthew Jenkins contribute their expertise, while the screenplay, penned by Nia DaCosta, Megan McDonnell, and Elissa Karasik, promises a thrilling cinematic experience for fans and newcomers alike.