If you’re fans of a bloomin’ good blockbuster (and who isn’t really?), whip out those pens and take note of March 7th, AKA the release of Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel.
If the 7th couldn’t come soon enough, you’re in luck – we’re running a comp to give out 50 x double passes to a pre-screening of the latest Marvel flick on March 6th at the Entertainment Quarter in Sydney.
In the form above, tell us who the female superhero is in your life and why, and you could nab one of those double passes for you and a mate.
We’ll also be hosting a Q&A before the screening with some of Australia‘s most influential women who continue to break the mould. You’ll have a chance to pick their brains before you launch yourself into the Marvel Cinematic Universe to watch Brie Larson‘s Captain Marvel/Carol Danvers absolutely dominate a bunch of villainous aliens. At least, we assume there’s some sort of alien shenanigans going on, surely?
The plot of Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel has naturally been kept under tight wraps because hello, it’s Marvel, but from what we know so far though, Carol Danvers awakes in the ’90s, unsure of what happened in her past but pretty darn sure she’s one of the universe’s most powerful superheroes who continues to go higher, further and faster.
The flick sees Samuel L. Jackson reprising his role as Nick Fury while everyone’s celeb crush from the 2000’s, Jude Law, will be playing The Starforce Commander.
There’s still a lot of mystery surrounding that futuristic pager that was seen at the end of the last Avengers movie, but because Nick Fury himself was using it, we have a sneaking suspicion Captain Marvel’s on the receiving end. We tell ya, Marvel has so many secrets it’s impossible to keep up.
Have a squiz at the Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel trailer below to get yourself amped all over again:
Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel hits cinemas on March 7th but fingers crossed you win tix to the pre-screening on March 6th – either way, March is gonna be a belter of a month.
You can get pre-release tickets for the nationwide screenings right here.Image: Supplied