Punch the old-lady Skrull as she pops in to the Captain Marvel official webpage.
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Bear in mind the web sites of the 1990s? Rainbow textual content! Flashing lights! Blinking textual content and Comedian Sans! Guestbooks and hit counters and dancing infants! Slip again into the period of slap bracelets and clear cola if you go to the official Marvel web site for the upcoming Captain Marvel characteristic movie.
The film, about Carol Danvers and her super-powered alter ego, is, partly as a result of Marvel’s by no means finished that earlier than. “It permits us to play in an space that we’ve got by no means performed in earlier than, and tapping right into a ’90s motion style was enjoyable for us,” Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige advised the Toronto Solar.
So the web site completely executes the theme, trying like a Lisa Frank Trapper Keeper threw up on it. Scroll down and play the “guess the Skrull sport.” Look ahead to the shape-shifting old-lady bus passenger from the trailer to point out up and see in the event you can punch her. Learn by way of the oh-so-’90s guestbook, which is full of decade-appropriate mentions of dancing infants, Y2K and even an “all of your base are belong to us” point out. (Children, ask the closest outdated particular person.)
Replace, Sunday eight:50 a.m. PT: There is a hidden Stan Lee cameo within the mound of black on the backside! To seek out him, transfer your cursor round about 2 inches or so from the underside of the web page and he’ll seem in all his glory.
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Captain Marvel stars Brie Larson, Jude Regulation and Samuel L. Jackson and is due out March eight within the US and UK, and March 7 in Australia.