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unveiled the first trailer with Emilia Clarke and Olivia Colman. The Skrulls are back!

At Expo D23 in Los Angeles has officially started the panel dedicated to the next titles of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Among the many innovations presented to the public, the first trailer of Secret Invasionthe …

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At Expo D23 in Los Angeles has officially started the panel dedicated to the next titles of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Among the many innovations presented to the public, the first trailer of Secret Invasionthe series that will bring one of the House of Ideas’ most popular comic book stories to the small screen for the first time with a cast that includes high-profile new entries such as Emilia Clarke And Olivia Colman.

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The video shows us the two characters played by the two actresses alongside old acquaintances such as Samuel L. Jacksonwho returns to play Nick Fury, Cobie Smuldersface of Maria Hill e Don Cheadle, again as James Rhodes. The cast also boasts old and new names such as Ben Mendelsohn, Christopher McDonald, Carmen Ejogo, Kingsley Ben-Adir, Killian Scott And Martin Freeman.

Here is the official synopsis for Secret Invasion:

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Secret Invasion is an upcoming series on Disney+ starring Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury and Ben Mendelsohn as Skrull Talos, characters who first met in Captain Marvel. The series is a crossover event that shows a faction of shape-shifting Skrulls who have infiltrated Earth for years.

Episodes of the new Marvel series will be directed by the directing duo of Thomas Bezucha And Ali Selim. Behind the script we rather find the hand of Kyle Bradstreetwho became known for his work with Mister Robot. Breadstreet will also appear as an executive producer alongside Kevin Feigewell-known boss of Marvel Studios.

Secret Invasion will arrive on Disney+ in the spring of 2023. In the meantime, enjoy the first official trailer!

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