One power from the comics not seen in the trailer is flight. Brie Larson stars in the film as Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel. In the post-credits sequence of "Avengers: Infinity War", Sgt. Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) was sending a text message to Captain Marvel when he (SPOILER) dissolved.
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The explanation is this: one of the villains in the movie could well be a shape-shifting being known as a "Skrull". A lot of people loved Captain Marvel punching an old woman in the face, though some were perplexed. When the two eventually met Rocket Raccoon from Guardians of the Galaxy, he attempted to kill Chewie, correctly identifying it as part of the unsafe alien species known the Flerken.
The Captain Marvel poster also had a special furry addition - Carol's "cat" Chewie.
Though Captain Marvel insisted Chewie was just a regular house cat, Chewie eventually laid over a hundred eggs, letting the cats out of the bag. The Flerken have the ability to shoot tentacles out of their mouths and hide miniature pocket realities of contained space and time inside their bodies. Instead, we'll meet Larson's Carol Danvers as a super-powered being when the movie begins, and then flash back to important events in her life later.