Captain Marvel Stars Reunite in Brie Larson's Unicorn Store Trailer

'Everybody needs some magic in their lives, even if they're all grown up, ' Kit says, giving the movie its tagline at the end of the trailer.

After the premiere of their big Marvel movie team-up, Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson join forces again in the first Unicorn Store trailer for Larson's Netflix film, which marks her directorial feature debut. After being kicked out of art school, she has to move back home with her parents and work at a temp job.

Unicorn Store "is a love letter to everyone's inner child and a reminder that no dream is impossible", the film's Netflix description reads.

Just what exactly does this store have on offer?

In one scene, Kit and Virgil are eating at a diner when he asks: 'Tell me, where does this unicorn come from?' and she says matter-of-factly: 'Oh, the unicorn store'. Her decision to buy the unicorn doesn't sit well with her parents, played by Joan Cusack and Bradley Whitford, who wonder why she can't just get a puppy and grow up. She then decides to build a home that's "worthy" of the mythical creature.

"Do you think this is some kind of joke?" "Behold, we sell what you need".

"I thought it was purely an allegory to me that I could just project my own things on to", she continued. "You're always like, 'Why don't you have a boyfriend?' Or, 'Why aren't you just more like Kevin?'" Ready to put her childhood behind her, she accepts an invitation to a store where a mysterious salesman (Samuel L. Jackson) presents her with the opportunity to obtain her greatest childhood desire: a unicorn.

Kit admits in voiceover in the Unicorn Store trailer that she doesn't know how to be a normal adult, and that she understands her parents think she's "insane".

Take a look at the whimsical trailer for Unicorn Store above. Unfortunately, it wasn't sunshine, sprinkles, and unanimous L-O-V-E for Larson's directorial debut.

The movie has had a long road to release - it had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival two years ago, but will bow on Netflix this April 5. It received dismal reviews and was buried pretty quickly.