Captain Marvel is a superhero very similar to Superman who used to be a fighter pilot. Through an exposure of her genetics to Kree genetics she became a hybrid called Ms. Marvel after the name of the Kree warrior she had been exposed to, Captain Mar-Vell. The Kree were the race that appeared in the first Guardians of the Galaxy movie with Ronan serving as the example. Recently in the comics she took the name of Captain Marvel and it is this character that Marvel is making a movie for. The film has already restarted filming after it took a break. The main cast for the film are Brie Larson (Kong: Skull island, 21 Jump Street, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) as Captain Marvel, Jude Law as the original Mar-Vell, Ben Mendelsohn as the villain, as well as the more nostalgic characters of Nick Fury and Phil Coulson. Ronan the Accuser and Korath the Pursuer, the villains from the first Guardians of the Galaxy film, will also be returning. DeWanda Wise had initially joined the cast for Captain Marvel but left due to a scheduling conflict.
During the break in filming, fans were freaking out over a suit Larson wore which seemed to deviate from the original suit however they seemed to have jumped the gun with the actual designer saying that it was only in one part of the movie and the actual suit would look better. The premise for the film is that it will take place in the 90’s, well before any of the modern heroes (save for Ant-Man), and will take place during the Skrull-Kree War, a massive galactic civil war between two alien species. A report has been circulating which states that Captain Marvel will appear in the sequel to Avengers: Infinity Wars so we could have a sneak peak at the character soon. The current release date is March 6, 2019.
The film is being directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, a team of directors who’ve worked on a string of films and TV series previously but nothing very big. The screenplay is being written by Nicole Perlman (Guardians of the Galaxy), Meg LeFauve (Inside Out, The Good Dinosaur) and Geneva Robertson-Dworet (Tomb Raider). The film’s budget was listed on California’s Tax Credit Program at $118,571,000, a low number for the amount of money they’ve been putting into previous films.
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