Entertainment Weekly revealed ten exclusive images from the much awaited film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe on Wednesday, along with the cover of its September issue, which features Brie in her full superhero costume.
EW dropped the first official images from the Captain Marvel movie today, and one of them was the debut of what the MCU's Skrulls are all about. It doesn't look like that make-up allows for a very expressive face, but their design is pretty loyal to the comics.
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Captain Marvel is one of the most anticipated films of 2019, and for good reason. They're strolling in from the ocean, which makes us wonder if they crashed a ship, arrived via submarine, or were just taking a leisurely swim before getting their asses kicked by Captain Marvel.
Captain Marvel is the first female superhero from MCU. "Captain Marvel" is set for release in March 2019, and producer Nate Moore recently gave fans an insight into what they should expect from the film, saying it won't be like the typical origin story. With Kevin Feige saying the film takes cues from '90s action movies like Terminator 2: Judgment Day, that sounds right to us. Jude Law (Mar-vell) is the leader of the Kree military squad, Starforce, which Larson eventually joins.
When do you think we'll see the first trailer for Captain Marvel? . Samuel L Jackson reprises his role as Nick Fury before he lost his eye and is digitally de-aged. With the end of Infinity War teasing us further, fans have been chomping at the bit to see more from Carol Danvers, played by Brie Larson.
Captain Marvel - real name Carol Danvers - gains her powers after her DNA is spliced with that of a Kree warrior, an galactic race of beings, during an explosion. Reprising their roles from Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy are Djimon Hounsou and Lee Pace, and returning once again to a Marvel Studios film will be Clark Gregg as Agent Phil Coulson. The story focuses on Captain Marvel's journey as she tries to save Earth, which is caught between an intergalactic battle between two alien worlds.