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06 September 2018, 07:58 | Silvia Roy
Brie Larson as Captain Marvel
We finally have our first official look at Brie Larson as Carol Danvers, a.k.a. Captain Marvel. While females have had supporting roles in the past, Brie Larson's role of the part-Kree, part-human pilot who made her comics debut back in 1968, will be a first. Larson dons the iconic costume on the cover of the new issue of Entertainment Weekly, which was unveiled Wednesday. Now fans can be relatively sure that the green and black costume is the Starforceuniform, while CaptainMarvel's costume, at some point, becomes almost identical to its comic book counterpart.
"Captain Marvel" lands in theaters everywhere on March 8, 2019. Could this be a hint that Maria might get superpowers of her own, or is this just a little Easter egg for hardcore Marvel fans to pick up on?
The Captain Marvel villain stands revealed as the first images from the movie have been released featuring Ben Mendelsohn as the leader of the alien shapeshifting race of reptilian creatures known as the Skrulls. Getting a glimpse at the film's aesthetic is one thing, but getting an understanding of the film's plotline from the pictures is an entirely different level of fandom - one we're here to encourage. She'll end up back on Earth, however, to take on the shapeshifting Skrulls, led by Ben Mendelsohn's Talos.
Brie Larson had teased on Tuesday night about how she meant to break the Internet with Entertainment Weekly aiding and abetting.
It's also been strongly hinted that we will see a young Nick Fury and other characters from what will be 18 years ago.
This batch of photos is quite revealing, considering that we haven't had too much to go on prior to this in regards to the Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck co-directed MCU entry. However, the film, set in the mid-90s, will not follow Danvers' origin story and will begin after she acquires her powers - after meeting with the Kree alien named Mar-Vell.
Starring Academy Award-winning actress Brie Larson, Captain Marvel marks the first time that an MCU film will star a female character in the lead role. We also see Korath the Pursuer (Djimon Hounsou) and Ronan the Accuser (Lee Pace), both of whom had previously appeared in Guardians of the Galaxy.
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