Marvel Studios's first single-female pelota superhero movie is just 9 days old Captain Marvel wear is real The person who feels right now is the winner of the Academy Award-winning film, Brie Larson.
Marvel Studios is an experience that has become the newest hero, a process, and a star Samuel L. Jackson he is happy to browse. In the latest episode of Entertainment Weekly, the couple talked about their individual and interactive experiences at MCU.
EW: You've talked about how to change the size and scale Captain Marvel You still do not feel real. Has that changed?
LARSON: You have short moments. As we did in Singapore, I felt something a little bit wrong. But I feel sorry to have a channel for some symbols. I am not confessed. I do not believe people make emotionally or emotionally about this character or movie that has nothing to do with me.
JACKSON: You know, you'll have some great moments now. Whenever you go, it will be "Ah! Captain Marvel, ah!"
LARSON: But it's important for me to be, "I'm not the captain of Marvel. I'm not."
JACKSON: I know But do not worry. As long as you meet, it is okay. You understand that you are one of the many characters you played or played in your life, and you are grateful.
LARSON: I do it I appreciate more than I feel. I thought I was shaken with this process. Instead, I feel more strange, and today we have a dream like a strange one. More than I am interested in, I thought that my incubator could not handle it.
And perhaps our favorites reveal the path to collaboration between Larson and Jackson.
LARSON: I have to have a lighthouse! He set me 4 at the time, and I cried. It was very nice. I want to be a Jedi.
We would also like Brie, we'd do too much.
First "public" screening Captain Marvel It happened in Los Angeles and, until now, the reactions are very positive. Everyone loves the Goose cat, everyone loves them Ben Mendelsohn, and everyone with the good LOVE Brie Larson. (Here you can read about the first reactions.)
Anna Boden (the first female conductor of Marvel Studios, only received 21 films) Ryan Fleck These are guided by scripts written by scripts Liz Flahive, Carly Mensch, Meg LeFauve, Nicole Perlman, and Geneva Robertson-Dworet.
Captain Marvel Oscar winner, Brie Larson, Carol Danvers, Samuel L. Jackson Nick Fury, Commandant of Jude Law Starforce (whether or not he can have two names), Clark Gregg Like Phil Coulson, Lee Pace Ronan The Accuser's return, Djimon Hounsou Korath the Pursuer, Gemma Chan From Erva, as Ben Mendelsohn of Skull Commander Talos, Lashana Lynch Like Maria Rambeau, Algenis Pérez Soto, McKenna Grace, and Annette Bening as still unmistakable role.
Captain Marvel March 8, 2019 (International Women's Day) is set to go to theaters and tickets are now on sale.
(Last update February 28, 2016 at 12:02 p.m. )