The much-anticipated Captain Marvel has reportedly wrapped its filming today.
Actress Brie Larson bade goodbye to “Carol Danvers” with a special photo from the set, which has gone viral over the weekend in various social media platforms. However, the movieweb.com said that apart from the photo – which showed the movie slate signed by the cast members and production crew – Larson has kept mum on further details on Captain Marvel.
Larson is currently dubbed as the next Robert Downey Jr. for this much-awaited film.
Captain Marvel is expected to be out in theaters in March 2019.
Younger Samuel L. Jackson?
In a recent report published by the Digital Spy, Samuel L Jackson and fellow actor Clark Gregg will be “de-aged” in the entire film.
“I think having the option is pretty amazing. And I think having the technology and even without spoiling anything, Sam Jackson is shooting a movie for us right now [Captain Marvel] that takes, where he’s entirely 25 years younger the whole movie,” Marvel’s top guy Kevin Feige in a report.
Digital Spy said that while this is interesting, it “also invites scrutiny.”
Marvel fans are already on a guessing game on how Captain Marvel will fit its cinematic field.
“So far, all attention has been on the question of how this film relates to Avengers: Infinity War and next year’s Avengers 4. There’s a reason Marvel slotted this movie in between the two Avengers films, and the post-credits sequence of Avengers: Infinity War clearly set Carol Danvers up to play an important role in the MCU’s future,” said ScreenRant.com.
Fans have various theories on Captain Marvel’s seeming absence in the previous Marvel franchise films.
CBR said, “Since the character is known to operate in the far reaches of space, most fans assumed that the character has been away somewhere deep in the cosmos, and that she will return in her time of need. But what if that’s not the case at all? What if the character is instead connected to the Quantum Realm? It’s certainly possible, especially given what we just learned about the microscopic realm in Ant-Man and the Wasp.”
Various fan-made posters are also circulating online.