Brie Larson : Call me Captain Marvel

Yupp..! She wasn’t just saying it, Marvel has fixed Brie Larson in Captain Marvel for the role of Carol Danvers. The news first broke out on July 23 at Comic Con in San Diego.

Brie confirmed the news on twitter and her fans got crazy after this revelation. Though there had been a lot of speculations from before, Marvel’s and Larson’s confirmation took the fans of Marvel universe on fire. The news has been trending high on twitter, facebook and other social media sites, ever since.


Well the story about the creation of Captain Marvel is that the character Carol Danvers is an air force pilot, who after meeting an accident, has her DNA infused with that of an alien. This results in her  super powers which are mainly flight, energy protection and superhuman strength.

Though the movie still has to announce who is the director, screenplay writer will be Meg LeFauve and Nicole Perlman and will be produced by Kevin Feige.

The movie is set to hit theaters on March 8, 2019. It will be the first Marvel production bringing up a Female superhero in the main lead.



Now the character of Carol Danvers, is that of a total control freak. She can fly and shoot rays and beams from her hands due to the infused alien DNA. With the wits of Tony Stark and the swag of Chuck Yeager, this girl is a complete badass. According to the books she is aligned both with the Avengers and the Guardians of Galaxy.

Brie Larson was able to hold her uniqueness and identity, even while sharing the screen with intimidating personalities like Amy Schumer and Jonah Hill. She has a strong and attractive woman which is what the character of Captain Marvel is all about.


The ROOM actress has demonstrated how she will be able to give an emotional touch to her role from her acting in some short films and series, thus adding some innovation in it. With her recent success rates and constant delivery of hit roles, she will be able to work beautifully even with all the pressure that comes her way due to this character. With the changing scenarios of the box office where butt kicking female characters like Katniss in Hunger Games, Natasha in Avengers, etc., are doing wonders for the industry, Captain Marvel could be a big development. With both the DC and Marvel World, changing their perception towards superheroines with the launch of Wonder Woman and Captain Marvel projects, it will be interesting to find out the response of masses after watching.

Larson is also known for selecting only robust roles. Which is significant for a Marvel hero, who is a lot more than just a spandex suit. Current Captain Marvel writer believes that Larson will do wonders with the character and she might be the best of all the female heroes ever encountered.



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