Brie Larson hinted about The Marvels has Started production. In 2019’s Captain Marvel, the actress makes her MCU debut as Air Force pilot Carol Danvers. Despite mixed reviews from viewers, the film got mostly good reviews from critics and went on to gross more than $1.1 billion at the box office, making it one of nine MCU films to do so. As a result, a sequel was a foregone conclusion, and The Marvels is currently in production. The film will be released in the second half of next year.
The Captain Marvel sequel will have many heroes with the word “Marvel” in their names, as the title suggests. Larson will, of course, reprise her role as the eponymous hero, but her very own superfan, Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani), will also appear in the film following her debut in the upcoming Disney+ series Ms. Marvel. Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris), who initially appeared like a youngster in Captain Marvel and recently gained powers in Disney+’s WandaVision, which aired earlier this year, will also return. The sequel has enlisted Nia DeCosta to helm this trio of heroes, who is now hot off the heels of her work on Candyman, which will be released later this month.
There isn’t much else known about The Marvels right now, but Larson had an opportunity to correct that during her recent visit on the Jess Cagle show when she was questioned about the next Marvel project. Larson kept her mouth shut, leaving hosts Jess Cagle and Julia Cunningham with a vague, albeit “juicy,” hint about the film’s mysteries.
Larson is no stranger to Marvel’s rigorous code of secrecy since The Marvels is her second solo picture and her third MCU film overall. She wasn’t about to break it here and divulge anything she shouldn’t have. It’s tough to say what secrets she’s talking to with so little information, although there have been a few speculations about the film’s antagonists recently, which might be what Larson is alluding to here. Zawe Ashton was allegedly chosen as the primary antagonist, but fresh evidence suggests Jude Law will also reprise his role as Yon-Rogg. Larson, on the other hand, appeared to be hinting at something far greater.
The MCU has a lot of intriguing things going for it after Black Widow, which saw Yelena Belova put her sights on Hawkeye, and Loki, which saw Sylvie apparently construct the cosmos. This picture will undoubtedly shift dramatically between now and the release of The Marvels, given that there are six MCU films and several Disney+ series to come before then. The “juicy” mysteries of Captain Marvel 2 will undoubtedly be hinted at in Ms. Marvel, which will premiere early next year and will be linked to The Marvels.
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