Marvel Cinematic Universe’s solo film Captain Marvel stars Brie Larson will officially start its production from the February 2018. Earlier it was stated by Kevin Feige that the film would begin production in the February despite the originally slated for January. And it seems that Marvel’s President was confident about his claim.
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As per the report from Omega Underground, originally Marvel Studio had been planning on filming Captain Marvel in Atlanta city. If you don’t know, Atlanta is the city where Marvel Studio had film the Avengers: Infinity War and now currently filming the Avengers 4. But because of the new tax incentives in California, they were moving production to Los Angeles where the film will be shot.
According to Kevin Feign, Captain Marvel will be the end of the MCU’s Phase Three. He also stated that the movie will tie-in into Avengers 4 and then becomes a major player in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 4.
“Really, the focus is on delivering Captain Marvel and then bringing its story into the final of everything we’ve started thus far.”
Brie will be seen as playing MCU’s first female Superhero character. The film will be set in the 1990’s which will cover some of the Kree-Skrull war mythology featuring Nick Fury in a co-starring role and the Skrulls will be the main antagonist of the film. Rogue One’s Ben Mendelsohn is in the talks for the main villain of the film as Skrulls leader but not confirmed.
Captain Marvel is set to release on March 8th, 2019 right before the Marvel’s biggest MCU film, the Avengers 4 which will be releasing in the same year but on May 3rd.
Source: Omega Underground