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Artist Posts Concept Art For Brie Larson’s CAPTAIN MARVEL

One thing that many fans are wondering about the upcoming Captain Marvel film with Brie Larson is how the title character will actually look in the film.

Conceptual artist Andy Park, who frequently works on Marvel films, has released his concept for Captain Marvel – and it looks pretty good:

We were already given the concept art for the villains of the film, The Skrulls (in addition to a blurry look at the Captain Marvel concept art).

The Skrulls are described as:

“an extraterrestrial humanoid race who have created a vast interstellar empire, the oldest known empire still in existence, within the Andromeda Galaxy.” They are described as “reptilian but have certain mammalian characteristics such as hair and (in females) mammary glands. Newborn are hatched from eggs but are nursed by their mothers. Skrulls have lifespan of about 210 Earth-years. Although they are intellectually on par with Earth beings, the elimination of their Normal strain millions of years ago means they no longer have the capacity for benevolent mutation. Hence the Skrulls have existed at their current level of evolution for million of years.”

The writer of the film, Nicole Perlman, said:

“I don’t think I’ve ever had a project where I’ve been more mindful about the impact that it could have and the importance of it. She’s such an incredibly kick-ass character and Kelly Sue DeConnick did a great run with her story arc recently. But here’s the thing, if you were just going to do a straight adaptation of the comics, her origin story is very similar to Green Lantern. And obviously, that’s not what we want to do. There’s a lot of reinvention that needs to happen. And also, she’s her own person and she’s a great character. We have to be aware of what’s happened in other Marvel film and makes sure that her particular storyline is unique and fun and also fits in within this world that’s going on at the same time. It’s a little bit of an interesting story gauntlet. It’s been good to have a partner. It’s been an incredible experience. If we can pull it off it could be an incredibly important but also really fun and kick-ass superhero film.”

Captain Marvel hits theaters March 9th, 2019.

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