Captain Marvel is one of the most anticipated films to date, maybe only behind Avengers: Endgame. The origin film, set in 1995, will give us our first real look at the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s most powerful hero. Carol Danvers will also become the anchor of the MCU moving into Phase 4, ushering in a whole new era of heroes for years to come. Now, thanks to a Behind The Scenes video making the rounds in some theaters, we’re getting another look at the upcoming film.
Thanks to some fans on Twitter, we’ve got a look at the Noovie BTS video playing in Cinemark theaters. Noovie is the company that plays the ads and videos before the trailers and film actually starts at the theater. They even offer interactive A.R. phone games. The clip shown is not of the whole video, and not exactly clear, but it does show some scenes not in the trailers, mainly Danvers escaping whatever upside down contraption she’s locked in.
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We also get some interview segments with Marvel Studios head, Kevin Feige, and Captain Marvel star, Brie Larson. While the clip only catches the end of what Feige has to say (speaking on how Captain Marvel will indeed lead the MCU moving forward),
“Captain Marvel is about to take the lead and be the forefront of the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe.”
We also get to hear Larson talk about how great of a character Danvers truly is.
“The idea that we can have a symbol that represents strength and humility and compassion, that feels invaluable. It’s incredibly difficult but everyone is so loving and supportive that everyday has felt fun. I think that’s what makes for the magic you see on screen.”
Back in June, Feige said the movie was “meant to introduce people to Carol Danvers. The footage shown highlighted her as a character and talked about how she would become the new face and leader of the Marvel Cinematic Universe while talking a little bit about her powers and how powerful of a character she is.”
There is still some mystery with this film, including who exactly Jude Law is playing, but as we’re less than 3 months away from its release, I think we can all wait just a tad longer, then go see Captain Marvel in theaters, March of 2019.
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