After encountering the Kree hero, Captain Marvel, Carol Danvers was accidently subjected to otherworldly radiation that transformed her into a superhuman warrior. What we also know is that Captain Marvel's origin is different from the comics, but by how much remains to be seen.
We'll probably find out well before Captain Marvel's March 8, 2019 release date and the movie should begin production in February. The book, written by Roger Stern and drawn by both John Romitas, introduced Marvel Comics readers to an all-new character named Monica Rambeau, who took on the then-abandoned alias of Captain Marvel.
In addition to Larson and Wise, the film also stars Jude Law, Ben Mendelsohn from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and another Star Wars veteran, Samuel L. Jackson, who will reprise his Marvel Cinematic Universe role as Nick Fury. With the power to transform herself into any form of energy within the electromagnetic spectrum, her versatile abilities have allowed her to fight alongside Marvel's most powerful.
Could Wise maybe bring Monica Rambeau to life? Ryan Coogler's Black Panther is arguably one of the most anticipated Marvel movies since Avengers. There is no word on what her role will be, but there has been some speculation about who it could be.
A previously released description for Captain Marvel offered: The superhero film will be set in the 90s, and the Skrulls, alien shape-shifters, will be the primary antagonists.
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