Marvel has come a long way with the superhero movies, and today, we’ll be discussing its latest movie release, Captain Marvel. Fans have been waiting for Captain Marvel to be adapted into a movie since a long, long time and it has finally happened.
I must say, I’ve been impressed with what we’ve seen of the movie, and I think those who plan on watching it feel the same way. However, the movie isn’t out yet, and in this post, we’ll be talking about Captain Marvel’s release, plot and much more.
Before we begin, I want to let you all know that this post contains a bunch of spoilers from the movie. If you don’t want to get spoiled, I suggest that you stop reading the post here. However, if spoilers don’t bother you, we can get started.
So when exactly is Captain Marvel coming out? The movie is set to come to cinemas on March 8, 2019, which isn’t far away at all. Fans have endured a pretty long wait for this movie, and they’ll finally be able to watch it later this week.
Interestingly, March 8 is also International Women’s Day, and you can see why they chose this date for the movie, really. We’ve got quite a bunch of trailers for the movie out so far, and if you haven’t checked them out so far, you can do so below.
Here’s the available cast for the movie:
Brie Larson is Carol Danvers, aka Captain Marvel
Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury, digitally de-aged to be younger
Jude Law is a mystery role, maybe Mar-Vell
Ben Mendelsohn is Talos, a Skrull leader
Gemma Chan is Minn-Erva, a Kree doctor
Lee Pace as Ronan the Accuser, a Kree zealot last-seen in Guardians of the Galaxy
Clark Gregg is Phil Coulson, a SHIELD agent, digitally de-aged like Jackson
Lashana Lynch is Monica Rambeau, one of Carol’s air force comrades
Annette Bening is a Kree mystery role
McKenna Grace is young Carol Danvers