Brie Larson who is famous for playing the role of Captain Marvel in the Marvel Cinematic Universe made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. The actress gave fans in insight into the process of her casting and film premiere and she she felt about being Captain Marvel- one of the strongest characters in MCU.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is full of heroes, but a few stand out as very powerful. Leading the charge is Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel, who is expected to return to the big screen with Nia DaCosta’s The Marvels.
BRIE LARSON AS CAPTAIN MARVEL
Brie Larson was first introduced in the movie “Captain Marvel” were she plays the role of Caller Danvers aka Captain Marvel. According to some sources, the sequel of the movie is already in the making. Brie was last seen as Captain Marvel in Avengers: The Endgame after which Marvel has been coming out with several mini series/films focusing on characters like Black Widow played by Scarlett Johansson or WandaVision played by Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany. Marvel’s most recent instalment is Hawkeye based on Clint’s character.
BRIE LARSON ON JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE
Brie made an appearance on the talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live hosted by Jimmy Kimmel himself. She gave fans an insight into her journey as Captain Marvel in the movies. When asked how she felt when she first became Captain Marvel, she replied “I was always the Captain.” That made fans cheer out loud for her coolness. She also talked about the hard training she is undergoing to be perfect to play Captain Marvel.
WHEN WILL BRIE RETURN AS CAPTAIN MARVEL?
The new movie Marvels falls towards the end of Marvel Fourth Phase, to be released after the Black Panther in November 2022: Wakanda Forever. In 2022 there will also be a continuation of the episodes of Dr. Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Thor (Chris Hemsworth) in the form of a Strange Doctor in the various Madness and Thor: Love and Thunder.
Monitors Galaxy Vol. 3 and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania will release after The Marvels in 2023. These programs form the studio’s slightly aggressive release strategy, with the first plan to release four films a year reduced to three.