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Kevin Feige Reveals Nick Fury’s Important Role In Captain Marvel   

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has come a long way since it began its journey with Iron Man back in 2008. This year is Marvel’s 10th Year Anniversary and by the end of this year, Marvel will have released 20 movies related to this gigantic shared Universe that has established itself extremely well over the span of 10 years. Marvel is already the biggest brand in Hollywood now and the 18th movie, Black Panther which came out recently has already pushed Marvel past $14 Billion at the worldwide Box Office. Marvel is going to begin 2019 with its first-ever female lead Superhero, Captain Marvel.

Captain Marvel was announced at Comic-Con 2016, and the president of Marvel, Kevin Feige revealed a lot of details about the movie even back then and he announced Brie Larson as Captain Marvel for the MCU. Here’s what he said:

“All of the Marvel characters have flaws to them, all of them have a deep humanity to them. With Captain Marvel, she is as powerful a character as we’ve ever put in a movie. Her powers are off the charts, and when she’s introduced, she will be by far the strongest character we’ve ever had. It’s important, then, to counterbalance that with someone who feels real. She needs to have a humanity to tap into, and Brie can do that.”

At Comic-Con 2017, Feige revealed many more details about the movie as Nick Fury was confirmed to be back for this movie and is going to have his “both eyes open” as the movie will be set in the 90s. Along with Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson, Jude Law is going to be a part of the movie and he is going to play the character of Mar-Vell, who would probably be the Captain of the Kree Army. Also, along with these three actors, Ben Mendelsohn and DeWanda Wise also have significant undisclosed roles in the movie. Feige shared that Captain Marvel will be based upon the Kree-Skrull wars, and the Skrulls are going to be the main villains of the movie. Here’s what he said:

“All of the Marvel characters have flaws to them, all of them have a deep humanity to them. With Captain Marvel, she is as powerful a character as we’ve ever put in a movie. Her powers are off the charts, and when she’s introduced, she will be by far the strongest character we’ve ever had. It’s important, then, to counterbalance that with someone who feels real. She needs to have a humanity to tap into, and Brie can do that.”

Now, Feige has come out, and revealed some more details about the upcoming solo Female Superhero centered flick. He talked about how Nick Fury, who told Tony Stark that he has become a part of a much larger Universe, will be important for Captain Marvel, as this movie will dive into his past as well. Here’s what he said:

“We wanted to explore a period before Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury had any idea about any of the other heroes and crazy stuff going on in the world. You know, we first met Nick when he told Tony, ‘You’re part of a big universe. You just don’t know yet.’ Well, we want to go back to a time when he didn’t know it yet, and really showcase and announce that Carol Danvers was that first hero that Nick came across. That meant she could be the singular hero, but place it within timing of the [Marvel Cinematic Universe]. It also got us talking about different genres, exploring this notion of sort of the ‘90s action film. We hadn’t necessarily done anything like that before either, so there are definitely homages to our favorite ‘90s action films within Captain Marvel.”

By the looks of what he is saying, Captain Marvel is going to be really huge, and she will probably be the strongest Superhero Marvel has ever put out. Following the success of Wonder Woman which was the first really great Female Superhero centered movie, and combining it with the brand image of Marvel, the first Captain Marvel movie will surely do wonders, and Brie Larson along with Samuel L Jackson will be at the center of it all. Captain Marvel will open on March 6, 2019.

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