At the tail end of the massive Marvel panel on Saturday night, Marvel President Kevin Feige gathered the immense talents from his upcoming casts of movies such as Black Panther, Doctor Strange, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Spider-Man: Homecoming for a group photo. But before he could take the shot, he said they needed one more member of the MCU family, and they introduced Room star Brie Larson as Captain Marvel. It was an awesome moment, though too brief for our tastes. So we met with Feige to ask him for more.
After the panel, CinemaBlend was lucky enough to interview Kevin Feige, and I asked that if he had more time on Hall H, what else would he have told us about Captain Marvel, and the Oscar winning actress who just joined the MCU. Feige gushed about a talent who he feels is perfect for the role, telling us:
It goes without saying that the casting of Robert Downey Jr. was a risk at the time, and an unlimited reward ever since. He has been a rock-solid foundation on which to build, and seeing the talents gathered on stage in Hall H tonight, it really is mindblowing the caliber of actor who is fighting to work with Marvel. Black Panther has the likes of Michael B. Jordan and Lupita Nyong'o. Thor: Ragnarok has Cate Blanchett and Jeff Goldblum. Spider-Man will fight Michael Keaton, and Kurt Russell is in the Guardians. And yes, Brie Larson is an Oscar winner.
We do have quite some time until Brie Larson will PLAY Carol Danvers in a Captain Marvel movie. Marvels Studios has the film down for 2019, and a lot can change between now and then. But that's why Kevin Feige thought Brie Larson would be perfect for the role. What do YOU think?
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