With Ant-Man and The Wasp now in theaters, we only have one more solo Marvel Cinematic Universe adventure before it all comes to a head with Avengers 4. That film is Captain Marvel, and it looks like some significant progress has been made towards finishing the movie. Specifically, the film just wrapped production, and Brie Larson posted a picture to celebrate the completion of the filming process and get fans excited about what's coming. Check out the photo, below!

One specific thing worth noting about this particular image posted by Brie Larson is the fact that it looks like Captain Marvel is really going all in on the space elements of the 1990s-set MCU movie. We've known for quite some time that the film would lean into the cosmic aspect of the character's lore (notably the Kree-Skrull War), and this art (while pretty much entirely devoid of plot details) shows us continued emphasis on space and Carol Danvers' interstellar adventures. The Marvel Cinematic Universe has become bolder and more brazen in its sci-fi ideas with each passing phase, and it genuinely seems like Captain Marvel could end up as one of the boldest MCU movies yet in that regard.

Not to be outdone by his leading lady, Captain Marvel director Ryan Fleck (who is sharing directing duties with Anna Boden) similarly took to social media to celebrate the completion of the film's principal photography. Check out his post, below!

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The arrival of Brie Larson as Carol Danvers in Captain Marvel has become one of the most highly-anticipated elements of the entire Phase 3 slate. The actress was announced as Captain Marvel all the way back in 2016 near the debut of Captain America: Civil War and many have wondered what her take on the comic book badass will ultimately look like. Most of what we have heard about Captain Marvel promises a cocky and cocksure hotshot who enjoys a good fight, so she will likely be a welcome addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe roster when The Avengers regroup and take the fight to Thanos and the Infinity Stones one more time! Needless to say, we couldn't be more excited.

Captain Marvel is set to debut in theaters next year on March 8, 2019! Until then, you can still catch Avengers: Infinity War in some theaters, and Ant-Man and The Wasp recently debuted as well! If you're looking for more information about the Ant-Man sequel, check out our review and our Rate and Discuss page!

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