Thor is noble. Hulk is angry. Spider-Man and Iron Man are sarcastic. Doctor Strange is... well, he's complicated. As Marvel fans look to 2019, they might wonder what role Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) will play in the ever-expanding tapestry of heroism that is being crafted at Marvel Studios. So when CinemaBlend visited the Los Angeles set of Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck's origin story, Captain Marvel, we asked Larson about her hero's personality, and learned:
Captain Marvel, the character, brings a lot of new elements to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. She's arguably the most powerful hero to be introduced in the MCU. Rumor has it she's stronger than Hulk, though how she'll fare against The Mad Titan himself, Thanos, won't be answered until Avengers 4 rolls around.
But Brie Larson also has the joy of playing a fully formed character when Captain Marvel opens. You might not know this yet, but Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck's movie will begin with Carol Danvers (Larson) already having her powers, then filling in her backstory over time, instead of taking the traditional rise-to-power arc experienced by Captain America, Doctor Strange and Iron Man.
Many of us are curious how Carol will fit in with all of the aggressive personalities that already exist in the MCU. Some of her attitude was on display in the latest trailer for the superhero epic, which recently dropped. Revisit it here.
We're most excited by the news that Brie Larson believes this will be a wide range of emotions on display for her to play in Captain Marvel. With one foot on our planet and another in the stars, Carol Danvers can explore corners of the MCU we haven't seen before, and that's thrilling.
Captain Marvel opens in theaters on March 8, preceding the Phase Three-ending Avengers 4, later in the summer. We will have plenty more from Brie Larson on the set of the new movie, so keep it on CinemaBlend.
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