Brie Larson made sure we all knew that the first official image of Captain Marvel would be released on Black Panther Tuesday night, but despite this, we were not prepared to take the first look at the superhero Captain Marvel thanks to Entertainment Weekly magazine .
Captain Marvel will hit theaters on March 8, 2019, which coincides with International Women’s Day, culminating the longest wait we’ve had in years among the Marvel Cinematographic Universe (MCU) movies. Until now, very little has officially been known about the film. It is the film number 21 in the MCU and the first one starring a woman.
We know that Larson will play Carol Danvers, an American Air Force pilot who becomes a superhero after his encounter with Ant-Man and the Wasp the alien Kree named Mar-vell; his powers include ability to fly, super strength, absorb and use energy (which means he can fire blasts of energy and lasers from his hands).
And now, thanks to the EW magazine, we know a little more about how the film will start and what we will see in it. “Captain Marvel eludes the traditional structure of a history of origin and when it begins, Carol already has her powers,” writes Devan Coogan.