"Captain Marvel" is Marvel Studios' most anticipated projects even if it is scheduled to show in theaters a long time from now in 2019. It is Marvel's late response to DC Comic's female superhero film "Wonder Woman" which will hit the theaters this year.
The superhero film "Captain Marvel" was originally up for release in 2018, but "Spiderman" and other project additions moved the film's showing a year later, specifically in March, 2018. Incidentally, it will be shown ahead of the May, 2018 and May, 2019 schedules of the "Avengers: Infinity War" movies.
The "Avengers: Infinity Warm" movie is expected to feature all the superheroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, according to Cinema Blend. Captain Carol Danvers, played by Brie Larson is introduced in the "Captain Marvel" movie, ahead of the "Avengers" movie. It is expected that she would be featured in the "Avengers" movie.
Fans expected Marvel to release "Captain Marvel" as a PG-13 movie, even if the Motion Picture Association of America gives out the ratings when they are ready for official release in theaters. Disney earlier confirmed they do not have plans to release an R-rated movie from any of its roster of superheroes.
Marvel Studios will definitely stick to producing superhero flicks with PG-13 ratings. After all, it is aware that young moviegoers will be lining up in theaters every time a Marvel movie opens in theaters worldwide. The same young audience will be lining up for "Captain Marvel" two years from now.
"Captain Marvel," also known as Ms. Marvel, a United States Air Force member who was present when an alien device exploded. The alien race Kree from the "Guardians of the Galaxy created the device. The incident led to the fusion of the human genes of Captain Carol Danvers and the genes of a Kree and this gave her super powers.
"Captain Marvel" is a female superhero who can fly, project and absorb energy. She is a member of many organizations including the S.H.I.E.L.D., "The Avengers" and even the "Guardians of the Galaxy."
Most superhero movie has a male superhero, but this time, fans can look forward to a female superhero when the movie "Captain Marvel" is shown, according to Movie News Guide. Reports show that Marvel is taking some time to choose the right director for the movie, preferably a woman.
The studio has not yet revealed other details of "Captain Marvel" but they seem to already have a date for the start of production. Marvel Studio's calendar has a full lineup of other equally big projects in the next few months, so fans have to wait a while longer.