Captain Marvel began production recently, and Brie Larson, who plays the titular role, proves she is more than ready for the superhero film.
The film centering on Carol Danvers a.k.a. Captain Marvel started rolling in Los Angeles, California, just one of the production locations of the film. With the announcement is Larson's photo on what seemed like a jet with Brigadier General Jeannie Leavitt.
Apparently, the 28-year-old award-winning actress is at Nevada in Nellis Air Force Base "to research her character." This is not the first time preparations of Larson for the Captain Marvel film were revealed. In January, back when production has not yet started, the Room actress's dedication already shone.
Larson took to Instagram early this year to share to her fans just how much dedicated she was in giving justice to her portrayal in Captain Marvel. The photo showed the actress with full uniform on and a helmet, along with another service staff guiding her.
"Learning how to fly," she wrote.
Additionally, she has been working hard to keep her body in shape. Of late, Larson was seen working out on her social media, showing her doing some pull-ups. The caption revealed she has been doing this for nine months already, and no one's asking about the authenticity of the duration of her workout as plain as day, her back is ripped and has muscles.
"Nine months of training really does some stuff to your body #mondaymotivation," Larson said.
Clearly it is not a walk in the park for Larson, or for anyone else for that matter, to be shedding out sweat and building up muscles. However, her current form is saying that what she is finally reaping is something fruitful, thanks to her dedication and effort.
Her toned and ripped body was also evident in photographs fans were able to take at the set of Captain Marvel. The behind-the-scene images showed Larson in her green suit, which fits her perfectly.
To be fair, Marvel bosses have already lauded Larson, describing her as the perfect choice for Captain Marvel. However, accepting the titular role was't easy, but she eventually did, citing the things she could impart to young women.
"The story follows Carol Danvers as she becomes one of the universe's most powerful heroes when Earth is caught in the middle of a galactic war between two alien races," the plot read.
Captain Marvel is slated for a March 8, 2019 release and will star, apart from Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, Jude Law, and Ben Mendelsohn.