On Monday, Marvel Studios confirmed that they have officially begun rolling the cameras for Captain Marvel in Los Angeles. Although the character won’t be seen in action anytime soon, set photos and videos have treated fans with glimpses of Brie Larson donning the Kree suit.
UPDATE: Marvel Studios has delayed the filming in Fresno and it won’t be taking place this month.
The press release also revealed that filming of Captain Marvel will take place in other locations around Los Angeles namely Fresno, Baton Rouge and New Orleans, Louisiana
Pursue News has exclusively learnt that filming in Fresno will take place near Shaver Lake. It is located just outside Fresno in the county.
The production team is slated to shoot for three days starting from April 9th-11th in Fresno. Details about the type of scene that will be filmed in the location currently remain unknown. But a casting call info we received did provide some insight.
Central Casting in Los Angeles has been casting extras “who appear to be in their 20s to 50s, military and government types, maintenance workers” for Captain Marvel. It is possible that other cast members such as Samuel L. Jackson and Clark Gregg could be on location to film their role.
Last Friday, The Captain Marvel crew were in Oxnard to shoot a carnival scene with a large set of crew and extras. It was also mentioned that the film was set in 1986 suggesting it could be flashback scene since the film is set in the 1990s.
Recently, a set photo of Brie Larson as Carol Danvers also surfaced online via Reddit. You can find the image below.
The solo film also stars Ben Mendelsohn whose role in the film currently remains a mystery but will be the main antagonist. Recently, the Ready Player One actor praised Brie Larson stating that she is perfect for the role of Captain Marvel.
Captain Marvel hits theatres on March 8, 2019.
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