It looks like Captain Marvel is all set to begin productions in February, just as Marvel President Kevin Feige suggested if things stay on track. A new report has confirmed the start date that was earlier stated by the MCU boss.
According to Omega Underground, a new production listing reveals that Captain Marvel will begin filming in February 2018. The cast and crew will travel to Los Angeles, CA to kick off production. An exact week/date is expected to be revealed sometime later in January.
It looks like Marvel Studios has managed to keep its schedule on track and progress steadily with its projects. This shouldn’t come as a surprise to many as in the earlier report, Feige stated that Ant-Man and The Wasp would start in June, Avengers 4 in August and Captain Marvel in February.
Since the Ant-man sequel and the untitled Avengers begin its production with no delays, it was evident that the studio would have no hurdles in starting the filming of Captain Marvel as earlier planned.
Captain Marvel will hit the big screens on March 8th, 2019. The standalone project will be helmed by two directors namely Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck. Brie Larson plays as Carol Danvers, the main lead. Earlier this month, a new costume designer was also brought on board for the project.
The film will also see the return of Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury. The movie is set in the 90s which will also explain the Kree-Skrull war. The character also seems to play a prominent part in the Avengers story arc.
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