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Captain Marvel – New Stills Of Starforce, Ronan The Accuser, Minn-Erva & More

Captain Marvel – New Stills Of Starforce, Ronan The Accuser, Minn-Erva & More

As Captain Marvel is inching closer to its release, Marvel studios is doing its best in promoting the movie. Just yesterday, Empire Magazine unveiled a new promotional image which featured Brie Larson donning the final Captain Marvel suit.

Now, Empire Magazine’s March issue is finally out and as expected, it also features a dozen information from the director and cast along with a few new stills from the movie. One of the images offers us the first full look at Kree geneticist Minn-Erva played by Gemma Chan in the Kree costume along with another character, Bron-Char.

There’s also a still of Maria ‘Photon’ Rambeau played by Lashana Lynch with Larson’s Carol Danvers. Another image shows Ronan the Accuser. You can check it out below.

As far as what we have seen from the trailers, Captain Marvel would be the second next Marvel movie to feature most of its scenes outside of earth and explore other parts of the galaxies. It was evident that the movie would be relying a lot on VFX. But it was a world that was completely new to both directors according to the details shared by them to Empire. Having zero experience in the field of VFX, director Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck got their “visual effects 101” from the team at Marvel.

It seems like the craziest place to make that step because they’re making the biggest movies out there and we haven’t made any big movies, but in some way it’s the best, easiest place,” said Boden to Empire. But the two directors also made sure that the use of practical effects were more in the movie.

One of the things that was very important to us, coming from an independent, more tactile world was to have some reality on our sets and for our actors to be able to interact with their environments in some way,” said Boden. Even Larson was committed along with the directors to making sure they didn’t go all-out VFX frenzy with the movie.

“One of the main pieces that we talked about was making sure the film didn’t just rely on visual effects and explosion and chases,” Larson said. “But instead has moments throughout of real emotion and heart. And that’s what we’d fight for. That was exciting to me. The idea of doing real scene-work in a movie that’s large and in space felt like a challenge I wanted to take.”

You can read the whole story on Empire Magazine’s March issue.

Directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, Captain Marvel will hit theaters on March 8th.

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