Marvel Studios’ female superhero film Captain Marvel is already going through with production and filming stage. Recently, some pictures and videos of Brie Larson shooting as Carol Danvers in California in the black-and-Kree green Captain Marvel costume popped up online.
Now, according to a news report coming from VC Star, the Captain Marvel crew has arrived in Oxnard to shoot some scenes. The shooting is expected to begin Friday morning on an eight-acre property in Oxnard at the Jim Hall Racing Club near Rice Avenue and Fifth Street.
Oxnard Assistant City Manager Jesus Nava has reportedly informed the City Council that the crew of 150 people with approximately 135 extras will shoot a film which is set in 1986 starring Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson. For the purpose of the shooting, the racing tracks were turned into a carnival scene. The shooting is expected to wrap up by Sunday.
It was recently reported that actress Lashana Lynch (Powder Room, Brotherhood) has been roped in for Captain Marvel.
As per the report by That Hashtag Show, Lynch is set to play a person who would be a contemporary of Carol Danvers. Although the report did not offer much detail about Lynch’s character, it did speculate that the character could be Monica Rambeau, a character who at some point became Captain Marvel or even Salia Petrie, a fellow astronaut and friend of Carol Danvers in the comics.
Talking more about Captain Marvel, it is finally confirmed that Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers will not be seen sharing screen space with other major Marvel superheroes in Avengers: Infinity War. While initially the female superhero was meant to be in the both of the next two Avengers films, the plan for Captain Marvel changed mid-development.
It is now assumed that Danvers will appear in Avengers 4, which is set to release in May 2019, only three months after her solo movie, Captain Marvel, debuts in March.
Source: VC Star
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