In Superhero News: Brie Larson (@brielarson) Cast as “Captain Marvel” in Marvel’s (@Marvel) First Female-Led Hero Film!

Spider-Man, the Hulk, Captain America, Wolverine… they were all cool to watch and everything, but Marvel was definitely missing something; and it’s finally here! Marvel Studio is coming out with their first female-led super hero film!

Saturday night at Comic-Con, Marvel announced that one of their newest super heroes Captain Marvel will be played by none other than Brie Larson. This announcement was accepted with cheers from happy Marvel fans; and Larson has received tons of positive feedback and congratulations on her new role.

Brie has had outstanding performances in her previous roles and has proven to be dynamic with each of them from her hilarious acting in 21 Jump Street and Trainwreck to her more serious roles in Room and Short Term 12. We have no doubt that she is going to kill it as Captain Marvel.

Brie’s character, Carol Danvers a.k.a ‘Captain Marvel’ is a skilled pilot and combatant who aside from insane strength and durability, has the power to shoot concussive bursts of energy from her hands. Could you imagine getting hit with that? Ouch!


Danvers’ super strength isn’t all she has to offer. Ms. Marvel is also very intelligent. Carol was a top student in the Air Force Academy, which she joined right after graduating high school to pursue her love for aircraft and flying. It wasn’t long before she advanced into the rank of Major!

We are all looking forward to Brie Larson play the beauty AND the beast Carol Danvers. However, Captain Marvel won’t be released until 2019! Talk about a tease. Until then, you can get to know more about her character on Marvel’s Universe Wiki.

Written By: Daniela Posso

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