Mon. Sep 23rd, 2019


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For Readers pleasure and Marvel fans, the introduction of Captain Marvel is away of kickstarting the 4th phase of the marvel series(They have things in stock that we haven’t seen yet) So now that I have done the loud mouth stuff, here is a sneak peak into Captain Marvel

The security guard Captain Marvel speaks to at the beginning of the movie is Marvel security director Barry Curtis.

Project PEGASUS stands for “Potential Energy Group/Alternate Sources/United States.” It was previously mentioned in The Avengers (2012).

The name “Captain Marvel” is not used in the film until the closing credits.

To prepare for her role as Captain Marvel, Brie Larson trained for four hours a day over nine months, learning judo, boxing, and wrestling. She also visited Nellis Air Force Base and met with active duty airmen, including Brigadier General Jeannie Leavitt and Thunderbirds pilot Major Stephen Del Bagno, who died in a crash and whom the movie pays tribute in the credits. He, and other members of the unit, had given Brie Larson the callsign “Sparrow”.

The film was the first from the Marvel Cinematic Universe to have a female lead and it was released at cinema on International Women’s Day.

The Skrull makeup took two hours to apply.

Keanu Reeves was almost cast as Yon-Rogg.

The trailer received about one hundred nine million views worldwide in its first twenty-four hours of release. While this isn’t the first movie with a female superhero, it is the first to be written primarily by women. Supergirl (1984), Catwoman (2004), Elektra (2005), and Wonder Woman (2017) were written by men. The closest was Catwoman (2004), which gave a writing credit to Theresa Rebeck. However, that movie also had three male writers credited.

This is the second prequel of the MCU after Captain America:The First Avenger (2011).

Ronda Rousey had expressed interest in playing the title role.

Nick Fury tells Goose, “I’m trusting you not to eat me,” towards the end of the movie. Shortly afterwards, Goose scratches Fury, causing him to lose his left eye as he is seen at the very end with a patch over his left eye. This is a callback to Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) where Fury tells Captain America, “Last time I trusted someone, I lost an eye.”

Favourite quotes

Korath: You think you’re funny, but I’m not laughing.

Att-Lass: You never laugh.

Korath: I laugh, on the inside. And I’m not doing it now.

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