Captain Marvel has been the name of various heroes over the years.
Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden, the duo who previously directed Mississippi Grind and It's Kind of A Funny Story, will helm Marvel Studios' Captain Marvel, according to Variety. It also debuted the first trailer for the upcoming series CLOAK & DAGGER. "Guardians of the Galaxy" co-writer Nicole Perlman has teamed with Meg LeFauve for the script. The film will make its cinematic debut in November 2018 in the US.
Marvel's choice in directors has everything to do with that stylistic conformity.
"Captain Marvel" has found not one but two directors to help shape the movie into the star it was always meant to be.
Some have been wondering, especially given the mixed response to some of Marvel's past female representation, why the studio's first major female-led film is only being co-directed by a woman instead of exclusively directed by one. Although the nature of her character within the MCU has yet to be revealed, the comic book version of the character is Carol Danvers, an Air Force Pilot who gains super powers following an accident involving an alien. Hit Next to find out the ten reasons you should be pumped for Captain Marvel.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige made finding a female director for Captain Marvel a top priority. The resulting adjustment imbues her with the superpowers of strength, energy projection, and flight. This can be compared to the MCU iteration of Captain America, who has sported more muted colours in his solo films. The artwork showed the likeness of a blonde Brie Larson as Carol Danvers in her costume as well as one of her fighting two large robots that resembled Iron Monger from the first Iron Man movie.