Marvel's Kevin Feige Teases How 'Captain Marvel' Will Bring Back the '90s

Danny Woods
April 25, 2018

The film is now in principal photography and scheduled for release on March 8, 2019.

The movie was so successful.

Speaking with The Wrap in a recent interview, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige officially confirmed that a movie based on the fictional race of superhumans has entered pre-production.

Marvel Studios is about to release its biggest movie ever, Avengers: Infinity War, but few could have predicted it would be opening a few months after the studio's literal biggest movie ever at the box office.

As for when Coogler can officially sign on to direct the second film amid the history-making status of the first one, Feige said there isn't a specific timeframe just yet. A lot of it will be when Ryan wants to and not rushing anything, but I think we have an idea of when it will be.

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Still, he made it clear the timing will be right for all of the Marvel franchises and brands. He noted that is a major reason the studio won't be participating in Comic-Con this year. The film, which stars Brie Larson in the lead role of Carol Danvers who transforms into the titular Captain Marvel after a DNA-fusing accident grants her inhuman powers, promises to be one of the most unique and inspiring origin stories the Marvel movie pantheon has ever seen.

Per Collider, which helpfully points out just how much money Black Panther has grossed, and ultimately Kevin Feige, Marvel and Coogler are working out a deal for a Black Panther sequel.

Aside from that, considering how likely it is that Infinity War and Avengers 4 will shake things up, having at least some known quantities to move the MCU forward has to help put Feige's mind at ease, especially considering T'Challa's huge surge in popularity. Ronan died in that film, but Captain Marvel's 1990s setting enables the character to be brought back.

Although Black Panther director, Ryan Coogler, didn't return to the helm for Sylvester Stallone's Creed 2, Coogler hasn't ruled out doing sequels completely.

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