Brie Larson Soars as Captain Marvel on the Cover of Entertainment Weekly

Brie Larson Soars as Captain Marvel on the Cover of Entertainment Weekly

Brie Larson Soars as Captain Marvel on the Cover of Entertainment Weekly

"Captain Marvel" graces the cover of the new Entertainment Weekly, offering the first official look at Brie Larson in character as the superhero.

It's a big day for those who have been impatiently awaiting the arrival of Marvel's next film, Captain Marvel. But all that could change if she plays a role in Captain Marvel.

According to Marvel Studios president Kevin Fiege, who spoke to The Toronto Sun in April, Captain Marvel is a "heroine that you haven't seen before", one that can "kick a-" but is also "funny and sassy and talks back". It's already September, and the film will premiere on March 8th in the US. Ben Mendelson will be playing the Skrull leader Talos.

"These extraordinary powers she has, he sees them as something of a blessing and something that she has to learn how to control", Law told EW.

The film wrapped filming earlier this year and will also star Jude Law.

Several of the other shots see Brie Larson decked out in 90s gear, including a Nine Inch Nails shirt, as well as Lashana Lynch as Maria Rambeau, a top-notch Air Force pilot and one of Carol's best friends.

The one thing that Marvel and Entertainment Weekly didn't show us?

Today, Entertainment Weekly had the first look at the highly anticipated next movie in the Marvel cinematic universe, Captain Marvel.

The character of Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel first appeared in 1968. Djimon Hounsou and Lee Pace will reprise their Kree characters from Guardians of the Galaxy. He is your go-to fella for creator interviews, conversations about comic book structure, and general DC Comics nerding.

Back in 2014, Marvel announced its Phase Three slate, and now we are nearly half way there coming up fast on the final films. But what makes her special is just how human she is. They mark the first we've seen from Larson's superhero debut, and they don't disappoint.

But before long, Carol finds herself back on Earth with new questions about her past.

Brie added, "She's also quick to jump to things, which makes her unbelievable in battle because she's the first one out there and doesn't always wait for orders".

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