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24 July 2017, 01:10 | Nina Hammond
'Captain Marvel' Will Be a Prequel Set in the Early '90s, Samuel L. Jackson Confirmed to Co-Star [Comic-Con 2017]
He also revealed that Captain Marvel will be battling a group of aliens called the Skrulls.
He also confirmed the return of Jackson, wryly noting that we will see both of Nick Fury's eyes in the film. Whether or not specific characters like Super Skrull are available to appear in MCU films is another story, but longtime Marvel fans will be delighted to see that one of the staples of the Marvel Cosmic Universe will be included on its big screen counterpart. "Almost anything else is a spoiler other than to say that the '90s would be a fun period to make a superhero movie in".
Only mentioned until now in the films and spin-off television shows, concept art was shown at SDCC that is said to be close to the original comic book designs. Though Marvel hasn't sent official stills yet, several Hall H audience members shared photos from inside the convention. What may be the biggest reveal, however, is that the shape shifting alien Skrulls are going to embody Danvers' big challenge and that she's going to be punching many of them in the face, if concept art is to be believed.
First up, we now know that the pic will not be a contemporary piece but will be set in the 1990s.
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Those words come directly from Kevin Feige, the Marvel president who was on-hand at San Diego Comic-Con to help promote the upcoming work within the MCU.
In the regular Marvel Comics continuity, Carol Danvers made her first appearance in 1968's Marvel Super-Heroes #13. If you're like me and never read comics growing up, Easter Eggs placed in a Marvel movie that hint at other events in the Marvel Cinematic Universe are something to definitely look forward to in this movie.
Captain Marvel now has a 3.72 out of 5 ComicBook.com User Anticipation Rating.
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