Yesterday it was announced that DeWanda Wise was forced to exit Captain Marvel, but less than 24 hours later, her potential replacement has already been revealed.
Captain Marvel is getting ready to roll cameras, but one of its actors has just bowed out.
The record has finally been set straight.
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Fans recently freaked out when set photos revealed Captain Marvel in a green suit. But it turns out they shouldn't worry.
Captain America’s superpowers apparently don’t extend to keeping secrets. During a recent press tour, Chris Evans revealed that a Black Widow solo movie, likely starring Scarlett Johansson, is on its way. Evans was speaking via video to ET Canada about Black Panther and its box office success. Show More Summary
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By Sheryl Oh This newest casting choice could be big for Asian representation in the MCU. The article Gemma Chan to Become Part of the Kree in ‘Captain Marvel’ appeared first on Film School Rejects.
Humans star Gemma Chan will play Kree scientist and spy Minn-Erva in Marvel's highly-anticipated Captain Marvel.
The Captain Marvel movie may have added another villain to its ranks, as Deadline is reporting that Humans star Gemma Chan has signed on to play Minn-Erva, an alien geneticist better known as Doctor Minerva. In the comics, Minn-Erva is a member of the Kree race and a scientist who occasionally butted heads with… Read more...
Just like in the comics, the Kree are expected to be closely tied to Carol Danvers' origin story in Captain Marvel, and a new character from this species has been revealed.
Gemma Chan has joined the cast of Captain Marvel, according to Deadline. The 35-year-old actress is set to take on the role of Minn-Erva, a Kree geneticist and spy. Brie Larson will star as Captain Marvel but other details about the plot are being kept under wraps. Jude Law, Samuel L. Jackson and Ben Mendelsohn [...]
The new film arrives in 2019 The post Captain Marvel Adds Gemma Chan as Kree Villain Minn-Erva appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel has always felt like one of those movies the studio would make eventually, but now that we’re just over a year away from its release, it’s finally starting to feel like a real project. Brie Larson is suiting...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Another piece of Captain Marvel casting has fallen into place. Humans star Gemma Chan is set to play Minn-Erva in the Disney/Marvel superhero movie that stars Brie Larson as Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel. Per the comics-verse,...Show More Summary
Pop Chart Lab worked with Marvel to stuff 36 character origin stories into one 24?x 36? poster. The wordless comic book style summaries tell the origins of classics such as Captain America to newcomers such as Spider-Gwen.
Last summer at Comic- Con International in San Diego, we got a first look at the villains for Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel starring Brie Larson. During their presentation, we learned that the Skrulls were finally coming to the MCU. But it looks like Fox is going to beat them to the punch. According to information […]
It's not absolutely necessary to watch Captain America: Civil War before Black Panther, but as Marvel producer Nate Moore recently explained, the former movie does a good job highlighting the major difference between T'Challa and Killmonger.