While the Spider-Man and Guardians of the Galaxy corners of the Marvel Cinematic Universe have been buzzing with news of sequels and new trailers, the “Captain Marvel” corner has been fairly quiet following the announcement that Brie Larson would take on the big screen role of Carol Danvers. But now a new report seems to indicate that we could get some more news about the 2019 film sooner rather than later.
Variety’s Justin Kroll has reported on Twitter that there should soon be some motion on the directing front.
Captain Marvel Update: Studio getting treatment on script soon. Meetings with directing candidates to follow but not till the new year
— Justin Kroll (@krolljvar) December 14, 2016
The information comes from unnamed sources, but this timeline seems to make sense considering that “Captain Marvel’s” 2019 release date is fast approaching. A report back in August said Marvel had narrowed down their list of directors. Now this new report says they’ll start meeting with directors in the new year, after a treatment is turned in from writers Meg LeFauve and Nicole Perlman. We do know that the film will be an origin story, and that Larson has been researching her role.
Larson will debut as Captain Marvel in “Avengers: Infinity War,” arriving May 4, 2018, before headlining a solo film, set for release March 8, 2019.
(via Screen Rant)
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