"We have not started yet," LeFauve explained. "We just got the phone call to come over to Marvel. But for me personally, the wonderful thing about her and the challenge of her is going to be that she's a female superhero. And that is awesome because she's so powerful, and how hard is that going to be because she's so powerful? We don't want the Superman curse. "What's her vulnerability?" is what we have to figure out."
Earlier today, Marvel Studios announced the rearrangement of several of its films in order to accommodate "Ant-Man and the Wasp," the sequel to "Ant-Man." Subsequently, "Captain Marvel" is now scheduled to release on March 8, 2019.