The upcoming "Captain Marvel" film took up a comparatively tiny portion of Saturday evening's Marvel Studios Hall H presentation at Comic-Con International in San Diego, but it made an impact. Not only was Oscar-winner Brie Larson confirmed in the lead role of Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel -- along with a brief in-person appearance -- Marvel has also unveiled a new title treatment for the film:
This is a notable departure from the previous logo associated with the film, which is similar to one used in recent comic releases.
"Captain Marvel" is currently scheduled for release on March 8, 2019. No director is yet attached. It's likely, though not confirmed, that Larson will appear in an earlier Marvel Cinematic Universe film, potentially 2018's "Avengers: Infinity War;" following the pattern of Black Panther, who appeared in this year's "Captain America: Civil War" before starring in a solo film scheduled for release in 2018.