As you know, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has a lot of secrecy. Over the years, the actors have known a lot about their films and have been told almost nothing. Obviously, the actors are more known than others (Robert Downey Jr. has much more information than, for example, Tom Holland), but still – there is always a mystery about everything.
Prior to the release of Avengers: Endgame Brie Larson (Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel) went on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon To talk about – or not to talk about – the upcoming superhero epic. Next thing she could say especially when it came to a very wic filming the scene (Spoiler for Captain Marvel only ahead).
Larson talked about the order in which she stood turned the films
While with the 1995 originated Captain Marvel the audience introduced Larson's character, she was not the first time that she played Carol , As we've heard in interviews that resulted in the release of Endgame this film and Avengers: Infinity War were shot back to back, so production was done for them before filming Captain Marvel .
Interestingly, Larson did not even have a script for Captain Marvel at that time. She added that she had received a revised script for Endgame so that she could only see her own line. "It was not until I went on the set that I thought, 'Oh crap. I am like in a Marvel movie.
Following she said about filming the post-credit scene
If you've seen it (spoiler, if not!), Captain Marvel has two end-credit scenes. The first scene, the mid-credit scene, shows some of the remaining Avengers shortly after Thanos' snap in the Infinity War (19459010). They've found a pager from Nick Fury and are trying to figure out who's on the other end. The big revelation is that it's Carol, and she appears in the last seconds.
"I did not know what that was that we shot. There was nobody else there either, "she said. "I was alone on a green screen and I went in and they were like" Really fast, we'll just bring the pans to you and you'll go, "Where's Fury?"
Of Of course that was difficult if there was nobody to do anything about. Larson was told that Fury had "gone a lot", which meant dead. But what about the people she talks to? All she was told was that there were five other people, so they gave her band imprints and she showed how they just had to look around and pretend that they were their co-stars.
How much screen time will Captain Marvel interject in Endgame ?
Prior to Captain Marvel the character was not (minimally) advertised materials or trailer for Endgame . When her movie came out, however, we saw Carol interacting a bit with the Core Avengers – especially in the scene where Thor calls his ax while trying to stare at her, and then says, "I like this one"] But the question is: Will Captain Marvel get a lot of screen time in Endgame ? Now that the movie is out, we can finally see how important their role is. Our guess is that it's not widely used (this movie is about summarizing the story of the original Avengers), but when it appears on the screen, it's very important how incredible their powers are.
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