Captain Marvel 2: when will The Marvels sequel be released? – Movie news

While TF1 broadcasts “Captain Marvel”, its sequel titled “The Marvels” will be shown in theaters in July 2023. So it’s time to check out the film, while waiting for its trailer to be revealed.

In March 2019, Marvel launched one of the most powerful characters in the Cinematic Universe on the big screen: Captain Marvel. Directed by Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden, from the independent circuit, the first MCU opus with a superheroine on top of the bill experienced a meteoric rise in the world and ended its run with 1.128 billion dollars in revenue.

A sequel is clearly being built for the hero played by Brie Larson, who also shines in Avengers – Endgame. But the feature film, titled The Marvels, has had some upheavals due to the Covid pandemic, like everything else since 2020. It’s on the right track, and it’s time to stock up as TF1 airs the first opus today Sunday, September 18.

WHEN IS IT COMING OUT?

After several postponements, The Marvels finally seems to be settled. And the film should be released in our theaters on July 26, 2023. As a result, and contrary to what was initially announced, it belongs to Phase V of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, because IV will end in November from this year in cinema, along with Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

WHO REALIZED?

Exit Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck! Despite the success of the first opus, the two directors did not return behind the camera. After approaching Olivia Wilde and Jamie Babbit, Marvel Studios is finally looking at Nia DaCosta, who we owe the recent Candyman. He thus became the first black filmmaker to direct an MCU opus.

WHO PLAYS IT?

Introduced to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2019, in the form of a character announced a few months ago, in the post-credits scene of Avengers – Infinity War, Brie Larson who won the Oscar will of course return as the main character. . But she will not be alone, because other characters endowed with the same power (or variants) are there: Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris), seen in WandaVision, and Kamala Khan, alias Miss Marvel, heroine of the series of the same name, broadcast from Disney + in June.


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Miss Marvel (Iman Vellani) arrives at the cinema.

Marvels will be the first feature film in the career of its interpreter, the sparkling Iman Vellani. As the images revealed during D23 confirm it, the British Zawe Ashton (The Handmaid’s Tale) will be the villain of the story, whose identity has not yet been revealed. And Samuel L. Jackson should be cast as Nick Fury, which doesn’t get any weirder than that, because he’s the one who connects with Carol Danvers when she comes to Earth, with her new powers, in the first opus.

WHAT DOES IT DO?

Currently, The Marvels does not have a synopsis. Officially. But the post-credits scene of the last episode of season 1 of Miss Marvel already gave us the first clue, when Carol Danvers appeared in Kamala Khan’s room, while the latter was apparently thrown into the boundaries of space. According to the trailer that was unveiled during D23 (but only those available on the site), the feature film will begin in a happy chaos, with the heroes replacing each other due to the paradoxes associated with the fact that they have more more or less. same power.

Because The Marvels is not a multiverse film like Spider-Man No Way Home, until Carol, Monica and Kamala share the same reality, unlike the three Peter Parkers. Instead of “body shopping” on Freaky Friday, the feature film will choose the “buy a place”, with characters projected from one place to another, without the slightest control over events. At first, of course.

Incredibly complex, nuanced, and badass characters

It is not yet clear how the villain Zawe Ahston will bring into the story. Nor the effects that Marvels will have on the rest of the MCU, as the Fantastic Four approaches, and word “mutations” was announced in the last episode of season 1 of Miss Marvel, while echoing the musical theme of the X-Men animated series of the 90s. But for all that, it will probably have to wait until July 2023.

Passing our microphone, on the side of the Marvel panel at D23, Brie Larson promised us “Incredibly complex, nuanced, and badass characters! These amazing women who come from different places but have to learn to work together to solve a problem that’s bigger than them. It’s beautiful, human -there, and terrible.” Less than a year to wait.

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