The next film Marvel Studios will be a unique mix of cosmic and earthly adventures, as the hero Kree Carol Danvers realizes his mysterious past in Captain Marvel.
Will the movie be mostly placed in a space like it Guardians of the galaxy Or is it like most other Marvel films that have most of the action on Earth? It turned out to be close to balance.
According to the statements Captain Marvel Executive producer Jonathan Schwartz, Carolina's adventure begins in the universe before returning home to learn more about her life before joining Kree's Starforce.
"As far as Earth is concerned, the Earth is more or less 50-50," Schwartz told ComicBook.com Captain Marvel visit. "The film begins in space relatively quickly on Earth and returns to space due to some kind of third action. It's kind of space space, cosmic events."
This plot most likely refers to the Kree-Skrull war, the intergalactic conflict in which the Earth is. Schwartz promised that Marvel's classic story will push the story of Captain Marvel.
"This is really centered on the Kree-Skrull war," added Schwartz. "There are a few elements of other things and some kind of Blink and you missed moments. But the Kree-Skrull conflict is some kind of heart of the movie."
But this conflict will force Carol to question her own past when she realizes that there may not be a Kree warrior who thought she was.
"I mean, a lot of the film is that Carol does not remember her human past," said Schwartz. "When we meet with her at the beginning of the film, she believes that Kree is and is somehow introduced into their army. She is proud as a person, she likes to be Kree. And then during her adventure, she realized that in her there is more to the story, so the film becomes something to reveal the root of its origin, the root of its own mystery.
Co-director Anna Boden reiterated that the film will not be a typical story of origin, as it tries to turn these trophies upside down.
"I think it's one of the really fun things about this movie, because it's a story about the origin that this is not your traditional story of origin," Boden said. "What's going to be fun and surprising for the audience, will reveal the secret of how this superhero got its strength and became who it is, along with [being] on the go with this character. It was really a fun way to create a movie, it's a really fun way to imagine a story of origin because it has this non-traditional structure. I think this will be a fun ride for people. "
Captain Marvel Premiere of March 8.