We’ve known for almost a year that Brie Larson will play Captain Marvel on the big screen, but it was announced just yesterday that Marvel Studios has found two directors to take on the major motion picture.
The road to storytelling diversity is a long and winding one, and even with the Ms. Marvels, Statics and Kevin Kellers we have, there’s still a lot of ground to cover. Of course, that doesn’t mean that the history of comics is entirely devoid of progress. Welcome to Ten Things!
Marvel is teaming up with female-led musical acts to help bring Captain Marvel motion comics to life. First up is The Pretty Reckless.
Are you ready for an exchange of fists between Iron Man and Captain Marvel? You may get your wish when Civil War II #5 arrives in stores in September.
Gravity Falls creator Alex Hirsch was pretty quiet about new projects following the series finale of his popular Disney Channel series, but now the curtain has been pulled aside, as Hirsch and Nicole Perlman (Guardians of the Galaxy) have been tasked with making the live action Pokemon movie a reality.
Captain Marvel is the most well-known hero in the Marvel Universe following the events of Civil War II, and Marvel is giving Carol Danvers a new series beginning in December.