First up: here's our first good look at Captain Marvel'sSkrulls, led by the villainous Talos (Ben Mendelsohn).
The associated article also goes on to reveal that Carol will already have her powers as the movie begins, and has left Earth to join the elite Kree military unit Starforce, commanded by Law's Mar-Vell. "We've got something Marvel-ous in mind", Entertainment Weekly responded, to which Larson once again chimed in with "It's a DATE!" She earlier spoke to Variety about playing the superhero and said, "I will say that I learned that I'm much stronger than I realise in playing her". There is a nasty cut on one Fury's eyebrows - teasing he won't be behind a desk for long - but he is missing his signature eyepatch and still had both his eyes. "He's younger than we've ever seen him (Jackson was digitally de-aged for the role), and perhaps most shocking of all, he's missing his signature eyepatch".
After set snaps and a quick look via a notebook, it's time for the first proper look at Brie Larson as Carol Danvers in Captain Marvel.
While the film takes place in the '90s, it's sure to have a connection to "Infinity War", which ended with Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) paging Danvers for help. Could this mean that Monica will appear as Maria Rambeau's young daughter in the film - and if so, does this mean an older, contemporary Monica could show up in a present-day MCU film? They're strolling in from the ocean, which makes us wonder if they crashed a ship, arrived via submarine, or were just taking a leisurely swim before getting their asses kicked by Captain Marvel. We could be looking at a movie along the lines of Guardians of the Galaxy that blows us all away when it hits theaters.
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If all goes as Republicans plan, Kavanaugh could be on the bench when the court begins its new term on October 1. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) estimated it would have required staffers to review 7,000 pages of documents per hour.