The Marvels' Brie Larson Confirms Filming on the Sequel Has Begun
Captain Marvel herself officially authenticated that The Marvels is in production.
In a short video clip, Brie Larson breaks down her regular Marvels schedule and her excitement over new sci-fi locations created for the film. Despite admitting that work hours begin quite early, she explained that "It's not that big of a deal," but "it's surreal though. I mean when you're doing films like this, they're unlike anything else you know. Huge sets, huge amount of people on set. A lot of specialists, specialty things. It's a really unique experience. I'm a huge fan of Disneyland and so to me, it feels like I get to go my own like, private Disneyland everyday, cause they're building these insane worlds that like, no one else knows about, no one else gets to see... you'll see it when the movie comes out but for now it's just mine."
Larson also called herself very fortunate to be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Carol Danvers following her early work on smaller films and television shows. "I was pretty sure that, like, I was going to be like a side character in Indie movies for the rest of my life and I was like, 'That's great.' Like I was just so excited about that future," she continued. "So this is beyond my expectations and so I'm pretty just happy and stoked every day. I don't find it to be that hard. There's time. These movies are quite epic to make. They take so many months. There's many times to get tired and frustrated but right now I don't know. I feel... pretty happy every day."
In July, Larson said she'd be limiting her amount of YouTube content due to The Marvels' production. The film will see Danvers team up with both WandaVision's Monica Rambeau, whom she met as a child in Captain Marvel, and Ms. Marvel's Kamala Khan, who names herself after Carol's former title in the comics. Though the latter was set to debut in late 2021, it was recently announced that Ms. Marvel might be delayed to 2022. As for Captain Marvel, she'll appear in some storylines from Marvel's What If...? animated series, albeit with a different voice actor.
The Marvels, starring Brie Larson, Iman Vellani and Teyonah Parris, soars into theaters Nov. 11, 2022.