A new report suggests that production on the upcoming 2019 Captain Marvel sequel will continue in a small Italian town next week.
Nia DaCosta’s The Marvels is set to begin filming in Italy next week. The 2019 Captain Marvel sequel will see Brie Larson return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Carol Danvers, also known as Captain Marvel. The long-awaited movie is scheduled to hit theaters next year.
Captain Marvel was a huge success when it hit theaters in 2019. Just before the events of Avengers: Endgame, the film told the origin story of its titular heroine as a human warrior who lives among the Kree and finally finds her way to return to Earth. The film crafted the backstory of Carol Danvers’ relationship with Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) and set the stage for several other Captain Marvelrelated superheroes to finally enter the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Following the film’s record-breaking box office, a sequel to Phase 4 was confirmed.
The Marvels has started production. According to a report by Gazette Del Sud, The Marvels are preparing for the Italian phase of their shoot. Inspections have started in the small Italian town of Tropea, and production is expected to start in the municipality on August 27. Knowing that Captain Marvel told a largely American-based story while exploring Carol’s backstory and going back to her roots, the notion of the franchise moving to Europe for a portion of its filming already promises something new for the fans. Fanatics.
Despite knowing that The Marvels will begin filming in Italy next week, fans still have very little information on the exact details of the movie’s plot. At this stage, all that is known is that the film is expected to bring back crucial characters adjacent to Captain Marvel, including Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury, Teyonah Parris’ Monica Rambeau, Randall Park’s Jimmy Woo, and Kamala. Khan by Iman Villani. Beyond that, director Nia DaCosta (who is currently gearing up for the Candyman release) has recently said that the film will address issues of pain and trauma. What that means in the context of the plot remains to be seen, but audiences will get a chance to see the film when The Marvels opens in theaters on November 11, 2022.