29-year-old American actress-filmmaker Brie Larson reveals that she had to go through a lot while shooting for Marvel Studios’ upcoming superhero movie, ‘Captain Marvel’. Larson starrer Captain Marvel will reach theatres on 8th March 2019, in India.
In a recent interview, Larson revealed that doing actual flight training for preparing herself for the role of 'Captain Marvel' was intense and made her sick. Marvel Studios' 'Captain Marvel' is MCU's first stand-alone, female-franchise that will revolve around the life of Carol Danvers essayed by Larson.
"Oh, I puked a lot. That's part of how I got my call sign. All of the pilots were like you are not supposed to tell anybody that, and I was like 'I got no shame'," Larson said in a statement.
Basmati Blues actress added "But we were simulating a dog fight, so I was like flipping around all which way. My pilot was so incredible and super-talented. It was just amazing to feel all of that, especially once we were back on set. When we were simulating a barrel roll, I was able to recall that exactly, what that feels like, what your body feels like, how hard it is to breathe. It's all of those little nuances that I hope will come through in the movie."
On a related note, 'Captain Marvel' is about Danvers' journey as she becomes one of the universe's most powerful heroes. Based on the comic book series, 'Captain Marvel' also features Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn with Annette Benin and Jude Law.
Talking about how her training transformed her mental and physical state, she said: "A huge part of Captain Marvel is her strength. I knew if I could go through that experience, I would get closer to her and I'd understand her.”
Larson will also be a part of the upcoming Avengers movie which is titled as ‘Endgame’, as Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel for saving the Marvel Cinematic Universe from gigantic villain Thanos. Avengers: Endgame is expected to hit the theatres on 26 April 2019.
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