Here's why Captain Marvel is wearing so much makeup in 'Avengers: Endgame'

Sergio Cunningham
April 12, 2019

The next big moment is, of course, Avengers: Endgame, seen as the culmination of all that has come before and the end of this chapter in the MCU. Except this time they have the help of Larson and Captain Marvel, who was still away protecting other planets during the events of the last movie.

"I think [Larson] was experimenting with what the character was".

But while the rumor managed to get some traction for a short period, the name was ultimately dismissed based on an interview with Uproxx, in which co-director Joe Russo claimed that the official title wouldn't be taken from any Infinity War dialogue. And those were the choices that she and her hair and makeup team had made.

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The Russo brothers went on to explain that every character's look is actually up to the actors themselves. We're gonna still keep making movies after these two. "And as an artist, she should be afforded that right to make whatever choice that she wants to make". She didn't have a solo movie to work from, and Marvel's spoiler-avoidance strategies meant that some actors received surprisingly little info about their own roles. Already released Endgame footage shows the Original Six Avengers (Black Widow, Thor, Captain America, Iron Man, Hawkeye, and Bruce Banner), plus their companions Captain Marvel, Nebula, Rocket, Ant-Man, and War Machine. For instance, Tom Holland filmed a scene where the Russos refused to tell him who he was fighting, leaving him to mime punching an invisible CGI foe. News. "I shot, like, five different endings to this movie".

While GoT Season 8's first episode will premier on April 14, Avengers: Endgame is all set to hit the cinemas on April 26.

Endgame is the direct sequel to last year's Avengers: Infinity War, which grossed nearly $3 billion worldwide, and it is likely to examine what happens after Thanos (Josh Brolin) wipes out half of all life in the universe in the previous film and how the remaining Avengers must find a way to stop the supervillain and undo the damage he has done.

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