Despite a shift of location from Atlanta to Los Angeles, Marvel Studios’ “Captain Marvel” is sticking to its planned production schedule and will begin filming in February according to Omega Underground. California has introduced new tax incentives for filming which makes the move of the shoot there understandable.
Brie Larson takes on the role of Carol Danvers, a United States Air Force officer-turned incredibly powerful superhero in the film which will serve as the first female-lead Marvel movie. Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck helm the film which will hit in March 2019, just two months before the fourth ‘Avengers’ movie arrives in cinemas.
Also today comes word from “The Crow” creator James O’Barr via Screen Geek who says the long in the works reboot of “The Crow” franchise is now going by the official title “The Crow Reborn” and will begin filming next year with pre-production kicking off in February.
British director Corin Hardy is helming the film and O’Barr adds that he is involved in every aspect of the film and is working closely with Hardy to make sure this is a faithful translation. No mention was made regarding whether Jason Momoa is still attached to the role. Sony Pictures has taken over the project which was previously setup at the now defunct Relativity Media.