According to The Hollywood Reporter, Megan McDonnell, whose already working on the MCU Disney+ series WandaVision, has been tapped to pen the Captain Marvel 2 script, and she's now in final negotiations to officially come aboard. Unlike the original movie, the Captain Marvel sequel will take place in the present of the MCU.
While she's new to the Captain Marvel sub-franchise, McDonnell isn't new to the MCU.
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The word is that Boden and Fleck are in talks to remain in the Marvel Universe.
Megan McDonnell, a staff writer on the upcoming Marvel-based series WandaVision, will be writing the script. But perhaps the show's content may indicate why Marvel wants her on board for Captain Marvel 2: The series, which brings back Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany as Wanda Maximoff and Vision, respectively, also features the return of Captain Marvel character Monica Rambeau, but now fully grown up.
Are you looking forward to seeing Captain Marvel 2?
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In Captain Marvel, Larson plays a fighter-pilot-turned-superhero, Carol Danvers (aka Captain Marvel).
'Captain Marvel' made over $1 billion at the box office previous year (it was one six Disney movies to do so in 2019, actually).
The superhero movie starred Brie Larson in the titular role, also known as Carol Danvers. And it appears Captain Marvel 2 will be the first of them, as the film is now officially in the works at Marvel Studios. After all, the film was a big hit, grossing over $US 1.1 billion worldwide (including $US 10 million here in Malaysia) with a $US 152 million production budget.
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