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So interesting that Captain Marvel is going to fight the Skrulls since I thought they were still owned by Fox.I thought this was an interesting aspect as well. However, it turns out that, like Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch, the Skrulls are licensed to both Marvel and Fox for specific uses. James Gunn (director of the Guardians of the Galaxy films and seeming expert on all things cosmic in the MCU) took to Twitter last summer to try and explain the rights issues to fans. He explained that the Skrulls were an official part of the MCU now. Though there are some specific Skrulls (such as the Fantastic Four antagonist the Super Skrull) that are strictly Fox properties, but the race itself is available to both Fox and Marvel:
I LOVED the movie though. Very inspiring. Now Marvel needs to invest HARD in Captain Marvel. It actually has something to LIVE UP TO instead of shooting to set the bar in the first place.Marvel will not be able to live up to Wonder Woman. She is part of DC's trinity of legacy characters. I've seen her image on everything from lunch boxes to Saturday morning cartoons since I was of an age to remember. Add to that the extremely popular Lynda Carter series, and her being a feminist icon for decades. The bar for female super hero movies has been set beyond reach with his exceptional movie. And while Marvel has already featured all of their biggest characters to varying degrees of success , for DC, a WW film has been embarrassingly long overdue.
I understood the de-aging in this one to be mostly reliant on make-up instead of Being CGI-heavy. It was flawless.Best one for me so far was Michael Douglas in Ant-man.It's a great toy.And how they really leaned into the creepiness of the CG de-aging.De-aging is Marvel Studios favorite toy in the box right now.