D23 Expo continued the big Marvel reveals from San Diego Comic-Con to give fans a wider picture of what film and TV shows will be coming over the next few years.
Gemma Chan and Kit Harington join the cast while Black Panther 2's release date is revealed.
British actress Gemma Chan has said that she should have every right to play white characters in movies.
Brie Larson came face to face with her mini-me at the European Gala launch of Captain Marvel last night. The star was interviewed on the blue carpet by a young girl who was dressed as her character in the upcoming Marvel superhero film.The youngster appeared to at the event representing The Female Lead, a non-profit organisation “dedicated to making women’s stories more visible and offering alternative role models to those ever-present in popular culture.” According the company’s Twitter account, the young girl’s name was Illy. After the premiere, Larson tweeted about Illy, calling her “my hero”.Larson signed the young fan’s comic books, before she interviewed Samuel L Jackson who returns as a young Nick Fury in the 1990s-set adventure.Captain Marvel hits cinemas on 8 March.Read moreCaptain Marvel has two post-credit scenesRotten Tomatoes combats Captain Marvel trollsWhy there are two Captain Marvel films coming up
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Brit star Gemma Chan has landed a role in the Captain Marvel movie, and Brie Larson has been among the first to congratulate her.
‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ has just cast a trio of new actors… with the legendary Jon Voight among them. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the 76-year-old screen legend has signed up for the upcoming ‘Harry Potter’ spin-off… along with some other familiar faces. “Gemma Chan, who stars in [Channel 4] sci-fi thriller Humans, Selma actress Carmen Ejogo and Jon Voight have joined the cast of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” they said.