'Captain Marvel' Reshoots Are Apparently Happening Right Now

Before anyone starts to panic about something being "wrong" with Marvel Studios' 21st Marvel Cinematic Universe film entry Captain Marvel, a gentle reminder that reshoots are totally normal for every studio. Sure, sometimes it's more dire than others, but this may be one of those times we shouldn't worry as much.

'Captain Marvel' Reshoots Are Apparently Happening Right Now

According to JustJared.com (yeah, we know, but they're usually right), both Oscar winning actress Brie Larson and Clark Gregg have been spotted on set.

'Captain Marvel' Reshoots Are Apparently Happening Right Now

Larson is bringing comic character Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel to the big screen for the first time, and Gregg is returning to his iconic MCU role of Agent Phil Coulson.

Originally, Captain Marvel wrapped filming back in July, and still maintains a release date of March 8th 2019.

BRB, we're gonna watch the trailer another 10 times.

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Mary Anne ButlerAbout Mary Anne Butler

Bleeding Cool News Editor Mary Anne Butler (Mab, for short) has been part of the fast-paced world of journalism since she was 15, getting her start in album reviews and live concert coverage for a nationally published (print) music magazine. She eventually transitioned to online media, writing for such sites as UGO/IGN, ComicsOnline, Geek Magazine, Ace of Geeks, Aggressive Comix (where she is still Editor-in-Chief), and most recently Bleeding Cool. 

Over the past 10 years, she’s built a presence at conventions across the globe as a cosplayer (occasionally), photographer (constantly), panelist and moderator (mostly), and reporter (always). 

 Interviews, reviews, observations, breaking news, and objective reporting are the name of the game for the founder of Harkonnen Knife Fight, a Dune-themed band with an international presence. 

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