Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel began shooting briefly in January this year before returning extensively in March to truly kick off its production schedule. And now, after about three months of shooting and dozens of set photos in, principal photography on the movie is set to wrap soon. According to Umberto Gonzales from The Latino Review, the movie is in its final few weeks of shooting which means it should be done by the end of this month.
Captain Marvel is in it's final few weeks of production.#ProducedBy2018
— Umberto Gonzalez (@elmayimbe) June 9, 2018
This would mean Marvel Studios would have no movies actively shooting that we’re aware of. That stint will be brief though since the sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming is set to begin shooting this summer. This sort of makes sense since they don’t have any movies announce post Avengers 4 even though I’m sure several are in secretive stages of development.
This news also means Captain Marvel would soon enter the post-production phase. Which in turn means stills, posters, teasers and trailers will start coming out in the next few months. At the very least, I’m hoping for a Comic Con poster of some sort along with maybe a short teaser to go by at SDCC 2018. Last year, Black Panther had a proper 2-minute teaser by this time for its February 2018 release, which makes it all the more likely we should get something in the next month or two. This space is about to get really exciting.
Captain Marvel hits theaters on March 8, 2019.