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Carol Danvers is a United States Air Force pilot who, after gaining cosmic powers, became the super-heroine Captain Marvel.

Biography

A Call For Help

When Thanos is eliminating half of the universe, Nick Fury uses his final call to signal Carol Danvers an emergency Code Red, before he too becomes among the trillions of victims. As Fury fades away into dust, he drops his device that eventually displays Danvers's symbol.[1]

Personality

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Powers and Abilities

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Equipment

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Relationships

Family

Allies

Enemies

Trivia

  • In the comics, Carol Danvers obtained powers after a fusion of Kree and human genes, assuming the codenames Ms Marvel, Binary and Warbird before becoming Captain Marvel.

Behind the Scenes

  • According to Kevin Feige in his Phase Three announcement, Carol Danvers is "one of the most, if not the most, powerful heroes in the MCU."[2] Kevin Feige further confirmed that Captain Marvel will be the most powerful superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. [3]
  • Captain Marvel was originally in the Avengers: Age of Ultron script, but she was removed as it was deemed inappropriate to introduce her without establishing her backstory.[4]
  • Carol Danvers was also originally going to appear in Jessica Jones when it was going to air on the ABC Network; however, her role was eventually filled by Trish Walker.[5]
  • Once the first set photos of Brie Larson in the role of Captain Marvel appeared online, fans noticed similarities between the character's hairstyle and the famous "Rachel" haircut popularised by the character Rachel Green (Jennifer Aniston) in early seasons of the television series Friends.[6]
  • Shauna Galligan was a stunt double for Brie Larson and Kara Petersen was a stunt double for Mckenna Grace in the role of Captain Marvel.

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