The directing tandem of Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck directed the origin story of the first film (which co-starred Samuel L. Jackson) working off of a screenplay they wrote with Geneva Robertson-Dworet. Marvel is also said to be searching for a female director to helm Captain Marvel 2. Marvel Studios has tapped rising writer Megan McDonnell, a staff writer on the upcoming Disney+ series WandaVision, to pen the script for the sequel to the Brie Larson-starring superhero film. But Marvel is reportedly looking for a female director for the follow-up. However, the duo are reportedly in talks for a Marvel series on Disney+. After all, the film was a big hit, grossing over $US 1.1 billion worldwide (including $US 10 million here in Malaysia) with a $US 152 million production budget.
With Phase 4 and its 10 projects set to run through 2021, it's safe to assume that the rest of these films will begin rolling out sometime in 2022.
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Last July, while at San Diego Comic-Con, Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios, reassured fans that there would be a Captain Marvel 2 but did not disclose any further details.
In Captain Marvel, Larson plays a fighter-pilot-turned-superhero, Carol Danvers (aka Captain Marvel).
All in all, with Black Widow, The Eternals, Guardians of the Galaxy 3, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, Thor: Love and Thunder, Black Panther 2, Blade and even more movies on the way, the next stages of the MCU should be very interesting.