‘GIFTED’ Star McKenna Grace To Play Young Carol Danvers In ‘CAPTAIN MARVEL’

Marvel Studios is showing us fans that there is no slowing down anytime soon for their films. Especially after Avengers: Infnity War, which is currently dominating the box office. One of the current projects being filmed is Captain Marvel. Which fans will be able to enjoy very soon next year. In light of this, it was recently revealed that actress Grace Mckenna would be in a role for Captain Marvel.


Grace Mckenna is known for her role in Fuller House and in the film Gifted in which she starred alongside Chris Evans. Many fans speculated that the role McKenna would play is a young Captain Marvel superfan named Kit Harrington, because it was first announced that she gained an undisclosed role by Marvel Studios. It was then revealed she is in fact going to be playing a young Carol Danvers as she has shared scenes with actor Kenneth Mitchell, who was cast as Carol Danvers’ father. These scenes have been set in the 1980s.

From the beginning of Iron Man, fans have always been known to question of casting choices Marvel has made like Tom Holland as Spider-Man. But time and time again, Marvel Studios has proven to us that their films are in good hands. Grace McKenna is definetly a good choice as a young Captain Marvel as she has proven how good of a child actor she has been in the TV and Films she has been in, particularly in the movie Gifted. it is exciting to see how she will portray a young Carol Danvers. Captain Marvel is still currently filming with a release for the year 2019.

How do you feel about this casting? Are you excited for Captain Marvel? Let us Know over at @superbromovies !!!

Jacqueline Lainez 

Source: The Hashtag Show

Captain Marvel to be in theaters March 16, 2019 !

The story follows Carol Danvers as she becomes one of the universe’s most powerful heroes when Earth is caught in the middle of a galactic war between two alien races. Set in the 1990s, “Captain Marvel” is an all-new adventure from a previously unseen period in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.” 



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