‘CAPTAIN MARVEL’ Scene Description Features Carol Danvers Leading The Starforce To Planet Torfa

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Needless to say, marketing for next year’s Captain Marvel has lit the world on fire over the past week and has left Marvel fans everywhere clamoring for any details they can possibly get their hands on. The upcoming superhero film is not only Marvel Studios’ first female-led picture, but also takes place almost entirely in outer space. And speaking of, a rather exciting scene description has surfaced.

Obtained by Screenrant, the scene features Carol Danvers and her team on a mission to the planet Torfa, and things don’t exactly go as planned. After arriving on the planet’s surface to locate a missing spy, a thick fog clouds the team’s view and causes their communicators to malfunction. Once Mar-Vell (Jude Law) gives Carol the go-ahead, she leaps head first into action before anyone else can, true to her nature.

Planet Torfa first appeared in the Captain Marvel line of comics, specifically Captain Marvel #2 in 2014. The planet is know to be mined for its vibranium, the substance that makes up Captain America’s shield and the entirety of Wakanda. Though there isn’t much more to go on than that, it’s exciting to know that we’ll be given a glimpse of the wider cosmic universe in the MCU come this March.

Captain Marvel stars Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, Jude Law, Ben Mendelsohn, and Lee Pace. The film will hit theaters on March 8, 2019.

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Danny O’Brien

Source: ScreenRant

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