Marvel Studios invited select members of the press to tour their offices on the Disney lots in Burbank, California on Monday afternoon.
During the tour, several new looks at films and characters coming up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe were unveiled, including Taika Waititi's portrayal of Korg in Thor: Ragnarok, but none were more exciting than the first female hero who will get her own film.
On display in one of Marvel Studios' offices was a trio of concept art photos showcasing Larson in costume as Captain Marvel.
The costume was pulled straight from the pages of Marvel Comics. The most notable difference is the downplaying of the yellow which grabs the eye of those looking at Carol Danver's constume. Instead, it is a much lighter yellow, which can appear to be white at a glance. Otherwise, the suit on the cover of Kelly Sue Deconnick's Captain Marvel #1 is a quite accurate representation of what fans can expect to see in live action.
Artist Andy Park did point out that the costume is still evolving and Larson has not yet tried on the design featured in the concept art images.
Beneath the pair of images which simply showed Larson in costume as Captain Marvel was a design of the character fighting a handful of mech-type enemies in city streets. The enemies had purple eyes, one pair of which were shooting lasers in the background, but Captain Marvel used only one hand to keep the immediate threat's attempted punch away from her -- and was making it look easy.
As for whether or not those images will be released online any time soon, it doesn't sound like it. Larson will make her debut as Captain Marvel in Avengers: Infinity War which is deep into production but Marvel Studios is looking to keep the focus on the four remaining films prior to the ensemble: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Thor: Ragnarok, and Black Panther.
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Captain Marvel hits theaters March 3, 2019.