Now just weeks away, Captain Marvel will soon introduce the masses to Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) and a vast cast of supporting characters as the movie dives deep into Marvel's Kree mythos. One of those characters is Minn-
As the press tour for the movie as kicked off in the
"I can definitely relate to certain aspects of her," Chan says. "I think there are parts of me in all the characters I've played. I can relate to her determination, her sense of
That said, Chan was quick to point out that there are even more traits of Minn-
"There are some things I can't relate to as much," she continues. "She now very much subscribes a particular ideology, which is the Kree ideology of their supremacy over everyone else and she's pretty fixed with that. I wouldn't say I'm quite so dogmatic in my beliefs like I'm more flexible."
Throughout all of the film's teasers and television spots, Minn-
"I would say it's a little bit of a - they've definitely taken it in their own direction in terms of their imagining of this team," Chan said during a visit to the set of the film. "There are elements of her there, but I would say it's a little bit different."
Are you a big fan of Minn-
Captain Marvel flies into theatres March 8th. Other upcoming MCU films include Avengers: Endgame on April 26th and Spider-Man: Far From Home on July 5th.
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