Published: Thu, November 23, 2017
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Captain Marvel Reportedly Eyeing Jude Law For Male Lead

Captain Marvel Reportedly Eyeing Jude Law For Male Lead

He would join Samuel L. Jackson is will play a two-eyed Nick Fury and Ben Mendelsohn is set to play the film's villain. Jude Law has joined the cast of Captain Marvel, the upcoming stand-alone Marvel Studios movie set to go into production next year for a 2019 release. Carol Danvers doesn't exactly have a great track record with her relationships, with a good number of them ending up dead.

He's played lotharios, vicious villains and movie heroes, but he's never appeared in a Marvel movie, until now. The resulting adjustment imbues her with the superpowers of strength, energy projection, and flight, so it's small wonder why Kevin Feige believes Captain Marvel could go on to become the strongest member lining the ranks of the Avengers.

Are you excited about Law's part in Captain Marvel?

Captain Marvel Reportedly Eyeing Jude Law For Male Lead
Captain Marvel Reportedly Eyeing Jude Law For Male Lead

Law has been confirmed for the role of Doctor Walter Lawson, a.k.a. Mar-Vell, which is said to be a mentor of sorts to Larson's Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel as she tries to figure out her newly discovered powers. There are now no specific details on his role, but Variety, which first reported the news, says Law will play a mentor to the new superhero. He'll also be seen in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, playing Young Dumbledore opposite Johnny Depp (ugh) as Young Grindelwald.

There's no word yet on what Law's role will actually be in the film. More on the Captain Marvel movie as it comes our way.

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