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Brie Larson Wraps Filming On Captain Marvel

Captain Marvel is headed to the cutting room, as Brie Larson has officially wrapped filming on her upcoming superhero solo movie.

Larson, who toplines Captain Marvel as Carol Danvers herself, took to Twitter over the weekend to announce that principal photography for the film is complete. 

The actress shared a snap of the final slate for Captain Marvel, signed in black and gold ink by the cast members and crew, placed over her personal shooting calendar, which displays that Friday, July 6 was Larson's last day of filming. After she said goodbye to set and returned home on Saturday, July 7, she kicked off her week of well-deserved "freedom."

Earlier this year, Marvel Studios announced that production on Captain Marvel commenced on March 26, at which time Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and The Avengers star Clark Gregg and Guardians of the Galaxy actors Lee Pace and Djimon Hounsou were cast in the film, reprising their respective roles as Agent Phil Coulson, Ronan the Accuser, and Korath. 

A late March to early July filming window puts Captain Marvel on pace with the amount of time it's taken other Marvel Cinematic Universe entries to start and end filming (about three months). If the film, which also features Jude Law as Mar-Vell, Gemma Chan as Minn-Erva, and Samuel L. Jackson as an eyepatch-less Nick Fury, sticks closely to the mostly set-in-stone post-production timeline other Marvel movies have, fans might be seeing a teaser trailer or a poster reveal in the near future. 

After all, Marvel president Kevin Feige did once mention that the studio isn't making any Avengers 4-related announcements (including and most especially the film's title) until it properly promotes Captain Marvel, so it looks like we're about to enter the Captain Marvel promotional cycle now that the pic has finished shooting. 

Directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, who worked together on Half Nelson and Mississippi GrindCaptain Marvel will fly into theaters on March 8, 2019.