We now have an awesome look at Brie Larson as Captain Marvel

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Brie might just #BreakTheInternet today

Brie Larson has broken the entire internet with the first look at the "Entertainment Weekly" cover featuring Captain Marvel, in theaters on March 8, 2019. At the time of release, the film recorded the second biggest opening weekend of all time with $202 million and is on track to the become the highest grossing superhero film at the domestic box office.

Talking about her character to EW, the actress revealed: 'She can't help but be herself. In addition to Larson, you'll recognize other Marvel characters like Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) and Agent Coulson (Clark Gregg) in the movie.

When threats from beyond our solar system came knocking on our door, Earth only had one (and only needed one) solution to an extraterrestrial civilisation looking to add our planet to their empire: Captain Marvel. We've had space-beepers.

Another photo shows off Jude Law as the commander of Starforce, who acts as a mentor to Carol Danvers.

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Brie Larson plays Carol Danvers who gets involved in a galatic war between the Kree and the Skrull when the Earth gets caught in the middle.

Sending Marvel fans into an excitable frenzy, Brie sent a tweet to Entertainment Weekly that told us everything we needed to know. It doesn't look like that make-up allows for a very expressive face, but their design is pretty loyal to the comics. I like that it feels a little clunky like an actual uniform and not spandex - something Marvel has done well throughout their films. There's a whole cosmic collection of characters who can team up to fight the Skrulls, especially with Marvel potentially gaining the rights to the Fantastic Four and X-Men. Larsen told EW that Carol "can't help but be herself".

'She's also quick to jump to things, which makes her unbelievable in battle because she's the first one out there and doesn't always wait for orders, ' something Brie described 'a character flaw'.

So we're hoping she has the answer to ending Thanos. What ends up happening is that part of Mar-Vell's DNA fuses with Carol's granting her superhuman powers. This will mark the first time a female composer has been tapped to compose the entire score for a major superhero film, let alone a movie for Marvel Studios.

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