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Captain Marvel follows the interstellar warrior Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) and a young, inexperienced Nick Fury as they team up to stop an alien threat. “[Carol is] his first extraterrestrial,” Jackson tells EW. “She opens up a whole new world for him.”

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Before starting her career as an interstellar superhero, Carol Danvers was a top-notch Air Force pilot in the ’80s. Captain Marvel finds her arriving back on Earth with new questions about her past. 

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Maria Rambeau (Lashana Lynch) is Carol’s old Air Force buddy, and these two have a long shared history. 

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What could be more ’90s than a trip to an internet café? 

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GOOOOOOOOSE. Carol picks up a fuzzy copilot in her travels: an orange stray named Goose. 

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Samuel L. Jackson wasn’t the only person to get digitally de-aged for Captain Marvel. Clark Gregg also makes an appearance as a younger Phil Coulson. 

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Ben Mendelsohn is mean and green as the shape-shifting Skrull leader Talos. 

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Carol can fly, shoot fire out of her fists, and absorb energy. So in other words, she’s not someone you want to mess with. 

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Thanos better watch his back. 

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When the film starts, Carol has left her earthly life behind to join Starforce, the intergalactic Kree military team.

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Even superheroes sometimes have to wait for the train.

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Remember what we said earlier about her ability to shoot fire from her fists? 

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“Ladies and gentlemen, this is your conductor. We are delayed because a woman from outer space has crash landed in one of our cars.”

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Captain Marvel’s uniform also includes a state-of-the-art helmet — a design ripped straight from the pages of the comics. 

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Here’s a better look at Carol’s Starforce companions: On the left, we’ve got Korath the Pursuer (Djimon Hounsou, making his Marvel return after Guardians of the Galaxy) and At-Lass (Algenis Perez Soto). On the right, Gemma Chan plays elite sniper Minn-Erva.

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But Carol isn’t always wearing Kree colors. Here she is in her red, gold, and blue ensemble.

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“You have this Kree part of her that’s unemotional, that is an amazing fighter and competitive,” Larson tells EW. “Then there’s this human part of her that is flawed but is also the thing that she ends up leading by. It’s the thing that gets her in trouble, but it’s also the thing that makes her great. And those two sides warring against each other is what makes her her.”

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Where can we get one of those S.H.I.E.L.D. hats? Asking for a friend.

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Carol also gets to go full ’90s grunge with a Nine Inch Nails T-shirt. 

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“She has a sense of determination that fits this character very well,” Jackson says of his superpowered costar“It’s a lot of work to get ready for something like this, and she did all that. She’s got the talent and the skill to make it something that’s going to be very special.”

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Part of Larson’s preparation for the role included meeting and training with real Air Force pilots — even going up for a flight in an F-16.

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“Higher, further, faster, baby.” 

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The Nick Fury we meet in Captain Marvel still has a long way to go before becoming the jaded, eyepatch-wearing secret agent we know best. 

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“The Nick Fury we meet is sort of a bureaucrat in an interesting sort of way,” Jackson explains. “He hadn’t become jaded or a slave to the cynicism that we normally see. He sort of respects the people that are above him, more so than the Nick Fury that people are used to.”

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Audiences got their first introduction to the Kree in Guardians of the Galaxy, but Captain Marvel takes us to the Kree home world of Hala for the first time. 

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The Kree mantra is “for the good of the Kree” — prioritizing the collective good over individual achievement. 

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Captain Marvel also sees the return of Guardians of the Galaxy baddie Ronan (Lee Pace). 

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Here we see Ronan looming menacingly over a planet. Is that Hala — or is that Earth? 

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Carol’s mentor and the commander of Starforce is Yon-Rogg (Jude Law). 

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“He is driven by a belief in the divine leadership of the Kree people,” Law says. “So he’s almost a devout warrior — unquestioning, conservative, but inspirational.”

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Yon-Rogg and Carol have a close mentor-mentee relationship. “These extraordinary powers she has, he sees them as something of a blessing and something that she has to learn how to control,” Law says. “That’s a motif throughout the piece, the element of learning to control one’s emotions and to use your powers wisely.”

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Carol and Yon-Rogg’s friendship doesn’t always sit well with the rest of their teammates. “There’s a lot and back and forth that comes with the two of them, which kind of creates a little bit of tension with the rest of Starforce,” Larson adds. “Like, ‘Why do they have a special relationship, and why isn’t it me?’”

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Minn-Erva is one of the most dangerous members of Starforce, thanks to her elite sniper skills. 

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Starforce’s missions take them to plenty of alien planets in search of their hated enemies, the Skrulls. 

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Starforce suits up for a mission. 

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The Kree have been locked in a lengthy war with their nemeses: the shape-shifting Skrulls. 

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The Skrulls are one of Marvel comics’ most iconic villains, and they make their debut in Captain Marvel. 

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The Skrulls are led by Ben Mendelsohn as Talos, seen here emerging from the ocean. 

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The Skrulls’ ability to shape-shift makes them the perfect invaders — as evidenced by this shot of Talos in his human form. 

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Fortunately for Carol, she still has a few allies on Earth — like Maria. 

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Maria and Carol have a long history from their time in the Air Force. “There’s a certain level of female sisterhood that I haven’t seen in a superhero film before, that we have in abundance,” Lynch adds.

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Still, Maria can more than hold her own. “Maria’s got a strength that’s undeniable, in that you don’t feel like you need to help her,” Lynch tells EW. “She is thrown into many a situation in this movie that she’s never been a part of, never seen, never experienced — and she just learns it, immediately. She’s very resilient and very strong.”

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We don’t have a clever caption for this one; we just wanted to give you another shot of Goose looking adorable. 

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Between Kong: Skull Island, Captain Marvel, and Larson’s upcoming directorial debut Unicorn Store, Larson and Jackson have starred in three films together. “Marvel was like, ‘Is there anybody that you’d wanna do [the movie] with?’” Larson recalls. “And I was like, ‘Please. I need to be with my pal. Don’t let me do it alone!’”

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Co-directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck make their Marvel debut with Captain Marvel, seen here on set with Ben Mendelsohn. 

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Jude Law and Lee Pace pow-wow with Anna Boden. 

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Ryan Fleck meets with Brie Larson during shooting. 

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“I was an introvert with asthma before this movie,” Larson tells EW. “I really thought when they hired me, ‘I am the worst choice for an action movie.’ And I didn’t know that I had a little Keanu Reeves in me! Who knew?”

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Larson prepares to take flight. 

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“This is not a superhero who’s perfect or otherworldly or has some godlike connection,” Boden says of Carol Danvers. “But what makes her special is just how human she is. She’s funny, but doesn’t always tell good jokes. And she can be headstrong and reckless and doesn’t always make the perfect decisions for herself. But at her core, she has so much heart and so much humanity — and all of its messiness.”

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