If you want to see Captain Marvel and follow all the updates that lead to the release of the movie on March 8th, you probably already know well about it; Goose cat will be one of the main breakthrough movie stars. If you are familiar with Comics Captain Marvel you know that the Carol Dunvers cat was originally called Chewie, as in the Chewbacca Star Wars fame. Goose – or rather, the four cats that play in the Goose – unfold a new name and make it their own, but I could not help but wonder why switch it? Especially considering the brand Star Wars also under the umbrella of Disney.
During a recent press conference for Captain Marvel I got an opportunity to sit with the director's duet Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck and put them this precise question. Here's what Fleck said:
"It was not a big deal. He just felt that Star Wars was such a part of the culture that she just felt we wanted to take him a bit, you know, nostalgia for movies Star Wars There are so many around us. You know, when we were children, Star Wars felt it was something from the 70's and 80's, and I think it was Chevy's comic spirit, but we felt that we like to just slip
19659008] "So, and just the idea to have a reference that would be so specific to the past Carol Dunvers as its past in the film , who was a pilot in the 1980s when Top Gun was out with a link that felt a bit more specific to her, while Chvi when the comics were written was very concise link it in time, but now with all the movies he feels more modern and less specific to its past. "
You can catch Chevy in action when Captain Marvel hits theaters across the country on March 8th. Also, do not forget to follow my full interview with Boden and Fleck as well as my chats with Bry Larson Lashan Lynch Samuel L. Jackson Gemma Chan and Judah Lowe on Collider.com and the Collider Quick YouTube channel in the coming weeks!
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