AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR Star Josh Brolin Says He Shared Scenes With CAPTAIN MARVEL Star Brie Larson

There have been conflicting reports about whether or not we'll see Captain Marvel in Avengers: Infinity War but Josh Brolin has now confirmed that he and Brie Larson share scenes in that and/or Avengers 4.

We've been hearing a lot about Captain Marvel's possible role in Avengers: Infinity War. There have been reports that she will appear in that movie and others that her scenes have been cut but what we are 100% certain of is that she'll appear in Avengers 4 next year. Regardless, Josh Brolin has confirmed that we will indeed see the Mad Titan Thanos share scenes with Brie Larson's powerful new hero. 

Interestingly, he names a number of other characters who were presumably on set that day but it's just as likely that he's talking in general terms about crossing paths with them while playing Thanos. 

"I thought, 'What the f*** am I doing here?' Because you're in a onesie, man. You've got to walk around in a onesie and imagine yourself as an actor with some impact. It starts messing with your head. I'm Josh, who's got dots on him, and a onesie, and a helmet can, and I've got Scarlett right there, and I've got Brie, and Don Cheadle, and Hemsworth, and Chris Evans, and Downey...I'm sitting there and I'm looking like I look, which is not 700lb and purple and eight feet tall. I mean, I'm feeling about as far from Jason Statham as one can feel at that moment, and yet I'm acting like I feel 10 times what Jason Statham is. I'm the man!"

Seeing Captain Marvel do battle with Thanos should be a lot of fun, especially as she's regularly been referred to as the most powerful hero in the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. Many fans believe her absence from this world has something to do with the villain so it makes sense that her movie is sandwiched between Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers 4 and that they'll cross paths in 2019.

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