AceShowbiz - As "Black Panther" has been released since Friday, February 16, there has been a speculation about how the movie could have a tie-in with another Marvel movie, "Captain Marvel". After seeing the Chadwick Boseman-led film, many believe that the upcoming Brie Larson-starring movie may feature a "Black Panther" character.
[SPOILER ALERT!] Halfway through "Black Panther", Martin Freeman's Everett Ross is badly injured in an attack. T'Challa (Boseman) ends up taking him to Wakanda where they have the technology to save his life.
T'Challa's sister Shuri takes care of him, but he's confused as to where he is when he wakes up. In his confusion, he asks Shuri if she knows who he is. She then reads off details of his biography, which includes information that he's a former Air Force pilot.
Ross does show his piloting skill in a part of "Black Panther", but what leaves fans talking about it is the fact that Brie Larson's Carol Danvers also starts off in the Air Force before becoming Captain Marvel. As we've known, "Captain Marvel" is set in the early 1990s and the time period seems to fit in with Ross' time in the Air Force.
So will Everett Ross be featured in "Captain Marvel"? While plot details of the movie are still kept under wraps, Freeman, whose character briefly debuted in "Captain America: Civil War", has confirmed that Ross will appear in more Marvel films.
"They did [tell me my character's future]," the British actor told Den of Geek. "They introduced me in 'Civil War' and said there would be a couple of other films, one of which was 'Black Panther'. So that was always on the cards."
"Captain Marvel" is due to arrive in U.S. theaters on March 8, 2019.