The latest updates and spoilers for the live-action "Captain Marvel" film reveal the official image of Brie Larson as Carol Danvers. Entertainment Weekly released photos of the upcoming Marvel film on their latest magazine issue featuring the cast and characters such as Nick Fury, Mar-Vell, and more.

The "Captain Marvel" movie will not be an origin story and will focus on Carol stopping a Skrull invasion on earth. The film's setting will take place in the 90's and will explore Carol's journey from being an ace pilot to a full-fledged superhero. She will also return to the in the fourth "Avengers" movie.

A first look of the Captain Marvel movie cast

The latest issue of Entertainment Weekly revealed Carol in her Kree uniform, both in standard green and her classic red, blue, and gold color schemes. Carol is also part of a Kree strikeforce called Starforce consisting of herself, Mar-Vell (Jude Law), Minerva (Gemma Chan), two unnamed Kree soldiers, and "Guardians of the Galaxy" movie villains Korath (Djimon Hounsou) and Ronan the Accuser (Lee Pace).

The EW photos also revealed Samuel L. Jackson reprising his role as a young Nick Fury, who still has his right eye and is a regular S.H.I.E.L.D. agent. He along with Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg) will assist Carol on her mission. "Bulletproof" TV actress Lashana Lynch has been cast as Maria Rambeau.

She's Carol's fellow Airforce pilot and mother to Marvel heroine Monica Rambeau. Her "Photon" nickname is a reference to her daughter's superhero name in the comics.

The Skrulls will make their cinematic debut and primarily antagonize in the movie. This also confirms that the Kree are at odds with them, teasing a mixture of the "Kree/Skrull War" and "Secret Invasion" arc.

Not an origin story

According to Screen Rant, EW stated that the "Captain Marvel" will not be an origin story as Carol Danvers already has her amazing powers from the start. She left earth as part Starforce under the command of Mar-Vell and comes back home to stop the Skrulls from infiltrating and conquering the planet.

Larson told EW that she was impressed with the drama and direction of the movie and Carol's story will separate her from other MCU films.

"That is something that is really exciting to me about this film: We did not cut corners on that stuff," Larson said. "Like, when it’s funny, it is funny, but also when there's deep emotional things happening, it’s real."

It is previously reported that the film's first trailer will be shown in November along with "Avengers 4." "Captain Marvel" will premiere in cinemas on March 8, 2019.