Carol Danvers becomes one of the universe's most powerful heroes when Earth is caught in the middle of a galactic war between two alien races. (Disney/Marvel Studios)
Academy Award winner Brie Larson ("Room") joins Oscar nominees Samuel L. Jackson ("Pulp Fiction"), Jude Law ("Closer") and Annette Bening ("The Kids Are All Right") in the latest Marvel Studios superhero blockbuster. It's the final installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe before the highly-anticipated "Avengers: Endgame", which opens April 26th. Clark Gregg also returns as Agent Coulson. He and Jackson had to be de-aged in the visual effects department because "Captain Marvel" is primarily set in 1995. But for most who see the film, it will be Goose the cat who steals the show.
Lights Camera Jackson (a.k.a. Jackson Murphy) began his career as a film critic in 2006 at the age of 7. To date, Jackson has written nearly 1,000 reviews of new releases and, in total, has seen more than 1,500 films. In 2010, Jackson became the youngest person to win a NY Emmy Award, for his on-air movie reviews on Time Warner TV station, Capital News 9. And in 2011, Jackson was inducted into the Broadcast Film Critics Association as their youngest member. The BFCA’s annual Critics Choice Awards is one of the industry’s most recognized and prestigious awards shows. The 2019 three-hour ceremony featuring Hollywood's biggest stars of film and television airs LIVE on Sunday January 13th at 7pmET on The CW. Jackson is also a member of SAG-AFTRA and votes annually for the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Currently, Jackson's reviews are posted on his website, YouTube channel and Cultjer.com. He is also a contributor to AnimationScoop.com, run by animation historian Jerry Beck. And Jackson hosts the weekly internet pop culture news show “LCJ LIVE”, along with “The LCJ Q&A Podcast”, on which he interviews celebrities and filmmakers.