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Marvel's Andy Park Discusses Captain Marvel's Costumes

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Mar 14, 2019 5:55 PM 3+ day ago

There's a lot to love about superhero films: the stars, the powers, the VFX. but one of the best elements is by far the costuming choices. Superhero costumes come with their own unique set of challenges. They have to be custom-made, and the need to look good both in static poses and in action sequences. Costume design can make or break a film: like Ruth E. Carter's Oscar-winning Afro-futurist looks in Black Panther, or Ryan Reynolds' poorly conceived digital suit for Green Lantern.

Marvel Studios Director of Visual Development & Concept Artist Andy Park shared some of the secrets behind his latest collaboration: Carol Danvers' suits in Captain Marvel. Park has become the go-to-guy for female character design, having worked on the looks of Black Widow, Scarlett Witch, Hela, Mantis, Nebula, and Wasp, in addition to Captain Marvel. And he wouldn't have it any other way:

"My whole career has been very female-centric and I'm very proud of that. Growing up, ...

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