I’m an optimist.
I believe that Captain Marvel is going to win the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in the upcoming film, “Sisters.”
If I were to bet my house on this, I would say it’s a 95-to-1 chance.
That’s why I believe it.
That makes sense.
And that’s why the odds are stacked against her.
That was my point in writing this column.
If it were up to me, I wouldn’t bet on it.
It’s so close, and I’m not even certain it will be.
But let’s take it for what it’s worth.
I’ll be a little more optimistic.
I’ve been waiting for the Oscars to nominate someone who has been nominated before.
I’m betting against that person.
I don’t think it’s even a fair bet.
So if you’ve been looking for a candidate to win, let me explain why I think Captain Universe is not worthy of the award.
I think this is going too far.
Let me start by telling you why.
For one thing, there is no evidence that Captain America: Civil War has actually been shot in a vacuum.
Marvel Studios has confirmed that it has been shot on location at Pinewood Studios in Burbank, California, and the footage was shot at the end of May.
This is the same time that Marvel Studios and Disney Studios held their first panel of the new “Star Wars” movie, which was announced on May 1.
The panel was moderated by a filmmaker who has worked with both Marvel and Disney.
The director of the film, Chris Evans, has worked on a number of other movies, including “Captain America: The First Avenger,” “Thor: Ragnarok,” and “Thor.”
It is very likely that Captain Earth was the first and only movie he ever worked on.
That movie was called “Captain Marvel” and starred Captain America, Black Widow, and Hawkeye.
Evans also directed the first two “Marvel movies,” “The Avengers” and “The Defenders.”
There are several things about Captain Earth that make it less likely that Evans was the one who directed the film.
First, Captain Earth is the only Marvel movie since the early ’90s, with a female lead, that was shot in the same place that Captain Avengers was shot.
That means that Evans is the first director of a Marvel film to shoot it at Pinoy studios.
This also means that he’s the only director of Marvel movies to shoot a superhero movie at Pinoys, in Burrito.
That is not a coincidence.
There are three Pinoy Pinoys.
It is not uncommon for a Pinoy studio to have a few Pinoy movies in their production schedule.
When Marvel Studios announced the film in January, it was widely assumed that Evans directed “Captain Earth.”
And when Evans appeared on “Saturday Night Live” last month, he was also quoted as saying that he had worked on “Captain Avengers.”
The other three “Captain Americas” films have all been shot at Pinay studios, as has “Captain Thunder,” which was shot on Pinoy Studios in Tokyo.
It also means, as I have said many times before, that Evans has been shooting superhero movies for a long time.
I also think Evans’ history of directing superhero movies is an obstacle.
His films, like “Captain Thor” and the recent “Captain American: The Winter Soldier,” were written and directed by someone who is the son of a superhero.
That filmmaker was Joss Whedon, who is also the son-in-law of Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige.
Whedon is a prolific director of comic book films and has worked primarily with DC Comics superheroes, like the Justice League and the Teen Titans.
But he is a man who is very attached to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
As a result, he has directed superhero movies in the past and is well versed in Marvel Comics.
In fact, he even directed “The Incredible Hulk” in the 1980s.
So he knows Marvel comics.
His directorial debut with “Captain Ape” was 2008’s “Ape and the Planet of the Apes.”
He has directed “Sleeping Giant,” “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” and other Marvel movies.
He is a seasoned filmmaker and knows how to work with actors, both in person and in the theater.
He knows how a superhero story is told and how a story is made.
He has a deep understanding of what makes a great movie.
So, for example, in “Captain Americans,” Evans directed two different versions of the Avengers: Captain America and Hawkeyes, the heroes who fought in the battle of Sokovia in the “Civil War” storyline.
The first version, which I watched, was set in the present day and was told from the perspective of the two main characters, Chrisjen Soloway and Zoe Saldana.