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TRENTON, N.J. —  Josh Trank’s new movie, Captain Marvel, will be released July 17.

And, in a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, the director talks about the movie’s story, the first-ever trailer, and why he doesn’t want to see his work used to make “a movie that’s too good.”

Here are some highlights from the interview: 1.

Captain Marvel is set in a dystopian world in which the government has banned superheroes from the public sphere and superheroes are seen as an invasion of the privacy of society.

What inspired you to write the movie?

I wanted to create a movie that was grounded in reality, so I thought that would be the best way to tell the story.

Why was it so difficult to get the rights to a superhero movie in a certain world?

There’s a whole slew of things that went into that, including the fact that there’s an ongoing, long-running conflict between the government and superheroes that has taken place for a long time.

The government has been in control of the world for decades and they’re trying to destroy superheroes, so they’re really trying to push superheroes into the shadows and keep them in their little box.

2.

Captain America is the first superhero movie that you wrote for the studio.

What were your biggest hurdles?

I had to get permission to use the character for a trailer.

I had to go through an incredible process with the Justice League.

They basically came down and said, “Look, we’re not going to do this because you’re too violent, or you’re violent in your films, and you’re not able to bring in the characters we want to work with.”

They basically said, “We’re just not interested.”

I had no idea how to deal with that.

They said, you have to come up with a different character for this movie and that’s how I did it. 3.

The trailer for Captain Marvel opens on June 14.

How did you get that?

I went into the Justice Department with a letter saying, “This is our version of Captain America, and this is why we are doing this movie.”

And they came to me and said to me, “You’re going to make the trailer, because we’re going, like, we have to.”

I said, “I don’t have to do anything.”

They’re like, “No, we want it.”

So they made me come up to them and show them the trailer.

I said that was a mistake, that I wasn’t going to go in there and tell them, “I don-want to do a trailer that’s so violent, that it’s going to destroy the world.”

They were like,  “Well, that’s what we’ll do.”

4.

The film opens with a flashback to the 1940s and 50s.

How do you think the story has changed since then?

I think it’s changed a lot.

There’s a lot more of the history.

The movie was a little more progressive in the ’40s and ’50s.

But it wasn’t a story of people becoming superheroes, which is a very, very different world.

5.

The trailers for Captain America: The First Avenger and Captain America 2, the sequel to Captain Marvel’s first outing, feature a black actor portraying the superhero.

What was your reaction to seeing him as Captain Marvel?

I was so shocked.

I didn’t think he was going to be in the movie.

I thought, “Oh, I can’t believe he’s the guy.”

It was a huge shock.

6.

In Captain Marvel 2, Sam Wilson is portrayed by Josh Tranks’ son.

Is this the first time this has happened in a superhero film?

No, we don’t know.

It was just sort of announced that he was in there.

I don’t even know what that means.

I can only guess.

7.

Tranks also directed the trailer for the first Captain Marvel movie, but it was shot in 3D.

What went into this decision to shoot it in 3-D?

They had this big, massive, giant, enormous, massive studio that we could shoot on a massive scale and then they had this huge, gigantic 3-d camera that we couldn’t really use, because it would look like we were using a computer.

So, they just kind of shot it in three-D.

It’s an amazing experience to be able to use a 3-dim camera, and they were really excited about the fact they were going to get this shot and then the audience would be able