Captain Marvel is going HOME.

Yesterday, Brie Larson posted an adorable photo on Instagram, featuring the clapperboard for Captain Marvel signed by the cast and crew, atop a calendar showing the newest hero made it through her final day of filming.

July 7 was just another Saturday for us civilians, as we recovered from hot dog gut and beer hangovers leftover by July 4; but for Larson, it marked a long-awaited homecoming followed by “FREEDOM,” according to her cutest ever homemade calendar, which also features a cat in a spaceship. Please, let this end up on eBay.

Set to premiere on March 8, 2019, Captain Marvel is set in the ’90s, and will feature Carol Danvers (Larson), an Air Force pilot whose DNA accidentally fuses with that of an alien’s, making her one of the most powerful superheroes on Earth, known as Captain Marvel.

??Avengers: Infinity War SPOILERS BELOW!??

Who do you call when a psycho with an Infinity Gauntlet starts obliterating half the population? Captain Marvel, of course. Because let’s be real: Only a woman can handle a villain like Thanos.

In the Avengers: Infinity War post-credits scene, Nick Fury uses his extremely high-tech communication device (literally this thing looks like a pager straight out of the ’90s) to fire off a message before evaporating into dust along with everyone who means anything to us. But—what luck! A star logo appears on screen to let us know the message went through. And who’s logo is that? Captain Marvel’s!

We expect the upcoming Captain Marvel film will be an origin story, followed by the fourth Avengers installment in May of the same year, which will most likely pick up where Infinity War left off. Sound familiar? This song and dance follows closely to what we saw with Warner Bros.’ latest depiction of Wonder Woman followed by Justice League. And honestly, we’re not mad about it. Bring on the female empowerment, we are ready. Gal Gadot and Brie Larson forever!

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Marissa Silva

Marissa Silva

Marissa Silva is editor-in-chief of the Pop Insider and the Toy Insider, the leading consumer holiday gift guide and toy review and news website. As a professional toy reviewer and an industry expert, she consistently reports on toy, entertainment, and pop culture trends and hot products. In addition to digital content management, Marissa contributes feature-length articles to the Pop Insider and leading toy industry trade magazine The Toy Book, providing retailers, manufacturers, and licensors with information on the latest in toy news. Marissa has been featured on the TODAY Show, Good Morning America, Fox and Friends, ABC World News Now, MSNBC, CBS, NY1, WPIX, and more. A board game fanatic and professional toy reviewer, she spends most of her free time shopping for superhero T-shirts, crushing at Mario Kart, and anxiously awaiting her Hogwarts acceptance letter. You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram @thattoygirl.