Brie Larson, actress of The Marvels, may put up her Captain Marvel cape soon because, according to a recent rumour, she’s “disillusioned” with the role after receiving unfavourable feedback on the 2019 film of the same name. According to a passage in the book MCU: The Reign of Marvel Studios, Larson “grew disillusioned” with the role of Captain Marvel after facing criticism and online insults in the wake of the critically successful film of the same name. According to a recent interview with Joanna Robinson, one of the book’s writers, Larson had been thinking about leaving her role as Carol Danvers for a while. “Brie Larson holds a significant role in the MCU thanks to Marvel Studios. I’m not sure if Brie Larson was the ideal choice for the part. However, Brie Larson has decided she no longer wants to portray Carol Danvers as a result of the negative feedback, Robinson added. The depth of Larson’s dissatisfaction while portraying Captain Marvel is described in The Reign of Marvel Studios, along with the conflicts that other MCU actors encountered when portraying the fictional world. “It was unknown what lay ahead for those Marvel legends. The unexpected death of Chadwick Boseman and the exits of Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, and Scarlett Johansson had already taken a toll on the franchise, but more MCU mainstays were on their way out. The passage stated that Brie Larson became disillusioned, the Guardians of the Galaxy ensemble embarked on a farewell tour, and Marvel and Sony fought over Tom Holland’s custody.
At the worldwide box office, Captain Marvel brought in over $1.13 billion, demonstrating its enormous commercial and critical success. With a 45% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the movie’s reaction from the public was, at best, uneven. While some MCU fans criticised Marvel for how the movie presented the main character, others used social media to criticise Larson and the film. Samuel L. Jackson, a co-star in Captain Marvel, defended Larson vehemently against “incel” fans’ online insults because to the strong sentiments expressed in the remarks. Prior to a protracted break from the MCU, Larson previously played Carol Danvers in Avengers: Endgame. Prior to the release of The Marvels, the eagerly anticipated Captain Marvel sequel, Larson and her fellow actors faced criticism from the internet once more. In a clever response to the online trolling, the movie used Beastie Boys lyrics in a trailer that was published in April of last year to mock Larson’s detractors. The Marvels, which was directed by Nia DaCosta, has the shortest length of any MCU film—one hour and forty-five minutes—and cost slightly less than $275 million to produce, according to Disney. In The Marvels, Larson co-stars with Jackson (Nick Fury), Iman Vellani (Kamala Khan/Ms. Marvel), and Teyonah Parris (Monica Rambeau). As they explore a wormhole connected to the Kree, Carol, Monica, and Kamala’s talents continuously entwine throughout the film’s plot, leaving them to question why they always switch roles when utilising their superpowers. Jackson hinted that Larson is one of the MCU’s three Captain Marvels, giving fans a taste of what to anticipate from the follow-up.Follow us to get free & fast MCU Movies/Shows Leaks & News