Brie Larson has been the face of Captain Marvel in the MCU since 2019. She is aware that she is not particularly liked among fans. When her debut movie in MCU came out, it was mainly disliked by the fans even though it made over $1 Billion at the box office.
The actress attended the most recent D23 event, where Disney displayed its upcoming projects. Larson and other cast members introduced The Marvels, the follow-up to Captain Marvel (2019), which directly connects to the Disney + Miss Marvel series and Wandavision.
When asked how long she planned to continue portraying Captain Marvel, Brie Larson said, “I don’t know,” adding, “Does anyone want me to do it again?
How long will Brie Larson play Captain Marvel?— Variety (@Variety) September 10, 2022
"I don't know. Does anyone want me to do it again?" https://t.co/lyxUEr5y6V pic.twitter.com/sz78oVWKBD
Although the actress’s tone was humorous, it is impossible to ignore the controversy that has dogged her since 2019 (more specifically, with the release of Captain Marvel) and how she has subsequently been under intense scrutiny.
While we wait for The Marvels, we can instantly catch up with Larson in Growing up, a Disney + project of hers that chronicles youngsters coping with their exceptional daily lives.
She also posted a picture on her Twitter trolling the troll army:
*trolls combust* pic.twitter.com/hTCOj7pwyU— Brie Larson (@brielarson) September 11, 2022