Playing Captain Marvel in two movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, actress Brie Larson still faces the opposition of many audiences.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) brand has been known and loved around the world for over a decade. Most viewers agree that Marvel Studios has very cleverly selected actors to play superheroes on the screen.
However, Brie Larson’s case is an exception. After two appearances in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Captain Marvel, the actress still made many fans frown.
Brie Larson is a talented actress. She won an Oscar for her role in the movie Room (2015). The beautiful movies that have played in the past are listed as art works recognized by critics.
However, Larson is not a familiar name to mass audiences. Accepting the role of Captain Marvel will help the actress’s name become more widely known.
Sharing with Entertainment Weekly, the actress said that she turned down the role twice. The main reason why Brie Larson does not want to play Captain Marvel is that she is afraid the character will make her become too famous.
The production team of Captain Marvel still persists in the belief that Larson is the perfect choice for the role. They continued inviting her to join the project for the third time. Finally, the actress nodded after being drawn to the complexity of the character.
In 2019, Captain Marvel brought Marvel Studios more than $ 1,128 billion from the global box office, according to Time’s statistics. The respectable revenue put Captain Marvel at No. 8 in the ranking of high-grossing Marvel Cinematic Universe films.
The majority of fans love Captain Marvel. However, there is no shortage of Marvel fans claiming to turn their backs on Brie Larson. They think the actress is ruining the film brand. Perspectives make many audiences confusing.
Another important reason Marvel Comics fans don’t have feelings for Brie Larson is that they think the actress doesn’t honor the character properly.
On Reddit, Marvel fans expressed they felt that the main character of Captain Marvel should be a man and stick to the Mar-Vell plot that Stan Lee introduced in the late 1960s.
Fan groups believe that the only reason the Captain Marvel version of Carol Danvers was chosen by Marvel Studios to put on the film is that they want to run after the prevailing feminism.
Some other fans felt that the combination of the script and the acting of Larson made Carol Danvers cold and distant. This makes it difficult for them to build empathy with the character. The disconnection leads to an unnatural feeling in Brie Larson’s acting.