With the release of the upcoming movie The Marvels, Brie Larson will make her Captain Marvel comeback in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Beyond that, though, the actor is unsure about the character’s destiny in the series. The actor recently made the implication that people might not ‘want’ her to play the part for very long. Since she originally played the famous role of Captain Marvel, Brie has encountered considerable resistance from a segment of Marvel fans regarding her interpretation of the character (2019).
In the self-titled Captain Marvel movie, Brie made her MCU debut as Carol Danvers, although many fans criticized her for not being true to the books. She has been criticized for being overbearing and too direct. Many supported her as well, stating that the criticism was sexist because no one criticizes comparably powerful male superheroes in the same way.
She was asked how long she would continue to perform the part after the movie in an interview with Variety at the D23 Expo, to which she said, “I don’t know. Do you want me to perform it once more? I have no idea. I’m not aware of the answer.
IMDB and Rotten Tomatoes both had negative reviews for Captain Marvel when it first came out, which led the latter to modify how it calculated user ratings and include a “confirmed” option. Brie was also a target on social media. Her final appearance as Carol was in a post-credits sequence from the Disney+ series Ms. Marvel. The actress returned to the character for Avengers: Endgame. In the next film The Marvels, she will play the same part again.
The Marvels, a film by Nia DaCosta, stars Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau, Iman Vellani as Ms. Marvel, and Brie as Captain Marvel. The movie’s scheduled debut is on July 28, 2023.