Brie Larson, our future Captain Marvel, is increasingly using her growing platform to try and do good in the world. Today, she retweeted a tweet from NY Times Magazine staff writer and host of the Still Processing podcast Jenna Wortham that contains a link to an amazing resource: the "Syllabus for White People to Educate Themselves."
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige offers an update on "Captain Marvel," and sings the praises of Brie Larson. The post Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel Will Be Marvel’s Strongest Character ‘By Far’ appeared first on CBR.com.
With some backlash starting to stir against Brie Larson being chosen to play Captain Marvel, former "Captain Marvel" writer Kelly Sue DeConnick throws support her way.
Captain Marvel will serve as the connection between Marvel's Earth-based films and their cosmic counterparts. The post Brie Larson Says Captain Marvel Bridges Two Different Marvel Worlds appeared first on CBR.com.
Future Marvel superhero Brie Larson explains how Kong: Skull Island is about more than giant apes fighting massive monsters. The post Captain Marvel’s Brie Larson Says Skull Island ‘Goes Against Convention’ appeared first on CBR.com...