Brie Larson wasn’t sure about taking on Captain Marvel.
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Brie Larson recently admitted that she hesitated before agreeing to star as Captain Marvel. Here's what kept her from saying yes immediately.
It took Brie Larson quite a long time to finally decided Captain Marvel was the right role for her to take on.
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"I couldn’t deny the fact that this movie is everything I care about" The post Brie Larson on Why She Decided to Play Captain Marvel appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Oscar winner Brie Larson explained why she chose to accept the role of Captain Marvel and star in Marvel Studios' first film with a female lead. The post Why Brie Larson Finally Accepted Her Captain Marvel Role appeared first on CBR...
Brie Larson is all about high glamour on the cover of Vanity Fair‘s new issue! Here’s what the 27-year-old Oscar winner had to share with the mag: On finally accepting the role of Captain Marvel: “It took me a really long time. I had to sit with myself, think about my life and what I [...]
BRIE LARSON had a very specific reason to become CAPTAIN MARVEL.
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As I sit here on a Friday afternoon reading an interview about Brie Larson's prep to play the character, the yawning infinity of time stretches out before me. Who knows if Earth will even survive until this film is released? So many calamities could wipe us out before Marvel manages to get its shit together and make a movie with a woman at the forefront.