Brie Larson Pose Big Risk For MCU Following Recent Comments

It’s clear that Larson’s time in the MCU has not been without controversy, in fact, the Academy Award-winning actress still remains one of the more contentious parts of Feige’s Marvel Studios to this day.

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Now, as The Marvels (2023) closes in on its debut, Captain Marvel pose an even bigger risk for the future of Phase Four.

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Despite Captain Marvel‘s success at the global box office and marking the first time that Marvel Studios had released a female-led solo feature film, Larson’s portrayal of Vers/Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel drew criticism.

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Initially promoted as Captain Marvel 2, Marvel Studios eventually confirmed the sequel would be coined The Marvels, focusing not just on Carol Danvers but Kamala Khan/Ms. Marvel (Iman Vellani) and Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris), as well.

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This posed questions of whether Larson’s time in the MCU will soon be over, replaced by the latter characters for Phase Five and beyond.

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If one thing was clear from Captain Marvel’s return, it was her immense strength and ownership over her powers, leading her to almost best the Mad Titan.

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Recently, comments from Larson have suggested that Captain Marvel maybe even more powerful in The Marvels which begs the question is the character simply too strong for stakes to even matter in the MCU’s Phase Four?

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Speaking to Insider, Larson who has also been attached to Star Wars commented on the Avenger’s strength in the comic book movie, and how she needed to work on her own physicality to bring the character to life successfully.

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She said, “In the first film she’s developing that strength, and so I was developing my own personal strength with this one […] She’s already got more mastery over her powers. She can fly now.”

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She added, “So having my body more limber, more ready for these types of movements like wirework, which I didn’t have to do as much on the first one, was the main goal.”

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A similar thing is happening with the deep-dive into the Marvel Multiverse. In opening these opportunities in television series like Loki, and movies like Tom Holland’s Spider-Man: No Way Home(2021) and Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022), Marvel runs the risk of eliminating any excitement, shock, and finality out of the franchise.

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Do you think Marvel could risk ruining the stakes of Phase Four and beyond?

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