Brie Larson Discusses Captain Marvel's Importance In The MCU And Her Uniqueness

One of the characters Marvel Studios will soon be introducing us to is Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel, who will appear firstly in Avengers: Infinity War before in her own standalone film. Danvers was confirmed to be played by Brie Larson back in July of last year.

Now Larson, while promoting Kong: Skull Island, which she plays in, was asked by Yahoo about the characters unique standing point in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. “Oh, my gosh,” Larson said. “Well, quite simply, she’s kind of like the bridge between these two worlds. She’s the bridge between what’s happening up in space and what’s happening down on Earth.”

Danvers will be a different type of hero for the MCU as her powers comes from being exposed to Kree blood, Larson believes that she will be a nice addition to the big-screen universe. “She’s coming to terms with these different parts of herself,” she said. "There’s a lot of humanity in her, and she is such a strong believer in truth and in peace. I think that’s an incredible symbol to have right now.”

In a separate interview with IGN, Larson again talk about her character's uniqueness. "When it comes to her, I mean, just the fact that she can be a bridge between two worlds, that she can go between earth and space," Larson explained. "And that her own personal place is in this little area between where earth ends and space begins that’s only her’s is so moving to me. I’m just inspired, I’ve been so inspired going through the comics and reading them right now."

One final remark Larson made was answering whether or not Danvers will rock her iconic mohawk or will keep her hair long, noting the online talk about it. "I can’t say anything," Larson said. "This is a big conversation. Every day I have people yelling at me on twitter like “You better have long hair or “You better have a mohawk” or “You better wear the helmet” or “You better not wear the helmet.” Someone’s gonna be mad."

The film is written by screenwriters Meg LeFauve and Nicole Perlman, the studio is actively searching a female director to helm the project. Captain Marvel comes out March 8th, 2019.

Source: Yahoo - IGN


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