Brie Larson's Captain Marvel To Stand For Truth & Justice

Marvel Studios will finally grace us with a female-led film come March 8, 2019 with Captain Marvel, but until then Oscar winning actress Brie Larson, who will play the title character, has been championing the film whenever it comes into conversation. Now speaking to Sci-Fi Now, Larson talks all things Captain Marvel and more.

"To be fair, there are a lot of iterations of her, so there's going to be some people out there who think this isn't right," Larson explained.

While there is always that apprehension of not making the right character for the film world, it looks like the Carol Danvers we will be seeing in the future will be the one that is the perfect version in Larson's eyes. "She's a believer in truth and justice and she is a bridge between two worlds, between Earth and space," Larson said. "She's fighting between the flaws that are within her and all this good that she wants to try and spread and make the world a better place. She can also fly and shoot things out of her hands. And she's really funny!"

For Larson, this role has expanded her world as she comes from a home-school background she was very much in her own bubble until now. "Now I feel that I love connecting with other humans and I feel a deep sense of that," she said. "Being a Marvel family member now, it's still really surreal. I still can't believe it to be honest, so very 'pinch me'."

Training for the role is another part to check off the list, but the actress already has some experience working out thanks to being in the recently released Kong: Skull Island. "For 'Kong,' I trained for two months before and it was two hours every day and it was really, really hard," Larson noted. "I was doing it so that I was in a really great shape and I would look good in a tank top, but what I realised when I started shooting was that it was less about that and more about just being able to keep up with the pace of it!

"You just need to train your body and condition it so that it doesn't fall apart and that you can actually make it to the end of the movie. Just to be completely honest, I have relaxed with my routine since then. I feel like you have got to have that balance and know when it is time to really hit it really hard and then know when it is just time to chill out."

Captain Marvel opens March 8, 2019 with screenwriters, Meg LaFauve and Nicole Perlman, writing the script and Larson playing Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel. The studio is still searching for the film's director. 

Source: Sci-Fi Now


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