‘Captain Marvel’: Brie Larson Triggers Fanboys Once Again By Brandishing Thor’s Hammer

Brie Larson as soon as once more had the final word kiss-off for fanboy web trolls who don’t consider that the “Captain Marvel” star is able to shouldering a film within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The actress, who performs superhero Carol Danvers, took to Instagram to point out off the truth that she will, certainly, raise Thor’s hammer — actually, sure, however the picture additionally holds nice metaphorical energy. See her put up under.

This isn’t the primary time that Larson, who lately starred in “Avengers: Endgame” and can topline the introduced “Captain Marvel” sequel, has needed to reply to the fanboys, who beforehand beat the movie in opposition to the rocks because of a supposedly triggering deleted scene amongst different complaints.

The Academy Award-winning actress, who has lengthy been a vocal proponent of parity for ladies in movie and tv, is clearly reveling within the probability to stay it to the trolls who assume a feminine can’t lead a Marvel movie. These pods of poisonous masculinity have been beforehand threatened sufficient by “Captain Marvel” to try to tank the movie’s optimistic rating on Rotten Tomatoes previous to the movie’s launch again in Could of 2019.

A Larson fan account on Twitter was fast to level out the web bros who assume Larson can’t truly wield Thor’s hammer. The account goes on to trumpet Larson’s “dangerous bitch power.”

Larson has lengthy been adamant concerning the movie’s highly effective message, and what it means for the state of girls in movie. Just lately, in an interview, she mentioned in response to critics’ bafflement on the movie’s $1 billion-plus gross, “I perceive movie historical past. I do know that the movie trade began with a majority of girls. It began with ladies filmmakers. This bizarre thought that ladies possibly can’t open motion pictures or will not be essential to storytelling or the feminine story shouldn’t be excessive artwork, it’s bogus. I don’t need to for a second purchase into it.”

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Larson additionally added, “I’m very grateful to have damaged this glass ceiling of normalizing the idea that ladies also can make a billion {dollars}. I don’t know why that was so arduous to understand within the first place. It’s similar to we’re human, no matter. If folks wanted this to be one other reminder this decade [that minority groups can open movies and make a billion dollars] then nice, I’m right here, I did it.”

Take that, trolls.

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