It seems like Brie Larson isn't quite finished playing Captain Marvel yet.
The Oscar winner has played Carol Danvers in two standalone movies so far as well as other Marvel Cinematic Universe features like Avengers: Endgame.
Larson has had to deal with misogynistic trolls who weren't happy that she led the first female-centric movie in the MCU with Captain Marvel. The abuse got to the point where she considered leaving the role before The Marvels, but she thankfully stayed strong to make the sequel.
And, she has teased further appearances as Carol.
"I think there is still so much inside of Carol," she told Entertainment Tonight.
"I feel like getting to be on this team just cracked her open in a way that she hadn't been and I really loved that for her.
"You are like, wait, oh of course she would wear Crocs. I just loved her letting the shoulders drop a little bit, and not needing to feel like all the responsibility was on her. So I think that there is just so much more to go. She is just a great character to continue to grow with. It's like, as I am growing she is growing."
When pressed about her future as Captain Marvel, she responded: "I don't want Marvel to come for me, but there is something.
"There is definitely something, to answer your question, that I would want to say, but I am not going to... so."
The Marvels reviews
"The Marvels is the most fun I’ve had watching a superhero movie in a while! It’s hilarious, action-packed & full of girl power. Kamala was a stand out & so many moments surprised me. There was a great balance of the team, while dropping shocking bombs that will change EVERYTHING." - Pop Culture Planet founder Kristen Maldonado.
"THE MARVELS is an astonishingly wacky film. I had a lot of fun. Iman Vellani was born to be an MCU star. She elevates a tangled story into a Marvel nerd’s dream. Sometimes that dream wavers out of sync. But it sticks the landing." - Erik Voss of New Rockstars.
"Yes. So much yes. This film is so much fun and exactly what a comic book movie should be. It’s funny, silly, short and sweet, action-packed. Loved the cosmic sci-fi moments. Plenty of MCU interconnectivity without being overbearing." - Herb Scribner of The Washington Post.
"I went into The Marvels with extremely low expectations and it wasn't half bad. Iman Villani and Teyonah Parris are easily the highlights. Love their chemistry with Brie Larson. Unfortunately, the story is a huge mess with an underutilized villain and an underwhelming finale." - Nate Richard of Collider.
"Despite everyone on screen trying their best, The Marvels feels like it lost its battle in the editing room. Scenes don't flow into each other & you can't tell when the first act or second act begins. There are a few really dope scenes but studio interference might be to blame." - Andrew Salazar of Discussing Film.
"The Marvels worked for me. Female Avengers team-up movie packs in chuckles, cats, hairballs, and musical sequences. Much more episodic than a cinematic endeavour, but I think that's its greatest strength. Great post-credits. Loved my leading lady trio. Great visual effects. Jersey City represent!" - Clayton Davis of Variety.
"The Marvels is a good time at the movies. Definitely not everything works, and there are two cringe-inducing sequences that threaten to derail the whole thing. BUT DeCosta can direct action sequences, it’s never boring, and the leads are all very good." - Clarence Moye of Awards Daily.
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