Brie Larson Reveals Her Mentorship Role in the MCU: “It Only Gets Harder”

Brie Larson Has No Plans to Leave the Captain Marvel Role Following ‘The Marvels Fiasco
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Brie Larson is definitely not the most popular actress currently in the MCU, mostly due to her past comments and beacuse fans felt that her performance as Captain Marvel was a bit flat.

Despite the overall negative experience, the most recent being ‘The Marvels’ which for now, goes down in history as the lowest-grossing MCU movie to date, Larson proves once again that she is extremely wholesome and goes that extra mile to help actors who are new to superhero roles.

During THR Roundtable Larson explained how she is usually the first one to contact new superhero actors to explain to them the less glamorous side of the superhero business. Mostly, toilet issues:

I’m the first person to email everybody because it’s very specific and very strange. People are like, “I don’t know how to do this.” Yeah, no one does. Why would you? I’ll say, “Train, because you’ll want to be as prepared in your body as you possibly can because it only gets harder as the job goes on. And really understand how to be able to go to the bathroom in your suit.” The first Captain Marvel, it was a 45-minute thing to get me in and out of that costume.

Larson also revealed that her situation with the costume really makes it hard to act confident and cool on set, which is what everyone is expecting when you’re playing one of the most powerful MCU characters.

Brie’s character currently has the on-screen role of mentor to young Kamala Khan aka Ms. Marvel, and while we do know that Kamala will reprise her role in the MCU, we can’t be so sure for Brie. The actress however confirmed that there’s still so much to give:

I think there’s still so much inside of Carol. 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. 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…

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