Brie Larson grabs the new Captain Marvel fan, who should not surprise anyone who has been preparing the 29-year-old Academy Award winner for the 29-year-old Oscar winner for the role. For more than a year, Larson has been sharing snippets of their workouts including pull-ups, weight-bearing pushups, and a few slash-and-kick movements Thor .
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In an interview with members of the media, published by E! News On Tuesday, Larson announced that she had never exercised before being trained for her role as the first female lead in a Avengers movie. She said she was "more interested in my body in the past than ever being part of the conversation. "But instead of being an exercise in" objectification, "as she had feared, she gave the film an even better feeling of ownership of her body.
"I just wanted to be a brain, so I was only concerned with reading books and understanding words, and anything that affected my body made me itch," Larson said. "But this was an opportunity for me to … make my body mine."
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"Much of [Captain Marvel] is their strength," Larson said. "I knew that if I could do this experience, I would get closer to her and I would understand [her]." This is all to see in the latest Captain Marvel Trailer which fell on Monday featuring Larsons Carol Danvers, aka Captain Marvel, who fights a suspiciously strong old woman in a bus Space fights and fights Samuel L. Jackson's eye-flap-free Nick Fury.
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The last trailer aired during Monday Night Football had already reached nearly eight million views on YouTube on Tuesday morning. The first trailer for the latest Avengers strip appeared in September. Both trailers showed Larson's strength, which she hopes will inspire the young girls who will watch Avengers' first female movie next March.
"I think it's great that she's unfriendly," said Larson Character. "I think it's great that she does not apologize for her power … She never tries to shrink herself, and she can not be another person, even if she wanted to."