Brie Larson on online trolls: I promised myself that I won’t pay attention to it


“I made a promise to myself a long time ago that I won’t pay attention to either of it (positive or negative). So she is a great team player at the end of it. I remember distinctly being a part of comics where she was like in Mount Olympus, dealing with the gods and fighting and saving it but she had to get back to earth in time for her book signing and I feel like that’s such a huge part of who I am. “She’s definitely a go-getter. The international press and fan event was also attended by the film’s directors Anthony and Joe Russo as well as Marvel chief Kevin Feige. I just do what feels right in my heart and all that stuff is outside noise,” Larson told PTI when asked about dealing with online trolls. 0
Comment(s) “The character is so beloved that I want to make sure that the people who have loved her for so many years feel like seen and represented. She’ll, just like in the comics, continue to grow, evolve and change, as time goes on.”
Larson, along with original Avengers stars Robert Downey Jr and Jeremy Renner was in South Korea to promote the film. Latest Videos

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Larson has admitted to feeling like “a new kid” on the sets of Endgame, which will see superheroes suit up to fight Thanos after his finger snap that wiped off half of the universe’s population. I remember it seeing like, that’s who I want to be. And I feel like in some ways, I have achieved that,” she says. Not that outside stuff.”
Some fans have issues that Marvel introduced such a powerful superhero so late in the game though her stand-alone film has done record numbers at the box office. The actor, 29, says she relies on a close set of people for support. She’s extremely confident in her abilities but there’s also a confidence that shines through with all those characters, so I think it’s just the feeling of this immense power in the room,” she says. Even from her Air Force days, it was her and Maria (Karol’s best friend) all the way through. Popular Photos

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Larson says her character is “the strongest” and a “go-getter” but she is also a team player so fitting in was not a problem. The actor says she feels a similar responsibility with her portrayal of “Captain Marvel”. More Explained

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“I grew up reading Wonder Woman. I just stay true to that. The Oscar-winning star says she grew up reading “Wonder Woman”, which played a huge role in her feeling represented on the screen. There is a lot of anticipation and some apprehension about how Larson’s Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel, who was given a distress call by Nick Fury (played by Samuel L Jackson) moments before he turned to dust at the end of Infinity War, will impact the impending fight. That was very important for me and I was lucky that I had years to kind of get a handle on it. “I don’t find her to be someone who likes to overpower or dominate. Advertising

Larson’s casting as Captain Marvel, “the strongest superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe”, has made her a target of online negativity. Advertising

“I know who I am and I know what it is that feels right and what I want to do. And those other things about myself that I need to learn, things I can do better, I trust that people that love me and are close to me in my life, will tell me those things. Advertising

Avengers: Endgame, one of the most anticipated cinematic events of the year, will release Friday. As more time has gone by, I’ve realised how impactful that imagery was for me.