Brie Larson Discusses Her Future MCU Roles and Trolls

Brie Larson Discusses Her Future MCU Roles and Trolls ...

Brie Larson has certainly made an impact for Marvel Studios as Carol Danvers, the high-flying Captain Marvel. Larson has gone on to reprise her role as Danvers in "Avengers: Endgame," "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings," and briefly on the Disney + series "Ms. Marvel."

Carol's fans will be surprised to know that she will make at least one appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2023: She's going to lead her very own super team in "The Marvels," which will be released on the big screen in 2023. Beyond that, the future is more hazy.

Larson made a cheeky reference to an ugly piece of trolling that occurred back when "Captain Marvel" was first released at the D23 Expo in September 2023.

Larson seizes the microphone and asks if anyone wants her to reprise her role.

During the D23 red carpet, Variety asked Larson how long she'll be playing Captain Marvel. “I don't know. Does anyone want me to do it again?” she asked aloud, gesturing toward the camera.

"Don't be too modest!" the interviewer urged, but she just laughed and shrugged, "I don't know!" Larson cries. "I really don't know, I don't have the answer to that!"

The answer to this is far from certain. It's more revealing that Larson hasn't forgotten the shady fan abuse she received in her first Marvel film in 2019 on Rotten Tomatoes. She was also averse to reports of on-set disagreements with her MCU colleagues, which she denied in a series of 2019 tweets.

Here's hoping Larson has a positive experience with the release of "The Marvels," one that might motivate her to keep going as part of the new Avengers.