The comic book character Captain Marvel has had a bumpy ride since first being created in 1967. The character has been male and female, alien and human, black and white. Over the last few years, the more woke version of Captain Marvel has been rebooted and many fans wondered what version of her would be in the MCU. Casting Brie Larson didn't help matters as her work in Room is mediocre and she chastised critics of A Wrinkle In Time.
Brie Larson herself, though, kept it all real during the filming and viewing of Captain Marvel and was not aware of the horrible fans that wanted her film to fail. Time to read from cheatsheet.com and discover how Brie Larson did it.
This isn't Brie Larson against the other members of the MCU cast. When Captain Marvel was released, there is a claim that some fans wanted to see the movie fail. According to Disney, the Captain Marvel movie grossed over $1 billion, so the film did not fail. Brie Larson beat these horrible fans at their own game. What will these fans think when they see Captain Marvel become the most powerful member of the Avengers? Thanks to Sony, there is no doubt that Captain Marvel will lead the New Avengers and the A Force.
There are many who didn't like the Captain Marvel movie. Each has their own reasons, but they really don't know. ScreenRant writer James Hunt is here to tell all the those who disliked the Captain Marvel movie why they didn't. Listen and you too can find out why the Captain Marvel was a miss with so many fans.
In 1977, Star Wars became a Pop Culture phenomenon. It spanned multiple movies, books, TV shows, action figures, and video games. But should have it only been one movie? Should George Lucas gone one to make other movies instead of more Star Wars films?
For 7 fabulous seasons, the fans of HBO's Game of Thrones have marveled and enjoyed the writing and story taken from George R.R. Martin's best-selling book series "A Song of Ice and Fire". Seasons 8 was announced to the last and the fans eargerly anticipated the closing of the story. From the first episode, however, fans have become disillusioned. The turning point for many was episode 4, “The Last of the Starks". A petition was started on Change.org wanting to convince HBO of redoing Season 8 and it has now hit 1,000,000 signatures. Will HBO ever respond?
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has had some pretty good origin movies over the past 11 years. Movie goers watched Tony Stark build his Irom Man suits, Thor earn the right to yield the Hammer Mjölnir, Doctor Strange learn and harness magical powers, and T'Challa fight to be the rightful Black Panther. With all that background, how well did the Captain Marvel handle Carol Danvers backstory and path the her powers? Did it sit well with audiences? Did Captain Marvel inspire young women? It is time to find out.
Brainmuffin (Bryon Lape, Lapis Anus), Erik Ward, and Liquid Metal Pro discuss the latest Star Wars problems (more reshoots for Solo, really??), the coming Deadpool 2, the H&M catalog issue (his mom speaks out), the Last Jedi, and even some Black Panther. Listen in and leave your comments.
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