Brie Larson acknowledges having pressed Kevin Feige for a Marvel women's movie


Image of the A-Force superheroines in Avengers: Endgame (2019)

It has been a while since “swarming” among the cast of the films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe the idea of ​​a women-centered movie, a kind of adaptation of the A-Force team of comics – although ABC is already developing an idea like that. There are several actresses who have openly acknowledged having commented with Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios, this idea, and the last to bring the issue up again has been Brie Larson, who already supported the proposal this past March.

During an interview with VarietyBrie Larson said the "Marvel women" have let Kevin Feige know they want to work together on a movie focused on all those female characters. Although Larson added that he doesn't know if this will lead to anything, He believes that if fans exert pressure, this could go ahead.

I will say that many of the women in the Marvel cast approached Kevin and said: ‘We're together on this, we want to do this’. I have no idea what that means. You know, I am not in charge of the future of Marvel, but it is something that we are very passionate about and that we love and I feel that if a sufficient number of people in the world talk about how much they want it, it may happen.

Tessa Thompson has been another of the actresses who have publicly supported this project, and in fact in November 2017 she pointed to actresses Scarlett Johansson, Zoe Saldana, Pom Klementieff and Karen Gillan as other actresses who had also exerted pressure.

Via information | Variety


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