Brie Larson’s Marvel BTS Photos Show How The Cast 'Can’t Stand Her'

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Brie Larson might be expected to lead the Marvel Cinematic Universe into the future as Captain Marvel however, there have been rumors saying that the actress hasn't been getting along that well with the rest of the Marvel cast.

There's been a lot of controversy surrounding Larson as Marvel's Carol Danvers ever since she began making the promotional rounds for her first standalone Captain Marvel movie earlier this year. The actress was strongly criticized for her "anti-male" comments and for a few offputting interviews wherein Larson comes off bitter and defensive. The anti-Larson sentiment ballooned after rumors started spreading that even her Avengers: Endgame cast couldn't stand her (rumors which seemed to be based on her interaction with a few of her castmates in interviews).

In an attempt to shut those rumors down, one fan decided to take to Reddit to show pictures of Larson having a good time with her Marvel co-stars.

Check out the post down here:

Brie Larson with the cast that "CaN't StAnD hEr"
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"Brie Larson with the cast that ‘CaN't StAnD hEr,'" the Redditor wrote.

In the image, we get to see Larson sharing moments with her Captain Marvel co-star Samuel L. Jackson, and then with her Avengers: Endgame castmates Scarlett Johansson, Chadwick Boseman, Tom Hiddleston, Tessa Thompson, Benedict Cumberbatch, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth. She even has a photo were she spends time with the comic book legend, Stan the Man.

Larson's fans were quick to defend the post too. Redditors flocked to the post, commenting on how Larson seems to get along with her co-stars just fine.

What do you think about Brie Larson as Captain Marvel? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section below.

Marvel's next film, Spider-Man: Far From Home, premieres July 2, 2019.

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