It's no secret that Brie Larson is one of the most (if not the most) polarizing actors in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and since making her big-screen debut as Captain Carol Danvers in 2019's Captain Marvel, the actress has been rubbing a lot of people the wrong way.
To many, Larson comes off as an incredibly self-absorbed actor and her alleged arrogance and attitude problems would often show during interviews. It also doesn't help that some people think her take on Captain Marvel is way too "feminist" and is nothing like her comic book counterpart.
Unsurprisingly, Larson is well aware of the criticism thrown at her, and while she's never directly addressed the allegations surrounding her "attitude problem", she has used her social media platform to clap back at her haters, and recently, Brie did just that.
Taking to Twitter, Larson posted a group photo of herself along with The Marvels castmates Teyonah Parris, Iman Vellani, and director Nia DaCosta following Marvel Studios' D23 Expo presentation. The 32-year-old star threw massive shade at the MCU's misogynistic fans, writing: "*trolls combust*"
At the same event, Variety caught up with the Oscar-winning star who was asked about Carol Danvers' future in the franchise. Sarcastically, Larson referenced the fact that trolls hate her portrayal of Captain Marvel. She responded: "I don't know. Does anyone want me to do it again?"
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Well, it's quite obvious that Larson is done putting up with her critics' BS but it's not exactly a guarantee that the hate train will stop anytime soon, especially with Danvers set for her big-screen return next year.
The Marvels is slated for theatrical release on July 28, 2023.