THE MARVELS: Insider Dismisses Recent Brie Larson Claims; Test Screenings Said To Be Very Positive

THE MARVELS: Insider Dismisses Recent Brie Larson Claims; Test Screenings Said To Be Very Positive THE MARVELS: Insider Dismisses Recent Brie Larson Claims; Test Screenings Said To Be Very Positive

Recently, some damning claims about The Marvels star Brie Larson began doing the rounds online, with the sequel dismissed as a mess. Now, one trusted insider has countered that with what they've heard.

By JoshWilding - Mar 14, 2023 08:03 AM EST
Filed Under: The Marvels

A few days ago, former The Wrap reporter Jeff Sneider claimed that The Marvels star Brie Larson was a "nightmare" on the sequel's set. He alleged that she clashed with her co-stars due to the fact Captain Marvel is sharing the spotlight and even accused the Oscar winner of "diva-like behaviour."

We've since heard, from our own sources, that the entire story is nonsense. Instead of the Captain Marvel sequel being a mess, it's said the recent release date delay us down to the additional time needed for post-production (and if Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania proved anything, it's that Marvel Studios needs to start taking its time with VFX). 

Sneider has had more than his fair share of correct scoops in the past, as has KC Walsh, someone who has now countered his comments with some of their own. 

Apparently, they've heard only good things about The Marvels, adding: "[The] movie has gotten more positive praise from test than other MCU films this year...sexist YouTubers use Larson as a way to garner favour with sexist and racists [and] [Jeff Sneider] is no different."

We'll leave these two self-proclaimed scoopers to argue this one out among themselves, but we've never heard anything about Larson being difficult to work with prior to this and her friendship with Ms. Marvel star Iman Vellani appears far from fraught. 

The truth may lie somewhere in the middle. What we do know is that The Marvels arrives in theaters on November 10.

THE MARVELS Director Nia DaCosta In Talks To Helm Second Movie In 28 YEARS LATER Trilogy

THE MARVELS Director Nia DaCosta In Talks To Helm Second Movie In 28 YEARS LATER Trilogy

THE MARVELS Star Lashana Lynch Hopes To Share Screen With These MCU Superheroes
Recommended For You:

THE MARVELS Star Lashana Lynch Hopes To Share Screen With These MCU Superheroes

DISCLAIMER: is protected under the DMCA (Digital Millenium Copyright Act) and... [MORE], and/or the user who contributed this post, may earn commissions or revenue through clicks or purchases made through any third-party links contained within the content above.

1 2 3 4 5 6
DrReedRichards - 3/14/2023, 8:46 AM

Take it from a fan, Marv, you can't afford that luxury any more...
SATW42 - 3/14/2023, 8:59 AM
"We've since heard, from our own sources, that the entire story is nonsense."

We meaning writers for this site? Should've made @rormachine write this article since he's the one who posted the original.
Demigods - 3/14/2023, 9:01 AM
"these comments have only furthered the irrational hatred many "fans" seem to have towards Larson"

I mean, she is kind of an obnoxious turd playing the know it all Mary Sue, shit head that she was born to play.

It's just that your politics align very closely with hers.
Origame - 3/14/2023, 9:20 AM
@Demigods - whatever supports the narrative.
Clintthahamster - 3/14/2023, 9:43 AM
@Demigods - You're blaming Larson for how the character was written? Or for taking the role? Not sure why you're mad at her, other than her being a feminist, heaven forbid.
pitbull76 - 3/14/2023, 9:48 AM
@ClintThaHamster - 100 percent facts!!!
The1st - 3/14/2023, 10:01 AM
@Origame - I personally sick of the narrative, but so many seem to embrace it
Origame - 3/14/2023, 10:08 AM
@The1st - I think they support it more because disney supports it. We have a lot of shills on this site.
Variant - 3/14/2023, 10:36 AM
@Origame - "Whatever supports the narrative." What narrative?

The "narrative" / "agenda" nonsense is getting so old.
Variant - 3/14/2023, 10:38 AM
@Demigods - She's not at all "obnoxious". The Brie haters really have to fabricate criticisms to hate hate hate. Lol. Man y'all are so full of shit.
Origame - 3/14/2023, 10:41 AM
@Variant - yes. The agenda nonsense is getting old. Now you're starting to get it.

Too bad Hollywood doesn't.
Variant - 3/14/2023, 10:54 AM
@Origame - That's like being in the 60s and calling equal rights an agenda. That's my point. Calling everything you don't like an agenda or a narrative is getting old. It's called progress and the people that have no ability to see perspectives other than their own get all twisted up about it.

This is what you don't seem to get.

So again. What narrative? What exactly is hurting you so badly? Women?
Origame - 3/14/2023, 11:33 AM
@Variant - except this isn't something most agree is an issue. And no it's not women. It's Hollywood elites who think they can preach to us instead of doing their jobs and entertaining us.
OmegaBlack13 - 3/14/2023, 12:03 PM
@Demigods - How is she playing a Mary Sue if Danvers is an established part of the Marvel Universe? You know a Mary Sue is an original character right?
Demigods - 3/14/2023, 12:37 PM
@ClintThaHamster - haha dude, you can be a feminist without being a twat.

she's perfect for the twat feminist character who acts like she's clearly right because she's a woman, and that justifies her argument alone.
Demigods - 3/14/2023, 12:41 PM
@Variant - haha dude I really dont care all that much. it's just funny bc you say "I dont like her bc I think she's obnoxious" and people have to act like I'm some anti-feminist lol

I dont like her and that's okay. I dont like the character bc she's been written to be a twat. Perfect match.

You like her? cool. lol. but it's not inventing anything
Demigods - 3/14/2023, 12:43 PM
@Demigods - what? At some point every character was an original character.

And her character was kinda shit on by shitty writers who turned her into a "might is right, but that's okay because I'm a feminist" turd.

Brie Larson has the might of cancel culture to support her every word. I don't really like her. That's okay. You do. Good for you lol
Clintthahamster - 3/14/2023, 12:53 PM
@Demigods - I think it's possible you have some personal feelings that are coloring your viewing of the movie. I've seen it twice, and certainly did not get "acts like she's clearly right because she's a woman."
Demigods - 3/14/2023, 4:53 PM
@ClintThaHamster - oh yeah, she wasn't actually as bad in the movie. I'm talking the comics.

Although the movie is totally like "I'm a strong independent woman!" like 40 times. And her character is a cocky and kind of annoying in Avengers. But I agree that they watered the character down in the movies, which is a good thing.
Sorry, I didn't make that very clear. lol
Variant - 3/15/2023, 7:06 PM
@Origame - Back then "most" didn't agree segregation was an issue either. You seem to have selective memory. Or maybe you just didn't study history.

And "Hollywoods elites" aren't preaching to anyone. They're making films the way they want to make them and they entertain people just fine. Just because YOU don't like progressive concepts doesn't mean they're preaching. It means you don't like it and are free to move it along.

It's not their job to entertain YOU. They're not on your payroll to make such an obnoxious claim. As long as there are people out there that appreciate a film, that's all that matters. Your arguments are always so self-centered, man.
Variant - 3/15/2023, 7:08 PM
@Demigods - Written to be a twat? What are you talking about? Her character is not at all anything like you're trying to describe. Yeah, you not liking her is fine. But saying blatantly untrue things to represent your dislike is where your argument is idiotic.
1 2 3 4 5 6
View Recorder