What Now?! 'Captain Marvel' Star Brie Larson Whining About Lack of LGBTQ Representation in Marvel Films

Nick Kangadis | April 30, 2019
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It’s like members of the Hollywood Communistic Cult don’t want anyone to fully enjoy a film without the stars of those movies preaching to the rest of us how we should think about…well, everything. They’re so used to pretending to be people they’re not that actors and actresses want the average person to actually believe they are some kind of moral authority when, in fact, Hollywood houses some of the most immoral people on the planet.

Case in point is “Captain Marvel” star, Brie Larson.

Even before her blockbuster debut as the newest member of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), Larson was complaining about whichever SJW issue of the week was popular at the time. Whether she’s railing about the press who were promoting her film being “overwhelmingly white" or complaining about sound guys on a movie putting microphones on actresses — I don’t know, probably some #MeToo extrapolation — Larson always has some dumb explanation for her “wokeness” that she believes the rest of us need to abide by.

Yeah, not doing that.

This time Larson wants to preach to you about the lack of LGBTQ-LMNOP letter salad representation in the MCU. Here’s Larson’s comments that she gave to Variety’s “The Big Ticket” podcast:

That breaks my heart to hear that, because there’s no reason. I don’t understand how you could think that a certain type of person isn’t allowed to be a superhero. So to me it’s like, we gotta move faster. But I’m always wanting to move faster with this stuff.



Excuse me, I needed to vomit for a few hours.

First of all, who’s not allowing any type of person to be anything these days? Not only that, but these characters have been well established for years — well before Larson even signed on to play the converted-to-female character of “Captain Marvel.”

If a character was originally written as representative of the LGBT community, I’m fine with those character being firmly established as characters within that universe. But, when you ask for change in a well-established universe, you sound like you’re trying to to hard to pander to smaller portions of your built-in fanbase.

Surprisingly, people who responded to BuzzFeed LGBT’s Twitter post about Larson’s comments weren’t having it either:











Maybe Larson should do a little more acting and a little less preaching.

H/T: Chicks on the Right