Brie Larson’s demand to lead the Avengers in the sequel has finally been met by Marvel
- Brie Larson beats backlash like the superhero she is.
- Captain Marvel will lead the team in Avengers 5.
- Spider-Man could have been a better leader.
Captain Marvel was one of a kind. The standalone MCU production made it in the box-office and became one of the highest grossing movies of Marvel. With that Brie Larson’s fate was sealed. Sure, she had her fair share of backlash and still continues to. But the lady has become a household name and I don’t think there is anyone who can ever take her place.
An ardent feminist at play
Brie Larson is known across the globe to advocate gender equality. Her feminist approach towards work and life in general is what differentiates her from the rest. If you are aware of the rumours (or might I say facts) about her demanding equal pay as her male co-stars in the MCU from Marvel, you must also be aware that she also demanded to lead the league in Avengers 5.
Damn right, Avengers 5 will see her as the leader
It is no secret that Kevin Feige adores her. Despite receiving so much backlash and seeing a big ass petition being signed for her to step down, Marvel had faith in her and decided to give her an even bigger role to shoulder.
Yes, Marvel has bowed down to her demands and decided to make her the leader of the league of Avengers In Avengers 5. Avengers 5 will witness many new and young superheroes forming the squad to save the world against evil. And the strongest superhero in the MCU will be leading the team into vistrit, of course.
Is she the right choice?
The original Avengers have passed on the mantle to the new ones. There will be no Black Widow, no Iron Man, and no Steve Rogers as the cute Captain America ever again. And as much as it makes us sad, the brand new team will probably bring to us ones who are deserving no less. However, for Captain Marvel to lead the team is not something I am personally in favour of. Why?
Well, for starters, she’s very new to the Avengers style of life and there’s a better contender who can lead the team.
With Peter Parker having been so close to the original Avengers, he makes up for a better leader as far as I think. The little guy had been the closest to Tony Stark, knew his ways around, had even fought with them in Captain America: Civil War.
It has been a while since he has been building trust between the viewers and the MCU itself. So, why not? Well, that’s entirely my opinion. What about you?