The movie which initially faced negativity from trolls has managed to move past its hurdles and achieve success.
In the utterly pointless argument of Marvel versus DC, it nonetheless remains worth noting that the dour, self-serious DC got its lady superhero movie out first.
User maxyartwork, who drew the image Gadot shared, posted a grab of the post to their own account, saying: "um hi so gal gadot wonder woman herself posted my art on her ig stories to support brie larson's captain marvel". Now, a video released by The Female Lead shows the same interaction from the event and Larson being interviewed by the young fan. Larson does a fine job-nothing more, nothing less-as Captain Marvel, with most of her shortcomings likely a product of the inconsistent script, which suffers from pacing issues and an overabundance of cringe-inducing lines.
Sharing some fan art of the two characters, she wrote the simple caption: "I'm so happy for you sister!" You can check out the video below. Again, Captain Marvel seems similar to Guardians of the Galaxy 2 which finished with just over $863 million, though it is possible if Captain Marvel doesn't have any legs that it could perform lower than GOTG 2, which only saw a 55.5% drop for its second-weekend box office.
Set in the 1990s, Marvel Studios' "Captain Marvel" is an all-new adventure from a previously unseen period in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe that follows the journey of Carol Danvers as she becomes one of the universe's most powerful heroes.