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This Is The Marvels: The Brie Larson Redemption Story?

By Baiting Irrelevance Apr12,2023
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Brie Larson is back with an all-new trailer for her upcoming The Marvels movie. Over the last few months, this film has been the subject of much internet scrutiny. All of this has been fueled in large part by the recently announced delay. Initially set to release in July, the movie has been pushed back to November 2023. This came after numerous reports of lousy screen testing and behind-the-scenes drama. Although most of these reports are still unconfirmed, the delay greatly disappointed many fans.

The upcoming The Marvels movie will star Brie Larson as Captain Marvel, Iman Vellani as Ms. Marvel, and Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau. Although the advertising for this movie states that it is a sequel to the 2019 Captain Marvel, this film will stand on its own. With Marvel setting up for another Avengers movie during phase 5, the Marvels will serve as a springboard to introduce more Avengers Heroes. Although this is not the first time we have seen Ms. Marvel and Monica Rambeau, this will be the first time we see them as big world-saving superheroes in a blockbuster movie.

Is The Marvels Good

With the first trailer for The Marvels movie now officially out, reactions have been interesting to observe. For the most part, fans enjoy what they have seen. This movie will have a different tone to the 2019 Captain Marvel movie starring Brie Larson. One person who was noticeably absent for most of the trailer was Brie Larson herself. At least for the opening act and possibly the movie’s first hour, she will take a back seat.

This allows the audience to warm up to her co-stars, Iman Vellani and Teyonah Parris. For the most part, this does make sense. The Marvels does not serve as a Brie Larson movie, and it serves as a vehicle to introduce more Avengers. Marvel has been very open about their desire to introduce more female characters. The rest of the trailer did have a few general ups and downs. Most people will likely be excited to see Nick Fury again in action. He has been a staple of the Marvel Universe since the beginning.

One problem still exists: poor CGI. This trailer needs to do more to try and fix this issue. When it comes to visual effects, Marvel and Disney do have an abysmal reputation. The former president of post-visual effects, Victoria Alonso, has been fired, and many hope this can lead to positive changes.

Is This The Brie Larson Redemption Ark

One part of the brand new The Marvel trailer that has been very interesting to observe is the fan reaction to Brie Larson. Over the last few years, Larson has built up a bad reputation for herself. Now, whether you think it is valid criticism due to past remarks or just sexist trolls is for you to decide. For the longest time, I was aboard the Larson hate train. I was not too fond of some of her past comments, and I refused to watch anything she starred in. I made only one exception to this: for Avengers End Game.

Brie Larson Captain Marvel
Brie Larson Captain Marvel

At that point, I had invested too much time in the universe not to watch the conclusion. However, the reception towards Larson has changed over the last few years. Most people have moved past the comments that she has made and started to view her work more objectively. Now, how long this will last, I am still determining. If I look at the released trailer, many fans praise Larson for her performance. She is more cheerful in this movie and shows a broader range of acting, making her character more relatable.

Believe it or not, she looks happy in this trailer and showcases emotion. This was a deliberate choice by the Director. There is a high likelihood that showrunners know how fans feel about Brie Larson and want to make her more relatable to the audience. Thus far, they have done an excellent job. When I read over some of the comments, there is one typical reaction people have. The movie looks better than expected.

Why Are The Marves Being Delayed So Much

As stated, the Marvels have had a challenging time over the last few months. By this point, the movie has been delayed a total of 4 times. The film was initially scheduled to release on 8 July 2022 and was pushed back to November of the same year. Unfortunately, as 2022 drew closer, it became clear that we would not see the movie released. Instead, we got an all-new release date of 17 February 2023. Not long after this, the film was delayed again to July of 2023.

Most know the new release date will now be 10 November 2023. Some reports have suggested that the film suffered from poor screen testing’, resulting in Marvel calling everyone back to reshoot certain scenes. Others have suggested that there is some behind-the-scenes drama. A few unconfirmed sources claimed Brie Larson consistently fought with some of her co-stars.

The Marvels
The Marvels

The most plausible explanation I have seen thus far is postproduction editing. As most know, Marvel recently fired their VFX and President of Post Production Special Effects, Victoria Alonso. This is one of the main factors as to why so many Marvel projects are going through a delay. Special Effects is the backbone of these Marvel movies, and losing the leader of this department will undoubtedly mess up your schedule. However, even with all of this drama, it seems unlikely that we will see another delay. Fans of this movie can expect to see it in theatres on 10 November 2023.

Conclusion

Overall, we are still determining how this will play out. The Marvels does have some massive shoes to fill. With the first Captain Marvel movie making over $1 billion at the box office, many have high hopes for the sequel. The first movie has many advantages. First of all, it benefited greatly from the third Avengers.

Back then, Marvel was still regarded as the gold standard of superhero movies. Phase 3 was massively successful for Disney. Most movies released during this time were almost certain box office successes. Sadly, this reality is now in our distant memory. Since End Game, Marvel has dipped, at least according to the box office numbers. Although many still enjoy these movies, the superhero hype is lower than it used to be. The Marvels will have their work cut out for them. This movie will serve as one of the launching pads for the upcoming 2025 Avengers movie.

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