Celebrating Women’s History Month – the woman who didn’t want to smile on demand

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Celebrating Women’s History Month – the woman who didn’t want to smile on demand

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Mohammad Khan, Staff Reporter

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Captain Marvel took the world by storm, making $455 million globally. The film quickly became a hit with fans and empowered women all around the world.

Fans are giving Captain Marvel the title of Female Power and that’s one of the main things Brie Larson wants to convey.

Throughout the many interviews and tv promos Brie Larson, along with Marvel, have been promoting Captain Marvel as the superhero for women.Although Captain Marvel has had fans and critics divided, everyone can agree it supports women and women’s rights.

Throughout the movie there are many scenes that depict accurate things women experience  on a day to day basis, like a biker pulling up next to Captain Marvel and telling her to smile. This is something Larson said in an interview that women deal with daily.

There are scenes that show Brie Larson’s character, Carol Danvers, being brought down by others and her being told she is not good enough.

There are also many scenes showing Carol Danvers rise up to the task and show people that women can do these things to. For example she is shown being a top pilot in the air force along with being a part of the military.

Marvel and Brie Larson want Captain Marvel to be an icon that women can look up too and have hope that women are just as good as men.

Captain Marvel is rumored to be replacing Chris Evans’ Captain America in the future of the mcu and will appear again in the long awaited Avengers: Endgame along with a confirmed planned sequel soon.  On top of that Brie Larson has been signed on for a 9 movie contract so fans will have a lot more a new captain for a while.

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