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Brie Larson, Marvel women talked to Kevin Feige about all-female movie

USA TODAY logo USA TODAY 10/10/2019 Brian Truitt

If there's an all-female Marvel movie to be had, Captain Marvel will lead the charge.

In an interview with Variety, Brie Larson said she and "a lot" of the other actresses from the superhero franchise have approached Marvel Studios president and head honcho Kevin Feige about teaming up down the line in the growing cinematic universe.

"We were like, ‘We are in this together, we want to do this,' ” Larson told Variety. “I’m not in charge of the future of Marvel, but it is something that we’re really passionate about and we love, and I feel like if enough people out in the world talk about how much they want it, maybe it’ll happen.”

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Feige has in the past expressed interest in an all-female Marvel film and, compared to where the comic-book saga started in 2008 with "Iron Man," the future is definitely looking very female.

Larson starred in this year's "Captain Marvel" – as well as 2019's huge hit "Avengers: Endgame" – and is line for a sequel, and Scarlett Johansson, the long-tenured actress who suited up as a supporting character in "Iron Man 2" and the "Avengers" films, gets her own "Black Widow" solo spinoff next year. In addition, Angelina Jolie will headline an upcoming "Eternals" film and Natalie Portman is slated to wield Thor's magical hammer in "Thor: Love and Thunder."

a group of people posing for the camera: Brie Larson (center left) would love to re-create this all-female "Avengers: Endgame" scene (with Gwyneth Paltrow, Tessa Thompson, Elizabeth Olsen, Pom Klementieff and Letitia Wright) in Marvel's future.

Brie Larson (center left) would love to re-create this all-female "Avengers: Endgame" scene (with Gwyneth Paltrow, Tessa Thompson, Elizabeth Olsen, Pom Klementieff and Letitia Wright) in Marvel's future.
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Larson recalled filming an "Endgame" sequence in the climactic finale that featured Captain Marvel fighting alongside the rest of Marvel's superheroines.

"To get to be with all of those women for the day ... it felt like we were a part of this like coven working together for this goal," Larson said. "It was an opportunity for us to share and hang out. And as many people know, a lot of the time women aren’t working together. It’s kind of been this new breath of fresh air for us in our industry that there’s more female ensemble films, which has allowed us the opportunity to really communicate with one another."

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