Captain Marvel may be one of the most highly anticipated films of the year but that doesn’t mean that everyone is on board to check out the film. The film will be the first female-led flick in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (Unless you count Ant-Man & The Wasp but both genders shared the spotlight there) and it would be interesting to see how this would all unfold once the film is out next month. Even with Brie Larson on board, the film isn’t guaranteed to be something magnificent but it would likely provide something entertaining at the very least.
Well, it looks like the film may be getting some hate for another reason that has little to do with its quality even before its release. The film will see its release on the 8th of March and some audience members are expressing some hate towards the film… which is fine (stupid but fine). However, it looks like the hate Captain Marvel is getting has more to do with Larson’s feminist views.
Captain Marvel‘s audience reviews on Rotten Tomatoes feature a ton of hateful comments for the film, many of which are directed towards Larson herself. These comments attribute to whether these audience members “want to see it” or are “not interested” in seeing the film so we won’t be getting a score yet. However, these comments seem to mostly be based on Larson’s political views than anything else. There were some “solid” opinions there both positive and negative but yeah, some people seem to really dislike her. Check out some of the comments below:
These comments are mostly related to some of Larson’s words surrounding the press junkets she attends in which she has noticed is dominated by white dudes. So, Larson is just trying to advocate for more diversity but it looks like her words may have been taken out of context. Then again, Larson does play the SJW card quite a bit. These guys are definitely not going to watch it but it’s pretty certain that the film is going to make a solid chunk of cash at the box-office either way so it really doesn’t matter. Whatever it is, Captain Marvel will see its release next month and it’s safe to say that we won’t be hearing the end of this.
Source: Rotten Tomatoes