Brie Larson's journey as Captain Marvel is only beginning in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but the actor has been very vocal concerning her hopes for Carol Danvers and more inclusiveness and diversity within the multi-billion dollar franchise. So it's not entirely surprising that the actress is still holding out hope for an all-female Avengers film.
The actor recently reaffirmed her interest in an all-female Avengers flick in an interview with CNET. "I'm still really into this idea of an all-female Avengers movie," she said. "Getting all the women together and getting them to work as a team ... would be so powerful and iconic."
"Just because having just seen Avengers: Endgame, getting to see all of those characters on screen, you realize the beauty of these new superhero movies is that everybody has their own special skills they bring to the table," she continued. "Their own, you know, superpower. And to see women work together, and in that way as a team, is not something we've seen enough of on screen."
In March, the actor expressed her hopes we'd see an all-female Avengers film, ala A-Force, at some point, though she stressed that she wasn't allowed into the secret meetings and didn't know what the future held yet.
While filming was underway on Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame, it was revealed that Scarlett Johansson, Zoe Saldana, Pom Klementieff, Karen Gillan, Tessa Thompson and Brie Larson all approached Feige about an A-Force/Lady Liberators-type film. And despite nothing have come it yet, they did state Feige seemed generally interested in their ideas.
Unfortunately, little details are known regarding what Marvel Studios has planned after Endgame Doctor Strange, Black Panther and Captain Marvel will get sequels, while James Gunn is back on board to close out the Guardians trilogy. And, of course, Black Widow is readying to go into production this June, with The Eternals and Shang-Chi happening down the line. And while that's surely a stacked line-up, that doesn't necessarily mean an A-Force movie is impossible. It's just not something that has been announced -- at least, not yet.
Brie Larson's Captain Marvel can currently be seen in both Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame. Both films are currently in theaters.