Brie Larson believes Faith Villani has brought Ms. Marvel to life.
Brie Larson It was all praise about her Marvels Co-starring Iman Villani. The actress couldn’t help but adore the 20-year-old Canadian-Pakistani actress. Larson also believes that Villani has perfectly portrayed Ms. Marvel in the Disney series of the same name. The duo is set to star in the upcoming film marvels, It is set to be released on November 10th. In addition to Larson and Villani; The film will also feature Korean stars Park Seo Joon, Lashana Lynch, Mckenna Grace, Teona Paris, and Samuel L. Jackson.
During an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Larson had nothing but good words when asked about it Iman Villani. She said, “Faith is the future. She’s the perfect Ms. Marvel and most incredible person and co-star. I’m so excited for her success and I’m so excited to see what she’ll do with her life because she can do anything she wants. She’s one of my favorite people on this ear.”
The actress further revealed that she accepted the role of Captain Marvel because she has always been a fan of Ms. Marvel. She believes Iman has impressively brought Ms. Marvel back to life. She said, “A big part of the reason I wanted to play Captain Marvel was because of Ms. Marvel and what that meant. Seeing that character be realized by such a brilliant human with so much potential is just a really exciting thing.”
Brie Larson thinks of herself as a big joke
While Larson has been a part of the MCU since 2019 through the movie Captain Marvel, she frankly admitted that she did not have much to share with the younger generation. She joked, “I feel like the big joke is always that you get taught by people younger than you.”
She continued, “So I’m sure there are ways that I’ve been able to serve her, but at the same time also, she teaches me so much every single day. I’m just grateful for her friendship.”
Fellaini thought otherwise, as Larsson could only accommodate the young star. In Vellani’s interview with Variety last year, she revealed that Larson has been extremely helpful to her. Of Larson, she said, “She was the prettiest. I was really shy and felt like whatever I wanted to ask would be stupid, but she didn’t make me feel like it.”
She continued, “She had a warm presence and made our Zoom call intimate, telling me all about her experience. She was like, ‘Seriously, if your mom needs to talk to my mom, we can make it happen.'” anything you want.’ Any time I had any trouble on set, I would text her and she’d make herself available to answer my questions, as silly or small as they were.”