Brie Larson’s journey as the character, Captain Marvel is just beginning in the MCU, and the actress has been pretty vocal about her hopes for Carol Danvers and more diversity and inclusiveness within the shared franchise. It is not surprising that the actress is hoping to one day see an all-female Avengers movie.
She had reaffirmed her interest in this film in a recent interview:
“I’m still really into this idea of an all-female Avengers movie,” she had 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 realise the beauty of these new superhero movies is that everybody has their own special skills they bring to the table,” she had added.
“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 actress had sired her hopes that we would see an all-female Avengers movie, A-Force, though she had stressed that she was not allowed into the secret meetings and does not know what the future holds.
During the filming of Avengers: Infinity War and also, Endgame, it had been revealed that Zoe Saldana, Scarlett Johansson, Karen Gillan, Pom Klementieff, Brie Larson and Tessa Thompson had approached Kevin Feige about an A-Force/Lady Liberators-type movie and Feige seemed interested in the idea.
Unfortunately, we know very little details about the plans that Marvel Studios has after Avengers: Endgame. We will surely see sequels of Black Panther, Captain Marvel, Doctor Strange, and Guardians of the Galaxy. Black Widow will go into production by June, and Shang-Chi and The Eternals will happen down the line.