Captain Marvel and Wanda Maximoff are among the prominent female superheroes in the comics world. The actresses who portray these popular superhero characters in live-action feature films are also greatly admired by their fans. Elizabeth Olsen portrays Wanda Maximoff whereas the Academy Award winner, Brie Larson plays the Human–Kree hybrid superhero, Captain Marvel.
While the on-screen chemistry between two overpowered superheroes is stunning, the off-screen relationship is something fans wouldn’t expect. The recent reports suggest that Brie Larson is jealous of Elizabeth Olsen and her recent success with WandaVision. Larson has been maliciously accused of jealousy towards her fellow superhero and co-star.
Fans want to believe that there isn’t any jealousy between these beloved stars, but Larson’s off-screen reputation has led fans to believe that she could be jealous of Scarlett Witch. The Room actress has shown her arrogant side on multiple occasions and has received tons of hatred. She garnered hate from the Marvel fans when she claimed that Captain Marvel is the strongest superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Brie Larson is envious of Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany for WandaVision
With time, fans’ hate reached the point, where they asked her to replace her role as Captain Marvel in the acclaimed franchise. The recent reports, mainly from the entertainment website DKODING suggested that Larson is secretly jealous of her co-stars. Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany returned for a titular role in the MCU’s first-ever Disney + original series, WandaVision.
The show became a global success and in the process led Larson to burn with jealousy. DKODING didn’t reveal the reason for the jealousy but clearly mentioned that the two actresses have a beef about which character is popular in the cinematic universe. However, fans weren’t ready to accept the news article from the entertainment website. Fans quickly came in Larson’s defense and slammed the website for using the false report to garner views.
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