Tom Holland, the iconic Spider-Man is honoring International Women’s day via his sincere support for Brie Larson on Captain Marvel’s debut weekend.
Tom Holland Support Brie Larson In is IWD Instagram Post
Holland, in fact, took to Instagram to promote Captain Marvel and wrote a message.
“In honour of international women’s day and my one-thousandths post, Captain Marvel is out [email protected] can’t wait to see it mate it looks awesome”. His post displayed Brie Larson masquerade as Captain Marvel.
Good news for Spider-Man fans! Tom Holland will soon return as Peter Parker in Spider-Man: Far From Home on July 5th.
Captain Marvel Women’s Day Release
The release date of Marvel’s first female superhero film was intentionally tuned with International Women’s Day. Danvers as Captain Marvel is basically playing a role that has several shades like Spider-Man. The character is, obviously powerful and dynamic. She, perhaps, has the strongest superpowers of all Marvel heroes.
As a matter of fact, Captain Marvel is the first Marvel Studios movie with a female hero. The movie is, however, compared to the Marvel Studio’s first black hero led film, Black Panther. Besides, Brie Larson, the movie stars Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn, Djimon Hounsou, Lee Pace, Lashana Lynch and many more. Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck directed this female-oriented movie for Marvel.
Originally, set in the period of 1990s, Tom Holland’s suggested movie reflects Carol’s origin. Danvers is, seriously, entrapped in the middle of a galactic war. The war is held between two alien races that threaten to demolish Earth into its next mission.
Will Captain Marvel Survive Long?
In summary, critics are not very hopeful about the success of this female dominance. Though a female-fronted Marvel superhero film celebrated its IWD release. Yet, it seems that the possibility of its acceptance is as vague as women achieving equality in the male chauvinist society.
Channel Giants To Honor Women’s Day
Moreover, both CBS and CNET are celebrating the International Women’s day via March 8 release of, and the network is honoring all of March by exhibiting of Marvel movies and shows. Similar to Tom Holland, the network is not only displaying the incredible women of the MCU, and Marvel comics but also presenting their influence on pop culture.
Hence, CBS sites have joined hands to produce a special report on the women of the Marvel universe. CNET has a mega-bracket showdown of powerful women; Entertainment Tonight highlights renowned women behind and in front of the camera, and TV Guide features the future of Marvel’s bold characters on the small screen. Furthermore, to highlight the scope of CBS talented women, the female employers throughout the company, in fact, penned, edited and produced every article, images and video in this CNET women-centric collection.