Brie Larson has come under attack for saying that too many while males are interviewing her on press tours.
Following her Wrinkle in Time comments about the movie not being made for them white males, Larson has doubled down by now suggesting that she would like less white males on her press tour as she "noticed it appeared to be overwhelmingly white male(s)" - according to an interview with Marie Claire.
Concerns are being raised that negative press could be problematic in the lead up to the official release date for Larson's concern of the ethnicity and sex of interviewers and reviewers rather than their journalism. This follows a GoFundMe to raise funds to buy movie tickets for girls to see the movie and Larson's previous comments that being Captain Marvel was her "activisim" for feminists, along with the tepid reception her performance is receiving for the 'bored' look shown throughout trailers and set photos.
Has Brie overstepped the boundaries of appropriate behaviour by pushing her film to be a anti-male & anti-white vehicle for SJW's? Or is what she doing empowering to young girls?
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