Marvel cinematic universe fans immediately imagined the two heroes and real-life friends pairing up as soon as Captain Marvel was released earlier this month. Fan artists like Bev Johnson took matters into their own hands, and Brie noticed.
— Brie Larson (@brielarson) March 18, 2019
Tessa was into it, replying, “WHAT. we so cute.” She was so into it, in fact, that she couldn’t resist sharing another colorful and romantic piece of artwork from artist Monika featuring the two together.
— Tessa Thompson (@TessaThompson_x) March 21, 2019
The two Marvel characters would make an undeniably powerful pair. In an interview with Cinemablend, Tessa said of the fan art she’s seen, “We were just like, ‘Look! It’s us together!’ I think we’re both new to the MCU, so we both retain the sense of like, ‘Can you believe!?’ We’re just like, ‘What? We got capes? What’s happening?!’
“We’re both really geeked out by having dolls and occupying this space. We’re like women’s women, so the idea of getting to do something that little girls are excited about, and people that identify as women feel excited about is cool.”
Tessa also has her sights set higher, expressing a desire in the same interview for an all-women superhero team leading a film in the Marvel cinematic universe. (Evangeline Lilly agrees.) There’s no shortage of incredible, super-powered women who could take on any threat the universe would throw at them. We know we’d be in the front row to see it.
the future is —- https://t.co/xoEO0znj5m
— Tessa Thompson (@TessaThompson_x) March 18, 2019
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