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Brie Larson don’t want to ‘Captain Marvel’ on tour ‘will be predominantly white man’: report

In anticipation of the upcoming release of “Captain Marvel,” actress and star Brie Larson is reportedly opted for a female journalist who has cerebral palsy for an interview with her after she realized that her previous press tours had a tendency “to be predominantly white man.”
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In anticipation of the upcoming release of “Captain Marvel,” actress and star Brie Larson is reportedly opted for a female journalist who has cerebral palsy for an interview with her after she realized that her previous press tours had a tendency “to be predominantly white man.”

Journalist Keah Brown, who sit with Larson, described himself in the Thursday, Marie Claire UK piece as someone who writes “about the pop-culture, disability (I have cerebral palsy), black and a woman.”

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Brown acknowledged in the article that Larson had “requested” her to perform the interview, which she said was “game-changing” and “the biggest opportunity I’ve had.” After the question of why they are chosen, the actress was talked about a trend she had seen.

“About a year ago I started to pay attention to what busy on my days looked like and the critics review the films, and saw it appeared to be predominantly white male,” Larson said. “So, I spoke to Dr. Stacy Smith at the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative, who put together a study to confirm that.”

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The previously mentioned study was conducted on the 100 highest grossing films in 2017 and determined that the white men made, an increase of 67 percent from the top critics, while the white women comprised less than 25 percent, according to the New York Post.

In addition, men of color allegedly made to 10 percent, while women of color earned a quarter of that percentage.

Following the study, Larson said in the Marie Claire interview that she determined to her days of “inclusive education.”

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“After a conversation with you, the film critic Valerie Complex and a few other women of color, it sounded like across the board they were not given the same opportunities as others,” the Oscar-winner went on to say.

She added that when speaking “to the facilities that were not provided,” each gave her “another excuse.”

“Captain Marvel” is set to be released on 8 March.

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