‘The Marvels’ With Brie Larson Now Most Disliked MCU Trailer On YouTube

Kevin Feige looks to have a major problem on his hands as the 'Captain Marvel' sequel is not off to a good start.

Kevin Feige looks to have a major problem on his hands as the 'Captain Marvel' sequel is not off to a good start.

'The Marvels' With Brie Larson Now Most Disliked MCU Trailer On YouTube

The Marvels trailer starring Brie Larson, Teyonah Parris, and Iman Vellani is now the most disliked MCU trailer on YouTube.

Less than a week ago I pointed out how the trailer was the second most disliked Marvel trailer following She-Hulk as the worst, but now The Marvels trailer has received over 400k dislikes since then, and with over 600k dislikes, The Marvels trailer is the most disliked MCU trailer of all time.

The amount of dislikes also now outweighs the number of likes, per the official Marvel YouTube channel.

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Screenshot via official Marvel YouTube Channel

Woke media attacks fans for disliking The Marvels trailer

It probably didn’t help that following my article, Rolling Stone baited fans with a woke spin on my article with the headline “Brie Larson’s ‘The Marvels’ Already Has MCU Fanboys in Their Feelings” with an excerpt adding “Just say you hate women and leave, honestly.”

The article was destroyed by fans on Twitter as the article is basically stating if you don’t like The Marvels trailer, you are a woman hater.

Of course, it couldn’t be that the trailer is complete garbage and didn’t offer anything exciting about the movie, and it’s more of the same goofy content that fans have been put off by as of late similar to Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania which completely bombed at the box office. More woman haters, I suppose.

Calling fans names for not liking the trailer also brings up what happened with the release of the first movie with the Brie Larson white dude comments, Samuel L. Jackson’s political comments, and rumors that Brie Larson didn’t get along with her Endgame cast all of which certainly hasn’t helped with Brie Larson’s image or the likeability of Captain Marvel.

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Brie Larson unhappy? Probably

Rumors also offer all kinds of problems with The Marvels as it’s claimed that Brie Larson isn’t happy, and rightfully she shouldn’t be: Brie Larson is a an Oscar winner and starred in Captain Marvel that made over a billion dollars and she went on to be featured in Avengers: Endgame, one of the biggest movies of all time.

However, Kevin Feige stripped the sequel of the “Captain Marvel” title, and arguably Teyonah Parris now looks to be the star, with Brie Larson and Carol Danvers at the second fiddle and potentially out the door.

As I’ve said many times in the past, imagine if the Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, and Spider-Man sequels were stripped of their respective character titles. Wow. Heck, even Ant-Man has been given three movies.

The Marvels cast Brie Larson, Iman Vellani and Teyonah Parris

The Marvels is weak

The flick is also directed by Nia DaCosta who didn’t direct the first Captain Marvel movie and who is basically a newb with no directorial experience directing large-budget movies with heavy action and intensive CGI. What’s Feige thinking behind this? Did it work for Eternals?

Speaking of Teyonah Parris, her Monica Rambeau isn’t exactly a popular enough character to headline an MCU movie as she didn’t exactly blow people away in WandaVision.

Ditto for Iman Vellani as Ms. Marvel as her Disney Plus show is the least watched of all the Marvel shows.

So three characters, actresses, and a director that either no one likes or haven’t heard of and you know what? That’s a recipe for disaster.

Feige decides to put all three characters together (he was probably better off keeping Teyonah Parris’ Monica Rambeau away from the other two) as a way to entice his MCU audience? Feige’s only hope now is that the MCU fans have enough curiosity to see just how bad the flick will be, otherwise, The Marvels could be smaller than Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. It doesn’t have two Avengers movies to save it and it doesn’t seem to be tied to the Multiverse story. Didn’t I bet someone a thousand dollars on Twitter The Marvels wouldn’t hit a billion? Keep it.

Watch The Marvels trailer:

Marvel Studios’ The Marvels | Teaser Trailer

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