The first to lead a female superhero film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Captain Marvel, Larson feels that having the knowledge of directing films has improved her as an actor. During the promotions of her forthcoming film Avengers: Endgame on Monday, Larson told the media, "Directing makes me a much better actor because you see the entire process. Actors don't get to be part of pre-production as much...they are not seeing what everybody does on the team."
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She added, "Sometimes everybody gets caught up in their roles specifically. They don't see the bigger picture...how they fit in this larger scope. And with films like these in particular where it's beyond what's happening on set, there are people all over the world working on CGI, working behind the scenes and so having that awareness I think makes me a better team player,"
Larson put on her super suit once again to play the role of Captain Marvel for Avengers: Endgame, which is the last film in the over 10 years of storytelling produced by the Marvel Cinematic Universe.