Actresses Brie Larson and Gal Gadot, who portray superheroes from different universes, recently shared throwback selfies on Instagram where they promote love over war. Despite playing different characters – Larson as Captain Marvel in Marvel Studios and Gadot as Wonder Woman – the two actresses came up with the same message, “Make love, not war.” Their fun selfies show that even though they may be competing on-screen, off-screen they stand united in promoting love and peace.
Superhero actresses Brie Larson and Gal Gadot recently shared throwback selfies on social media to promote peace over war, despite playing characters from competing universes. In the first photo, the actresses can be seen in their Oscar attire, with Larson sporting a pink Celine dress and Gadot in a black Givenchy gown. In a playful manner, Larson is seen strangling Gadot, who in turn is grabbing one of Larson’s earrings. However, the second photo shows both actresses smiling for the camera, portraying love rather than war. Unfortunately, it seems that fans of both superhero franchises will never see these two actresses sharing the screen together as their characters belong to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and DC Extended Universe, respectively.
Recently, actors Brie Larson, aged 30, and Gal Gadot, aged 34, posted two selfies on Instagram along with the same caption, ‘Make love, not war’. During the Oscars ceremony held earlier this month, the two celebrities joined Sigourney Weaver on stage, where they introduced Eimear Noone, the first-ever female orchestra composer at the Oscars. While joking about creating a fight club, Gadot, Larson, and Weaver helped Noone lead the orchestra in a medley of the Best Original Score nominees. Larson expressed her profound honor to stand beside her ‘fellow superhero Gal’ and Weaver, the legendary actor who ‘paved the way’ for them, citing her iconic performance as Ellen Ripley in the 1979 sci-fi/horror classic Alien.
During the recent Oscars event, Gal Gadot and Brie Larson shared the stage with Sigourney Weaver to make a groundbreaking announcement. They introduced Eimear Noone, the first-ever female orchestra composer to be featured at the Oscars. Through their respective films, both Larson and Gadot have shown that female superheroes can make significant profits at the box office. Wonder Woman, released in 2017, made $412.5 million domestically and $821.8 million worldwide, with a budget of $149 million. Meanwhile, Captain Marvel, released in 2019, raked in $426.8 million domestically and $1.128 billion worldwide, with a reported budget of $152 million.
The 2017 superhero film Wonder Woman, which starred Gal Gadot, was a major success at the box office. Despite having a budget of $149 million, it managed to earn an impressive $412.5 million domestically and $821.8 million worldwide.
The box office world was rocked in 2019 with the release of Captain Marvel, starring Brie Larson, which brought in a staggering $426.8 million domestically and a whopping $1.128 billion worldwide, all from a budget of $152 million. Meanwhile, Gal Gadot is set to reprise her role as Diana Prince, also known as Wonder Woman, in Wonder Woman 1984, scheduled for release on June 5. Both actresses have been busy outside of their superhero roles, with Larson appearing in the Netflix hit comedy Between Two Ferns: The Movie and the drama Just Mercy, while Gadot is currently filming Red Notice alongside Dwayne Johnson and Ryan Reynolds. Larson has already signed on for a sequel to Captain Marvel, undoubtedly exciting fans around the world.
The upcoming release of Wonder Woman 1984 brings back Gal Gadot as the iconic superhero, Diana Prince, also known as Wonder Woman. Fans can look forward to seeing her on the big screen once again when the sequel hits theaters on June 5.