Captain marvel Star Brie Larson has announced a big career change, telling fans it is time for her to return to her “first job”.
Brie, who is currently working behind the scenes on Captain Marvel after Wonders, announced that she will be retiring from her YouTube channel while marking her first anniversary as a vlogger.
In an emotional episode, the Marvel hero admitted to subscribers that she didn’t think she would be able to keep up with her weekly videos for as long as she did.
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âI didn’t think I was going to hit the one-year mark on this, to be honest,â she explained. “I started this chain because I needed to shake it off. I needed to feel like I could be silly and normal.”
However, for now, Brie’s weekly videos stop. Hinting at a busy work schedule, she said, “At this exact moment I’m going to have to slow down. I can’t keep making videos every week. I have to get back to my job, my first job – my job. ‘actor.”
In addition to promising viewers that her latest vlog wouldn’t be her last, Brie thanked fans for following her. âI had fun,â she said. âI have to do things that I would never have done otherwise, prioritize the fun and enjoyable things.
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“There were so many good times and I met so many great people … Thank you for joining me on this journey. I hope you found joy there because I found a lot of joy in doing them. “
Of course, it’s not all bad news – Brie’s decision to quit YouTube will only give her more time to prepare for her upcoming return as Carol Danvers in Captain Marvel 2.
Wonders, for which Brie performed one-arm push-ups, will also see Teyonah Parris reprise her role as Monica Rambeau from WandaVision, Iman Vellani as Kamala Khan / Ms. Marvel and Zawe Ashton as undisclosed villain.
Captain marvel is broadcast on Disney + and available on DVD, Blu ray and digital download. Its sequel, Wonders, has a release date of November 11, 2022.
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