Avengers’ Mark Ruffalo has proven he’s ready to Hulk smash the patriarchy by celebrating Captain Marvel and star Brie Larson on International Women’s Day.
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The Bruce Banner actor shared a sweet video on his Instagram, captioning it: ‘Happy #InternationalWomensDay! Thankful for all the amazing women in the world and the incredible work you’re doing, especially these days.’
He added: ‘I’m also thankful I finally have a women-led @marvelstudios movie to show my daughters, #CaptainMarvel. Can’t wait to watch @brielarson kick ass. And one last shout out to my wonderful wife, @sunnyspop_retail and our beautiful daughters. There’s so much to celebrate ✊🏻✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿.’
‘I just want to shout out to International Women’s Day, and thank all you amazing women in the world for all the beautiful work you’re doing, especially these days,’ the 51-year-old said in the video. ‘It gives me a lot of hope to see so many women leaders finally taking their rightful place in the power structure.
‘I’m also grateful that Marvel’s first female-driven superhero movie’s coming out with the amazing Brie Larson teaching our daughters that you can be a great superhero and a great person and do amazing things in this lifetime.’
Mark finished up the message with a ‘special thanks’ to his wife Sunny, his mum, and the other amazing women in his life.
Brie Larson stars in the female-led superhero flick (Picture: Marvel)The new Marvel flick has been famed for its focus on girl power, with actress Lashana Lynch describing it as a ‘classic film’.
She proudly told Metro.co.uk: ‘We as women in previous generations have done all this work to pass the baton onto the younger generation, and let them just literally carry the torch. And it feels like a really triumphant moment, that’s gonna keep going and going and going.’
And Brie is more than ready for more Marvel girl power, mentioning that she’s ‘super into’ the idea of an all-female Avengers squad.
You and us both, girl.
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‘We’ll see what happens,’ she told Screen Rant, adding: ‘I love all the female characters so much. So of course like that’s what I’m interested in.
‘I’m super into an all-female Avengers movie. Yeah, I think that would just be, it would just be cool to see all of them interact together.’
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