“Oscars Throwback: Brie Larson and Gal Gadot’s Epic Marvel-DC Crossover Selfies”

Brie Larson and Gal Gadot, two actresses famous for portraying superheroes from different universes, recently shared throwback selfies on Instagram. Despite playing characters who are often in opposition with one another, the actresses showed support for love, not war, in their identical captions. Larson is best known for her role as Captain Marvel in Marvel Studios’ films, while Gadot’s portrayal of Wonder Woman has earned her global recognition. The pair’s fun and lighthearted selfies were a powerful message of peace and unity.

War: While they play characters who inhabit competing superhero universes, Brie Larson and Gal Gadot promoted love not war in throwback selfies

Brie Larson and Gal Gadot, who play superheroes from competing universes, recently shared throwback selfies on social media promoting love over war. In the first photo, Larson wore a pink caped Celine dress while Gadot donned a black Givenchy gown. The playful image showed Larson pretending to strangle Gadot, who grabbed one of her earrings. This photo symbolized the “war” part of their statement. However, in the second photo, both women smiled for the camera, representing the love aspect. Unfortunately, fans won’t get to see both characters on screen together as Captain Marvel belongs to the Marvel Cinematic Universe while Wonder Woman is part of the DC Extended Universe.

Love: Both Larson, 30, and Gadot, 34, shared a pair of selfies on Instagram Thursday, with identical captions - 'Make love, not war'

Larson, aged 30, and Gadot, aged 34, have expressed their love through a couple of selfies on Instagram. The captions of both the posts were the same, which read – ‘Make love, not war’.

During the recent Oscars ceremony, Gal Gadot and Brie Larson joined forces with Sigourney Weaver to introduce Eimear Noone, who became the first female composer to lead the orchestra at the event. Noone then conducted a medley of the Best Original Score nominees while Gadot, Larson, and Weaver joked about forming a fight club. Larson expressed her gratitude in standing alongside her superhero colleague Gal and Weaver, who had paved the way for them, alluding to her iconic role as Ellen Ripley in the sci-fi/horror film Alien, released in 1979.

Oscar trio: At the Oscars earlier this month, both Gadot and Larson took the stage alongside Sigourney Weaver to introduce the first ever female orchestra composer at the Oscars, Eimear Noone

During the recent Oscars ceremony, Gal Gadot and Brie Larson teamed up with Sigourney Weaver to introduce Eimear Noone, the first female orchestra composer to grace the Oscars stage. The two actresses also proved that female superheroes can be just as successful as their male counterparts at the box office. Gadot’s 2017 film Wonder Woman brought in an impressive $412.5 million domestically and $821.8 million globally, despite a budget of $149 million. Similarly, Larson’s 2019 film Captain Marvel earned $426.8 million domestically and a staggering $1.128 billion worldwide, with a reported budget of $152 million.

Wonder Woman: Gadot's 2017 blockbuster Wonder Woman earned $412.5 million domestic and $821.8 million worldwide from a $149 million budget

The 2017 movie Wonder Woman, starring Gal Gadot, was a huge success. It earned a whopping $412.5 million in the domestic box office, and an even more impressive $821.8 million worldwide. The film was made with a budget of $149 million.

Captain Marvel: Larson's 2019 smash hit Captain Marvel earned $426.8 million domestic and $1.128 billion worldwide, from a reported $152 million budget

The 2019 blockbuster Captain Marvel, starring Larson, was a huge success at the box office. It generated a whopping $426.8 million in the domestic market and an impressive $1.128 billion worldwide, all while being made on a budget of around $152 million.

Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot is set to reprise her role as Diana Prince in the upcoming Wonder Woman 1984 movie, scheduled for a June 5 release. Gadot and Captain Marvel actress Brie Larson both appeared on Netflix’s Between Two Ferns: The Movie, with Larson also starring in the drama Just Mercy. Meanwhile, Larson is set to return for a sequel to Captain Marvel, while Gadot is busy filming Red Notice alongside Dwayne Johnson and Ryan Reynolds.

Sequel: Gadot returns as Diana Prince, a.k.a. Wonder Woman, in Wonder Woman 1984, which is slated for release on June 5

The next installment in the Wonder Woman movie franchise is coming soon! Gal Gadot will be reprising her role as Diana Prince, or as we all know her, Wonder Woman. The movie, titled Wonder Woman 1984, is set to hit theaters on June 5th. Get ready for more action-packed adventures with our favorite superheroine!

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