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“She comes down everybody’s got to sit the F**k Down”: Robert Downey Jr’s Iron Man, Thor or Hulk Didn’t Impress Joe Rogan Like Super Mom Captain Marvel Did in End Game

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Joe Rogan and his fascination with the superhero culture has often been seen in his podcast The Joe Rogan Experience. Known for inviting various renowned faces on the podcast, the UFC color commentator and podcaster has often stated how his life is influenced by these fictional supes. But quite interestingly, Rogan liked one of the most controversial MCU characters. According to him, Captain Marvel sidelined everyone during the final battle of Avengers: Endgame.

Joe Rogan revealed his dislike for a character in the MCU.
Joe Rogan

Worth to be mentioned, Avengers: Endgame is still considered one of the landmarks in the world of modern pop culture. The hype that preceded the movie and the goliath of the reception that it received made it immortal in the memories of both the MCU fans as well as normal moviegoers.

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Joe Rogan on Captain Marvel in Avengers: Endgame

Brie Larson‘s casting as Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel is one of the most controversial casting decisions ever. Many of the fans didn’t like her portrayal which also lead to a review bombing of the 2019 solo movie. Further Kevin Feige’s comments about her being the strongest superhero in the MCU also led to quite a buzz on the internet. Despite everything, Joe Rogan openly admitted his love for the Brie Larson character.

Captain Marvel will also be a part of the new Avengers.
Captain Marvel

In one of his podcasts with comedian Alonzo Bodden, while discussing about the powerhouses of the MCU like Thor and Hulk, Rogan stated how he was baffled by the power possessed by Captain Marvel in Avengers: Endgame. Watch the full interview here:

According to the 55-year-old commentator:

“What the f**k is Captain Marvel cuz that chick’s Trump. She comes down and everybody’s gonna sit the f**k down. Mom’s here. She is the superhero mom. Captain Marvel’s the number one. When to save the world, you call her.”

The scene where the Brie Larson superhero enters the Endgame battle scene and changes the course of the entire battle is still remembered as one of the iconic scenes. Theaters roared when she destroyed the ship and presented one of the several surprises of the movie. Now her character will be once again spotted in The Marvels.

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What do we know about Captain Marvel’s future in the MCU?

The Marvels (2023)
The Marvels

Joe Rogan’s superhero mom”, Captain Marvel was seen for the last time at the post-credits of Disney+’s Ms. Marvel. Now along with Iman Vellani’s Kamala Khan and Monica Rambeau, Brie Larson is going to reprise her role in the 2023’s The Marvels.

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We haven’t received many details about the plot yet. On the other hand, recently, Brie Larson addressed the hate received by her from a certain section of fans make her concerned about her future as Carol Danvers. But there is also a group of supporters who received the movie as well as her casting well thereby also contributing a lot to the goliath box office collection.

The Marvels directed by Nia DaCosta will hit the theaters on July 28, 2023, while Avengers: Endgame can be streamed on Disney+.

Source: The Joe Rogan Experience

Written by Subham Mandal

Subham Mandal is currently working as a writer for FandomWire with an ardent interest in the world of pop culture. Subham has written more than 400 articles on different spheres of modern pop culture and is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in English based in Kolkata. He’s also an experienced student journalist having demonstrated work experience with the Times of India. He aspires to be a column writer in the future.