Brie Larson is kind of having a moment. First of all, she's starring in a new movie... maybe you've heard of it — this little film called Captain Marvel, which has already shattered tons of box-office records and claimed the honor of having the largest worldwide debut for a woman-led movie ever. Whoa, right?

"With Brie Larson in the title role, Captain Marvel has already surpassed the lifetime grosses of a slew of superhero films including Justice LeagueCaptain America: The Winter Soldier, and The Amazing Spider-Man," reports CNBC.

Larson is also set to appear as Captain Marvel (aka U.S. Air Force pilot Carol Danvers) in the next Marvel film, Avengers: Endgame. If the trailer is any indication, fans of the MCU can expect quite the wild ride. But some fans, however, aren't crazy about Larson's appearance in the trailer for the forthcoming movie. 

Is there anything Brie Larson can't do?

The 29-year-old actress is currently starring in Captain Marvel as none other than the captain herself. For those unfamiliar with her backstory, Captain Marvel is also known as Carol Danvers, a former US. Air Force pilot. So basically, she's the badass female superhero the world has been more than ready for.

Larson had to do some serious training for this once-in-a-lifetime role.

For example, here she is PUSHING A LITERAL CAR as part of her workout regimen. "A training highlight - pushing @risemovement almost 5000 lbs Jeep(with a full tank of gas and Alyssa behind the wheel for safety!) for 60 seconds," Larson wrote on Instagram. "In Captain Marvel @nike Metcons! It’s a strong vibe but I like it." Strong seems like an understatement, but we'll take it.

It's safe to say that Larson is seriously strong.

"A huge part of [Captain Marvel] is her strength. I knew if I could go through that experience, I would get closer to her and I’d understand [her]," she told Entertainment Tonight. According to Inquistr, her training for Captain Marvel involved steel chain pull-ups, weighted push-ups, 200-plus pound deadlifts, 275-pound hip thrusts, and — ya know — car pushing. 

Outside the gym, she's equally iconic.

Apparently she knows how to whip up a mean plate of fresh, homemade pasta. On Insta, she captioned the photo: "On my way to retiring as a Pasta Granny. Thank you @fgpizza. Best night ever!!!" She also appears to be a big fan of pancakes, as evidenced by this incredible snapshot of her preparing to devour an entire plateful. 

But back to Captain Marvel.

Larson is set to reprise her role as the captain/Carol Danvers in the next Marvel film, Avengers: Endgame. The trailer for the highly anticipated movie dropped last Thursday, and it pretty much set the entire world on fire (at least for MCU fans). People are very excited to see Captain Marvel join the Avengers squad to, hopefully, take out Thanos once and for all.

Unsurprisingly, some folks have ~thoughts~ about Captain Marvel's appearance in the Avengers: Endgame trailer.

Twitter user @Moondancer1626 made their stance on the whole makeup/no makeup debate quite clear. After that initial tweet gained some attention, they clarified: "To be clear, this is not in critique of makeup, wearing it, or wanting to. It's a critique of men changing the presentation of a female character because the way she was built didn't match their vision of how she should be."

One person argued that Captain Marvel wearing makeup seems uncharacteristic. 

If the captain hasn't been to earth since the 1990s — as was established in the Captain Marvel movie, why would she be rocking a fresh beat? "Why is #CaptainMarvel wearing red lipstick and a full face of makeup in that #AvengersEndgame trailer?" wondered Twitter user @morganerose__. "Carol hasn't been to Earth since the '90s! You think Nat gave her free range on her closet / makeup? You think Carol cares about fashion during imminent battle?" 

Others think it's totally cool for the character to wear makeup.

Why can't she be a world-saving, take-no-prisoners superhero who just so happens to hit up Sephora every once in a while? Women can be strong badasses and wear lipstick at the same time. And if anything, it'll be interesting to see how Captain Marvel maintains that flawless smoky eye during fight scenes.

Brie Larson: superhero, foodie, and ... aspiring beauty blogger?

One fan said what we were all thinking: "Drop the makeup tutorial @brielarson." Um, FACTS. I need to know which lipstick is Captain Marvel's go-to. And also, can we talk about that blush? Because that shade is totally working. We stan a multitalented icon who can kick butt and apply mascara like a total pro.

In conclusion, Captain Marvel and Larson can do whatever they darn well please.

"I know it's exciting and fun to be like, 'Will it sink or will it float?' 'What's going to happen?' 'Can women exist in the world?' 'We're not sure yet!' But women have been opening movies since the silent era," Larson told The Hollywood Reporter. "We have been part of every major art movement. People just push us away once the movement gains momentum and act like we were never really there." Preach it, sister.