Actor Brie Larson, star of ‘Captain Marvel’ and ‘The Marvels’, is experiencing backlash on the internet for pushing NFTs.

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Larson recently changed her Twitter profile photo to an NFT image from Flower Girls, a company that claims to donate 20% of its primary and secondary sales revenues to various children’s organisations.

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However, given the broader issue surrounding non-fungible tokens, which includes concerns about the environment and plagiarism, fans are less than delighted to see the Carol Danvers actress participate in the crypto movement.

Larson was cast as ‘Captain Marvel’ in 2016, and the film was released three years later, grossing more than $1 billion worldwide. In the same year, she reprised her role in ‘Avengers: Endgame’, and the ‘Captain Marvel’ sequel, named ‘The Marvels’, began production in early 2020, with principal photography beginning in the summer of 2021.