On Jimmy Kimmel Live Wednesday, Brie Larson spoke about the new Captain Marvel ride at Disneyland Paris, and what it means to her. Larson grew up a huge fan of Disneyland, so not just having a ride based on her character’s namesake, but also getting to go on it, was truly special.
“I saw that they’ve got a ride, an Avengers ride including Captain Marvel, at Disneyland in Paris,” Kimmel said. Larson responded by singing, “It’s my dream come true.” “Is it really your dream come true?” Kimmel asked. Larson replied, “Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.”
For her YouTube channel, Larson recorded her visit to check out the Avengers Campus at the theme park earlier this summer. She got to go on the Captain Marvel ride and even got emotional, and her family and friends were there to share in the experience.
“My family came out, my friends came out, because they know I’m such a Disneyland fan,” Larson said, “and so all of them were like, there’s no person that this would be, like, a bigger deal for than me.”
JIMMY KIMMEL: I saw that they've got to ride, an Avengers ride, including Captain Marvel, at Disneyland--
BRIE LARSON: It's my dream--
JIMMY KIMMEL: Is it really your dream come true?
BRIE LARSON: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
KYLIE MAR: Brie Larson joined the Jimmy Kimmel Live Wednesday, where she spoke about the Captain Marvel ride at Disneyland Paris and what it means to her. Larson admitted to getting emotional when checking out the ride earlier this summer, and her family and friends were there to share the experience.
BRIE LARSON: My family came out, my friends came out, because they know that I'm such a Disneyland fan. And so all of them were like, there is no person that this would be a bigger deal for than me.
KYLIE MAR: The Captain Marvel ride is just part of a larger Avengers Campus at the theme park. But this particular attraction takes visitors on an adventure with only Captain Marvel and Iron Man.
BRIE LARSON: I had to do a bit of a tap dance, but I did. I got it done. It's a true, true, true dream come true for me.
JIMMY KIMMEL: It would be fun to throw up on your own ride. That would be a thrill.
BRIE LARSON: Would it? Not so sure about that.
JIMMY KIMMEL: No.
BRIE LARSON: No.
JIMMY KIMMEL: No.