It's a fact that the Captain Marvel star opened up about how difficult it is to make films about superheroes in an interview on E! News at the Disney D23 Expo, 

but she also said that it's events like these that make all the work worthwhile.

Brie Larson taking about Marvel Movie

"It's extremely encouraging because you're doing something that you've never done before and in complete solitude for many years," Larson explained. 

"It's great to know that these are important stories that are meaningful to people, and can alter the course of a person's life."

The work itself is "redemptive," Larson added, "because you push yourself to the limit and require you to explore areas that you may not be able to out of your comfort zone."

When you hear The Room actress states "push yourself to the level," she means it. "Just performing an acting gig is a long-term commitment,

and people do not realize that a 12-hour work day isn't the longest possible day that we can get," Larson told E! News. 

"It's long hours and it can be very emotional but to top it off, there's this physical element that you're hanging from wires 50 feet up in the air performing combat sequences."