People.com Entertainment Movies Superheroes Unite! 'Wonder Woman' 's Gal Gadot Sends Shoutout to 'Captain Marvel' Star Brie Larson The DC Comics leading lady shared a sweet message to Captain Marvel's Brie Larson By Helen Murphy Published on March 13, 2019 10:38 AM Share Tweet Pin Email It’s a DC Comics and Marvel crossover! Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot shared a heartwarming message to her fellow superhero, Captain Marvel‘s Brie Larson, this week, celebrating the opening weekend of the first female-led Marvel movie. The actress, 33, wrote a sweet note for Larson on her Instagram Story, captioning a fan’s artwork of the two superheroes with their arms linked. “I’m so happy for you sister! Congrats,” she wrote. The post was later shared by Instagram account Maxy Artwork, who drew the image that Gadot shared. Brie Larson Can Push a 5,000lb Car — and Deadlift 250lbs — After Her Captain Marvel Training Earlier this month, Larson, 29, opened up to PEOPLE about starring as the first female lead of a Marvel movie. Dia Dipasupil/Getty; Jonathan Leibson/Getty As for how playing former airforce pilot Carol Danvers changed her, Larson said, “Just, in particular, getting strong, learning how to stand my ground, own myself, and value my voice. Those are things that I learned from her.” She added, “I’ve been very open about the fact I’m an introvert, I have asthma and I was able to push myself further than I thought possible. I’m excited to share her with the world.” WATCH: Brie Larson Dressed Up as Captain Marvel to Surprise Some Very Lucky Fans on Opening Weekend Brie Larson Says Playing Captain Marvel ‘Changed My Life’: I’ve Learned to ‘Stand My Ground’ Captain Marvel broke box office records over the weekend, soaring to a $153 million box office debut in North America. The latest Marvel offering continued the studio’s domination overseas, with a $302 million opening weekend, putting the total worldwide gross over three days at a whopping $455 million. The movie gives Marvel its second-best opening for an origin story, with only last year’s Black Panther raking in more at $202 million, andmade its debut at 7th overall in opening weekends for all Marvel movies.Captain Marvel is in theaters now.