Larson, who has become the first to lead a female superhero in the MCU with 'Captain Marvel', feels that having the knowledge of directing films has improved her as an actor.
The actor said she is "grateful" to have broken the "glass ceiling of normalising the concept that women can also make a billion dollars."
The film also registered the second-highest domestic opening weekend for a solo MCU character debut to last year's "Black Panther".
The film earned Rs 15.49 crore on day one, Rs 16.79 crore GBOC on day two and Rs 16.19 crore on day three, taking the total to Rs 48.47 crore.
Some reading up suggests that a comedy, The Muppet (1979), was among the earliest films to use this.
Samuel Jackson has expressed his desire to act in the next installment of SS Rajamouli’s acclaimed war-drama franchise, Baahubali.
Captain Marvel is also the last film with a cameo of Stan Lee and the last before its biggest film, 'Avengers: Endgame', hits theatres this April.
Larson and Lashana Lynch, who plays fellow test pilot Maria Rambeau, visited Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas, for a once-in-a-lifetime training and experiences in an F-16 fighter jet.
It is the first Marvel female superhero movie, steered by an Oscar-winning actor, equally known for being a vocal women's rights activist.
Samuel L Jackson talks about what it’s like to be able to go back to explore the iconic character’s past, collaborating with Brie Larson, and seeing her thrive as the hero she truly is, and much more
The Oscar winner toiled for nine months in the gym before she started shooting and said the training experience which required her to lift weights confronted her with many gender norms.
Larson stars as US Airforce pilot Carol Danvers, who becomes one of the universe's most powerful heroes, Captain Marvel.
Boden, who has co-directed the first female-fronted Marvel superhero film "Captain Marvel" along with Ryan Fleck, said making a film on a character which already enjoys immense fan following.
Larson also said that her strength training didn't just transform her physically, but also helped her prepare mentally.
In one of the most awaited films this year, Larson will be seen playing Carol Danvers, who eventually transforms into Captain Marvel.