She might be Captain Marvel, but Brie Larson still has to pay for Disney+.

On Wednesday, the Marvel superhero stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show and joked that she's been waiting for Disney to waive her subscription fee on its new streaming service—since, you know, she's one of the Avengers and all that.

"You know, I don't even have a Disney+ account," she told host Ellen DeGeneres after being asked if she saw any of the profits from Avengers: Endgame's record-breaking box office success. "I was gonna use this opportunity to ask."

Looking sternly into the camera, Larson made her case to the folks at Disney. "Waiting for a Disney+ comped account," she said. "I've got multiple pieces of art on your streaming service, including one of my first and best roles I've ever done which is a film called Right on Track. It was a Disney Channel Original Movie." Oh, the nostalgia!

Switching gears, the duo then discussed a recent excursion the Oscar winner took with George Clooney. Larson and the Up in the Air star have been busy filming a new project in Madrid, which involved filming a scene with some adorable donkeys.

The Room star dished, "I'd like everyone to know that George got to the donkeys first and he gave me the bigger one, which I think is gentlemanly."

After showing a picture of the actors riding two donkeys, DeGeneres asked, "Did you ever think when you were growing up, when you were auditioning that you'd be on a donkey with George Clooney?"

To which Larson responded, "Absolutely not. It wasn't even in the realm of possibilities."

Watch Captain Marvel plead for a free Disney+ account and talk about working with Clooney in the video above!

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