Welcome to y’all! I’m finally able to open this site… Welcome to Brie Larson Archives (b-larson.net), your newest source for everything about the Academy Award Winner Brie Larson. She is most known for her work on movies such as Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, Short Term 12 and Room, in which she got her first
Brie Larson’s upcoming movie “Busmati Blues” got its first trailer. The movie was filmed in 2015 and has not release date yet.
It took months before Marvel Studios formally announced who would be playing the buzzed about role of Captain Marvel, and it took Brie Larson months to decided whether or not to take it. In an interview with Net-a-Porter’s Porter magazine, the Oscar winner revealed what ultimately swayed her to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe. “I spent months thinking about whether
Brie Larson is the cover of Porter’s Witter Issue, where they celebrate the voices inspiring change in 2017 with their annual Incredible Women list. The magazine has two beautiful covers and Brie was photographed by Camilla Akrans. View this post on Instagram Introducing the first of two covers for PORTER’s Winter issue, where we celebrate the voices
Brie Larson’s directorial debut, “Unicorn Store,” is a replica of your teenage mood board: It has glitter, splashes of pink, annoying parents, vibrant ribbons and, of course, a shiny white mythological beast. Larson always wanted a unicorn. It was her childhood wish, which helps to explain her attraction to this movie. She first auditioned for
Brie Larson is an actress who has given standout performances in films such as “Short Term 12” and “Trainwreck.” In 2016 she won an Oscar for her turn as a young mother willing to do anything to protect her son in “Room.” Now she’s premiering her feature directorial debut, “Unicorn Store,” at TIFF. Larson also