The Emmys held a press interview with the Creative Arts winners including Outstanding Original Interactive Program winner The Messy Truth VR team Van Jones, Elijah Allan-Blitz and our very own Brie Larson answered some questions. Watch below:
The Television Academy celebrates another year. This year, virtually. The Messy Truth VR Experience, a project produced by Brie has just won the Emmys for Outstading Original Interactive Program. Congratulations to the entire team!
My favorite part of this years #Emmys? That we are safe at home. My second favorite part? Being barefoot. And last? #TheMessyTruth won, and so did empathy. Thank you to everyone who voted, we are honored. pic.twitter.com/bLK2mLsEHG
— Brie Larson (@brielarson) September 18, 2020
LaurDIY has posted a new video on her Youtube Channel helping Brie painting for her room makeover. Watch below:
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As you may know, Brie’s latest project The Messy Truth: The VR Experience has been nominated to the Emmys for outstanding original interactive program. It’s a project helmed by Magic Labs Media founder, CNN contributor, and former Obama administration adviser Van Jones. The second episode was produced by Brie, which she also starred and directed by Elijah Allan-Blitz. The Television Academy will present the winner tonight.
Watch below the conversation:
Co-stars Brie Larson and Jacob Tremblay, director Lenny Abrahamson, and writer Emma Donoghue come together to revisit the 2015 adaptation of Donoghue’s harrowing novel, which became a surprise indie hit, launched Tremblay’s acting career, and earned Larson an Academy Award for Best Actress.