Oscar-winning actress Brie Larson on navigating fame, playing dynamic but vulnerable roles and how her new film, The Glass Castle, helped her move on from her past. When journalist Jeannette Walls’s acclaimed 2005 memoir The Glass Castle was released, Paramount snapped up the film rights. Yet, even though it has taken more than a decade
‘Unicorn Store’ was announced today to be part of TIFF Special Presentation/Gala line-up. The movie is the directorial debut of Academy Oscar Winner Brie Larson, who’s also starring in the movie alongside with Samuel L. Jackson, Whitford Bradley, Mamoudou Athle and Hamish Linkater. Brie Larson stars in her directorial debut about a dreamer reluctant to
A new featurette was released by Lionsgate this week. Brie, alongside with her co-stars & Jeannette Walls, talks about her upcoming move The Glass Castle
The Glass Castle, based on the best-seller of the same title, got a new trailer. Watch below:
Oscar-winning actress Brie Larson has been confirmed to play the title role in “Captain Marvel” for Marvel and Disney. The film hits theaters March 8, 2019.Marvel Studios confirmed the news at the annual Comic-Con confab in San Diego, where Larson received a standing ovation in Hall H. Captain Marvel, aka Carol Danvers, is one of Marvel’s most popular female superheroes.