Brie Larson talks about her directorial debut 'Unicorn Store,' which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.
It may sound twee (and it is), but Brie Larson's behind-the-camera take on story that calls for a tricky tonal balancing act results in a creative misfire
Exclusive clip from 'The Glass Castle,' based on Jeanette Walls' bestselling memoir of family dysfunction, starring Brie Larson, in theaters Aug. 11, 2017
“We start filming early next year,” he revealed to us in the above video interview, all while admitting that in the backs of all of their heads during production, they’re always thinking about “Hall H at Comic-Con. And how to unveil what we’re working on. So certainly, next year…”
Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige showed concept art for the title character and dropped some hints about the 2019 release.
As the saying goes, “Art is everywhere.” These stars — including Halle Berry, Jennifer Lopez, Taylor Swift, and more — found it while on the move, in unexpected places, and passed it along.
On Monday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, Brie Larson admitted to not knowing anything about football. Jimmy asked her if she knew who won the Super Bowl, she guessed, “The cougars? I know that it was an animal, right? Was it a mammal?” She continued to guess until Jimmy said, “You’ll figure it out when the guy from the team comes out here.” That guy was DeMarcus Ware, outside linebacker for the Super Bowl winning Denver Broncos. She joked that anyone who played football wouldn’t know about her film, Room. Then all 260 pounds of Demarcus came out as the next guest, not the type of guy one should anger. ...