Category: Photoshoots

New photoshoot !

Here’s a new photoshoot by Kurt Iswarienko of Brie and the cast of Kong for the ‘Kong: Skull Island’ promotion. The photos are gorgeous, Brie is really stunning on them! Enjoy!

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Studio Photoshoots > Sessions & OuttakesKurt Iswarienko [Kong Promotion] – 2017

Saturday Night Live

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Studio Photoshoots > Sessions & OuttakesMary Ellen Matthews [Saturday Night Live] – 2016
Television Series > Saturday Night Live [2016]Stills [S41;Episode 19]
Candid Appearances > Candids From 2016May 07th – Spotted out in the Big Apple, New York
Candid Appearances > Candids From 2016May 07th – Leaving a local sports bar ‘Professor Thom’s’ with friends, NY

The Hollywood Reporter’s Annual Stylist Issue

“I felt like if I keep everything plain in front then it brings my mind to the forefront,” says the Oscar winner on why she previously rejected being a fashion star. She credits her stylist Christina Ehrlich with helping her embrace fashion saying, “you can wear something that actually makes someone understand you better and want to get to know you better.”

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Magazine Scans > Scans From 2016The Hollywood Reporter: Stylist issue – April
Studio Photoshoots > Sessions & OuttakesZoey Grossman [The Hollywood Reporter] – 2016

Brie for WWD magazine !

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Magazine Scans > Scans From 2016WWD – February 24
Studio Photoshoots > Sessions & OuttakesArt Streiber [WWD] – 2016

It’s several hours before the Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon is set to begin at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, and Brie Larson rolls into her suite wearing dark jeans, a black sweater, ankle boots and zero makeup. She could be any pretty young woman arriving at the hotel from the airport; she did in fact just step off a 14-hour flight from Australia, one of the many far-flung locations where she’s been shooting “Kong: Skull Island” for the last four months.

This crazy juxtaposition of worlds — the Hollywood glamour surrounding a first-time Best Actress nominee; the dark indie film “Room” that showcased her talent and set her on the Oscar campaign trail (she’s already nabbed Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild trophies); and the big-budget, CGI-laden “King Kong” reboot that she’s currently filming, would be enough to send any 26-year-old into momentary shock. Instead, Larson is extremely present, taking it all in as it comes, journal in hand and bright-eyed — even though she’s had precious little sleep for the last month.
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New photoshoot for People !

Brie has recently posed for the photograph Marc Hom for People. You can find the photoshoot as well as several high quality scans !

Brie for ELLE magazine !

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Magazine Scans > Scans From 2016ELLE – March
Studio Photoshoots > Sessions & OuttakesTerry Tsiolis [ELLE] – 2016

GET INSIDE THE HEAD OF BRIE LARSON

What’s happening to Brie Larson at this moment is every actor’s dream. On the heels of her Room triumph, the star goes gargantuan in her next project, Kong: Skull Island, and in just a few weeks she’ll walk down the biggest red carpet there is (16,500 square feet!). She sat down with Holly Millea for this month’s cover story and spoke candidly about her own story, revealing things about her past and present that paint an engaging, honest, and thoughtful picture of where she’s been and where she’s going.

To find out what she had to say check out the entire interview exclusively in our brand-new bigger, bolder March issue of ELLE (yes, ELLE magazine is literally blowing up!) on newsstands nationwide February 16. But first, a sneak peek at who the real Brie Larson really is.
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BRIE LARSON
15 FILMS, INCLUDING ROOM AND TRAINWRECK (2015).

Brie Larson’s breakthrough was a long time bubbling. Born Brianne Sidonie Desaulniers, a name which would have taken up the entire marquee, she began studying drama at the age of six and was racking up credits in original cable movies and TV series in her early teens, getting a long head start on her contemporaries. Like Elizabeth Banks before her breakthrough, Larson blazed in supporting roles (rock star Envy Adams in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, the mouthy daughter in Showtime’s United States of Tara, a bold spirit in the otherwise doodling Digging for Fire, Amy Schumer’s responsible younger sister in Trainwreck), both fitting in and standing out. With Room, based on Emma Donoghue’s novel, Larson proves she can shoulder the hefty demand of lead billing (and now has an Oscar nomination—her first—for best actress as additional proof), not that there was any doubt. Her unbreakable portrayal of the mother held captive for years in a cramped cell with her young son has put Brie Larson in the center of the conversation, where she belongs and isn’t likely to budge from anytime soon.

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Magazine Scans > Scans From 2016Vanity Fair – February
Studio Photoshoots > Sessions & OuttakesAnnie Leibovitz [Vanity Fair] – 2016

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