22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards

Last night, Brie attended the 2016 Screen Actors Guild Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. She was absolutely gorgeous in this Atelier Versace dress. I want to congratulate Brie because she won the SAG Award for lead actress with her performance in Room ; we are so proud of her. You can find photos of this event in the gallery as well as several videos. If you want to see other videos of Brie during this event, please click here.

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Public Appearances > Events From 2016January 30th – The 22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards – Press Room

“Entertainment Weekly” January Scans !

Thanks to Claudia, new “Room” scans from the January edition of “Entertainment Weekly” magazine have been added to the gallery. Be sure to check them out!

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On the cover of Stella !

Brie covers the December issue of the Sunday Telegraph’s Stella. She looks so stunning on this cover ; I can wait for finding this photoshoot. Enjoy !

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Brie for ‘The Hollywood Reporter’

Brie Larson’s 20-Year Climb to Overnight Stardom: I’m “Totally Out of My Comfort Zone”

The Oscar nominee is Hollywood’s fastest-rising actress since Jennifer Lawrence. Now, the intensely private star of ‘Room’ — whose breakout role drew interest from Emma Watson and Rooney Mara — is leaping from a $5 million budget movie to a $125 million one (‘Kong: Skull Island’).

The morning after picking up the Breakthrough Performance Award at the 27th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival, Brie Larson rolls up to a Studio City eatery in a shiny black chauffeur-driven SUV. Nobody on the sidewalk outside the bustling diner appears particularly starstruck by the 26-year-old actress in ripped Levis and gray sweater — or even seems to recognize her. But Larson is in a playful mood. As she approaches her breakfast companion, she hikes her nubbly pink coat over her head and jokes — with faux drama-queen theatrics — “Please, no photos!”

Actually, being swarmed by paparazzi outside a restaurant isn’t so far-fetched a scenario for the brand-new Oscar nomi­nee, who these days is undergoing that some­times-awkward transformation from struggling young actress (playing supporting roles in films like 21 Jump Street and Trainwreck) to Hollywood’s favorite new thing. Ever since her much buzzed-about performance in Room, the Lenny Abrahamson drama about a young mother and son held captive in a shed for seven years, the star has been caught up in an awards-season lovefest, spending the past eight weeks shuttling from junket interviews to film festivals to awards shows — like the Golden Globes, where she won best actress in a drama — to her real job, which, at the moment, is a grueling jungle shoot for Kong: Skull Island,
her first lead in a tentpole (Universal and Legendary are spending north of $125 million on it). Although Room, a tiny $12 million indie distributed by newcomer A24 Films, hasn’t caught fire at the box office (it has grossed $5 million since its Oct. 16 release, about what Kong is spending on banana bills), Larson’s raw, stripped-down performance has struck a chord, making her Hollywood’s newest “It” girl.

“More and more, my life is going in a direction that is not universal; there’s only a very small group of people who understand,” says Larson, photographed Dec. 20 at Siren Orange Studio in Los Angeles.
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Brie Larson had a simple, but very real initial reaction when she heard her named being announced for an Oscar nomination for work in Room.

“I thought, ‘Holy s–t!'” she said, adding, “It’s that mixed with a total flat line.”
She actually had just gotten home from a long day of work filming Kong: Skull Island in Australia.

“It was a very physical day, a lot of climbing. I just climbed mountains all day today in the hot Australian sun so I was just exhausted,” said Larson, 26. “So I was tired so I thought this is the perfect way to do it while your body is just really exhausted and you’re kind of relaxed about it.

“I didn’t realize how strong my reaction would be,” she continued. “My whole body was shaking. I started crying. It really was when they gave [Lenny Abrahamson] a best director nomination that I really lost it. He’s so deserving of it. So well deserved and so exciting to see.”

Room follows the journey of a young woman (Larson) who has been held captive in a shed for several years with her five-year-old son (Jacob Tremblay).

Larson’s Kong co-stars, which include Samuel L. Jackson and Tom Hiddleston, were ready to help her celebrate as soon as the noms were announced. “I’m on a giant text chain with all the actors from the movie,” she said. “There are like 14 of us on it and they all just flooded my phone and they said they were going to bang down my door with champagne. But it’s 12:15 a.m. and I have to get up for work in the morning so it just doesn’t seem reasonable to me. We’ll do champagne another day.”

Lots of bubbly will be flowing when the Oscars are handed out on Sunday, Feb. 28, at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood and will be televised live on ABC at 7 p.m. ET. Chris Rock is set to host for the second time.

On Sunday, Larson picked up a Golden Globe for her work in Room.

After the show, she recorded an Instagram video for the Globes. “My favorite moment was after I went back to my table after winning a Golden Globe, Katy Perry had a round of In-N-Out burgers for everybody,” she revealed. “Hot and fresh!”

Larson told me after the Globe nominations were announced that she’s “super into” jigsaw puzzles.
“They help me stay relaxed,” she said.

Source: E! Online

Good news: Golden Globe winner Brie Larson is nominated for their first Oscars in the Best Actress. Congratulations to Brie, she totally deserves it.

Brie Larson – Room
Cate Blanchett – Carol
Charlotte Rampling – 45 Years
Saoirse Ronan – Brooklyn
Jennifer Lawrence – Joy

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