The Oscar-winning actress has found therapeutic refuge on YouTube.
SOURCE: THE NEW YORK TIMES – Brie Larson was not at last week’s Oscars, though she won one for her acting in “Room,” about a mother in captivity, five years ago.
Quarantine, a different sort of captivity, had brought forth some other talents. Ms. Larson can scuba-dive, find edible mushrooms in the forest, create songs out of Instagram comments and bake cookies without a recipe. She signed up to climb the Grand Tetons without Googling a picture first. She is learning French.
And she is now also famous for her online doings.
Last July, after a series of celebrity gaffes, Ms. Larson’s name started trending on Twitter. No, she hadn’t posted an ill-advised pandemic message. On the contrary: She had opened a YouTube account and shared her first video, “so, I made a decision …”
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Brie Larson chats about the success of Captain Marvel, how she ended up with Samuel L. Jackson’s Star Wars light saber and why she kept ribbon dancers and hula hoops on the set of her directorial debut film, Unicorn Store.
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