See Brie Larson Giggling In A Super Short Skirt

Brie Larson poses in a cute outfit next to one of the stars of Growing Up.

By Charlene Badasie | Published

Brie Larson continues to break the internet with her cute posts on social media. Most recently, the Marvel alum shared a throwback video from the D23 Expo. In the clip, the actress is seen posing alongside one of the stars from her Disney+ series, Growing Up. Dressed in a short black skirt and white blouse, the actress is seen giggling with Vanessa, who was featured in the docuseries. “We can still make the whole place shimmer,” the 33-year-old wrote.

The Marvels star also said she misses being with the incredible young adults from Growing Up. She ended her post by encouraging fans to watch the show which is currently available on Disney+. Brie Larson served as executive producer on the non-scripted show, which examines the challenges, triumphs, and complexities of adolescence through 10 compelling coming-of-age stories. The series uses narrative, experimental, and documentary filmmaking to follow each individual as they tell their story.

Each cast member represents a wide range of lived experiences, sharing stories that offer a look at teenage life and the diverse social, familial, and internal obstacles young folks face on their path to self-discovery and acceptance, Just Jared reports. The episodes run for about 30 minutes and each showcase one young person and their experience growing up. Brie Larson also directed one of the Growing Up installments.

Brie Larson attended the Los Angeles premiere of Growing Up in September, wearing a silver jumpsuit. It was hosted by NeueHouse Hollywood, Sage Dolan-Sandrino, Raeshem Nijhon, Amiri Nash, Isabel Lam, Gavin Arneson, Vanessa Aryee, Carri Twigg, Rudy Valdez, David Puma, Sofia Ongele, Alex Crotty, Nicole Galovski, Emily Flores, Ashley Eakin, Smriti Mundhra, Athena Nair, and Clara Della Valle were also in attendance.

Speaking about Growing Up, Brie Larson said her poor sense of self-worth led her to get involved with the series. “It really has to do with my own sense of feeling completely unlovable and shameful about who I am as an individual. That’s what fueled all this,” she said via Yahoo! Entertainment. The actress explained that she was living with shame and fears about herself and realized she needed to talk about it.

So she started having conversations with friends and family and realized that everybody was living with something they thought was shameful. “And 100% of the time, there was nothing to be ashamed of,” Brie Larson told the publication. That’s when the Captain Marvel star decided it was time for a larger conversation. Describing how she felt after Growing Up was complete, she told People the series made her a better person.

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“I’m not the same,” she explained at the time. “I’m a better person. I’m a better partner. I’m a better human after meeting all of these incredible, incredible heroes.” Brie Larson added that the show also speaks to adults who’ve forgotten or suppressed things from their adolescence that need to be addressed. While she’s had success behind the camera, the 33-year-old will hope to replicate the sentiment when she stars in the MCU’s highly anticipated Captain Marvel sequel.

Directed by Nia DaCosta from a script by Megan McDonnell, The Marvels begins when Carol Danvers, Kamala Khan, and Monica Rambeau swap places when using their powers. The movie will hit theaters on July 28, 2023, and also stars Iman Vellani, Teyonah Parris, and Samuel L. Jackson.