Brie Larson is a regular poster on social media. A lot of her recent posts have been about her New Year’s goal to cook a lot more good food, a visit to an olive orchard and art museum, and the announcement that she’ll be posting more frequently on her YouTube channel in the coming year. In her latest update, she’s sharing some joy with her followers.
See Brie Larson’s latest post below.
Avid followers know that Brie Larson is also a musician with a brief career in the industry in her past. She frequently shares Taylor Swift covers with her fans. In the above caption, she suggests that her happiness could be soundtracked by Fleetwood Mac’s song “Tusk“.
The picture itself may be a throwback photo, though there wasn’t a hashtag to indicate such. In the lower-left corner, there’s a timestamp that says March 22, 2021. Brie Larson didn’t share whether the photo was film, as the time stamp indicates, where she was, or when the photo was taken. The post was more focused on sharing joy, which went over well with her fans. They were thrilled with the latest glimpse at Larson’s life, commenting things like “My heart is yours” and “love you captain”.
Brie Larson is only 32 years old. That can be difficult to believe after a swift glance at her IMDb page, where her filmography lists 68 credits. She started her acting career at a young age playing roles on television. At first she appeared in one of two episodes of various shows. Soon, she landed a recurring role on Raising Dad in 2001 alongside Bob Saget and Kat Dennings. She then had some small parts in movies like Jennifer Garner’s 13 Going on 30 in 2004. While still a small character, she came to some prominence in the 2010 comic book adaptation Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World. Around this same time, she played Kate on The United States of Tara. The Showtime series starred Toni Collette as a woman with dissociative identity disorder. Brie Larson played her daughter in the series from 2009 to 2011.
When The United States of Tara ended, Brie Larson continued to pick up smaller roles here and there. She played Amy Schumer’s sister in Trainwreck in 2015. Then, that same year, she played the lead role in Room. The movie won her an Oscar for Best Actress. In 2017, she picked up her first major franchise role in Kong: Skull Island. That same year saw her directorial debut hit Netflix with Unicorn Store. Then, in 2019, Marvel dropped her solo film, Captain Marvel. She’s since been in Endgame and the post-credits scene for Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings. While she may make another surprise appearance in an upcoming Marvel movie, fans are expecting to see her next in The Marvels when it releases on February 17, 2023.