Brie Larson Tried Out For Failed Star Wars and Terminator

Lawrence Kim
July 4, 2020

Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame star Brie Larson has officially launched her own YouTube channel.

The 20-minute video starts with Larson explaining that she made a decision to start her own YouTube channel to have a platform where she can share and talk about everything that's significant to her. "YouTube has been a place that I have learned so much".

Oscar victor Brie Larson has revealed she auditioned unsuccessfully for a role in the Star Wars franchise, as well as The Hunger Games and one of the Terminator movies.

Brie's first video guests include her best friend, actress Jessie Ennis, First We Feast's Hot Ones host Sean Evans, late night TV presenter Lilly Singh, makeup artist Nina Park, and personal trainer Jason Walsh. Maybe you just randomly, from the algorithm clicked on this.

The 20-minute promotional video for what's to come in her YouTube series shows clips of who the actor will be interviewing, and what topics she will be covering as she gets advice from real-life people - including her very own mother and a sweet cameo from her grandmother. "I'm scared. I have social anxiety", Larson professed in the video. "It doesn't mean that there isn't also silly content, that there's ways for me to express myself personally", Larson, 30, continued. I'm an introvert with asthma. Like, that's been my story for myself.I'm introverted. But, there will also be deep conversations, anti-racist rhetoric, inclusive content. "I think genuinely, the platform needs more activism and it needs more loud voices especially people with large platforms ... so I think it's a great opportunity for you to start sharing your stories through other people's stories", Franta tells Larson. After posting the video, fans of Larson took to social media to share their excitement.

Captain Marvel put Brie Larson on the map and the actor in no time was a known action star.

"I auditioned for Hunger Games, I auditioned for the Terminator reboot".

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