I don’t know if anything can ever fill the hole in our hearts left there when Hayley Atwell said goodbye to social media, but if you’re looking for a gorgeous, talented, hilarious woman with a Grade A caption game, do yourself a favor and check out Brie Larson’s Instagram. Because you probably already think the woman is amazing, but this is a whole other side to her.
She’s got some amazing #TBT memories involving Powerpuff Girls premieres and 7th Heaven cast members.
She’s relatable. You know, if the person trying to relate to her is an adorable weirdo, LIKE ALL OF YOU.
She’s a reader.
She had the exact same thought in this moment as any one of us would have:
This moment, too:
And this is what happens if you invite her to the Met Ball:
Just… this face.
She has some great words about the power of female friendships.
I spent the weekend getting to know two incredible women: Helen Mirren and Saoirse Ronan. Absolutely astounded by their humor, spunk and thoughtful intelligence. The three of us swapped stories from our respective journeys, each learning and very much relating. As a woman, I've found talking deeply with other women unparalleled. I felt understood and loved by these two along with a very strong gaggle of others whom I'll share down the line. I was directly in the middle with Saoirse, younger and Helen, older - three woman working together through generations; still grappling with what a life is and questioning how we pave a smoother path for the girls who will be women after us. I'm holding hands with the past and future and walking forward. It's everything, try it.
Maybe my favorite thing about her page, though, is how much time she’s spent documenting her awards season alongside her teeny costar, Jacob Tremblay.
Larson has talked a lot about how necessary it was for these two to really, genuinely bond and like each other for Room to work, and it shows. I’m sure there are a whole bunch of cynics out there who think this friendship was manufactured for awards season, but I buy it. They seem to really love each other and it makes my heart grow about a million sizes with every picture.
You simply cannot get a child to look at you with that much love if it’s not sincere.