Brie Larson Looked Like A Real-Life Superhero At The 'Captain Marvel' Red Carpet
The stars were out and the fashion was fierce last night at the London premiere of Captain Marvel. The 21st Marvel Cinematic Universe film is the first to center on a superheroine. And its leading lady, Brie Larson, turned out with an out-of-this-world look that has fans going wild. But she wasn’t the only MCU actress shining and stunning on the red carpet.
Larson looked marvelous in a bright blue gown. Here’s the front.
The side shot is striking.
But you’re not ready for the back.
She is a glamazon. A female phenomenon. And Twitter was gagging on the eleganza.
MY CAPTAIN 💖💘💖💓💝💗💖💘💓💝💗💘💖💓💝💗💖💘💓💝💗💘💖 pic.twitter.com/rnqX2mWaq7— ronnie👑 (@HOLLANDB0LUDO) February 27, 2019
There’s absolutely NO caption to this picture. It sums up all the feels. Thank you for EVERYTHING. I’m so proud of you, Brie. We are one 🌟❤️— ✵ Captain Marvel News ✵ (@CaptMarvelNews) February 27, 2019
But Larson wasn’t alone in bringing a whole lot of look to the red carpet. Lashana Lynch was absolutely gorgeous in a vibrant pink dress.
Gemma Chan was dropping jaws with a bright red number, that’s part pants, part cape, all fabulous.
And here are all three together, to clear your skin, give you life, and water the garden of your soul.
And listen for Larson squealing with delight at Chan, declaring “You look amazing!”
a sweet moment between gemma chan and brie larson at the captain marvel premiere in london pic.twitter.com/tqhDGqnXZ2— best of gemma chan (@bestofgemmac) February 27, 2019
There was also a wee fangirl on the red carpet, living not just her dream, but ours!
And she has a big fan in Captain Marvel.
She’s my hero! https://t.co/hIIscwbbQz— Brie Larson (@brielarson) February 27, 2019
Captain Marvel opens March 8.
Header Image Source: Disney
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