Nabago ang buhay bida ng Captain Marvel kapos sa datung bago sumikat na super hero
SO...CHISMIS ITOH!? - Ruel Mendoza (Pang-masa) - March 10, 2019 - 12:00am

Inamin ng bida ng Marvel film na Captain Marvel na si Brie Larson na bago dumating ang offer na gumanap bilang Marvel super heroine, hirap siya financially dahil sa kakulangan ng trabaho.

 

Kahit na raw nanalo siya ng ilang best actress awards, kasama na sa Oscars for the film Room in 2015, hindi raw naging sunud-sunod ang mga trabaho niya. 

 

“I had a hard time getting work again after a television show got cancelled, and I was still stressing about money.

“I’ve been broke a dozen times. When you look at it, it kind of makes sense, or my IMDb maybe looks consistent, but really there’s large gaps of time with three auditions a day - still. 

“Even before ‘Room’ came out, I was stressing about money. It’s not that long ago at all!” pag-amin ng 29-year old actress.

Kaya malaki raw ang nabago sa career niya noong dumating ang role na Captain Marvel.

“I don’t know if I’m just tired but I feel like I’m going to cry. It’s been a couple of years of working on this movie. 

“Carol Danvers (her name in the movie) changed my life and the movie hasn’t even come out yet. Just, in particular, getting strong, learning how to stand my ground, own myself, and value my voice. Those are things that I learned from her.”

Dahil sa role ay adik sa gym si Brie para ipakita na seryoso siya sa kanyang pagganap bilang si Captain Marvel.

“This is like, a new thing. I was a, ‘Can you open this water for me?’ person. And then a year ago I just got really beefy. I trained for 9 months and then was able to do crazy things. I could deadlift 225 pounds by the end of it.”

BRIE LARSON
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