urrently surrounded by Oscar buzz thanks to her leading role in Room, and having starred alongside Amy Schumer in Trainwreck, it's pretty safe to say that you can't go very far without seeing or hearing about Brie Larson.
She is undoubtedly the star of the moment, but whatever you do, don't call her an 'it' girl. Responding to the term strongly attached to her as a result of her ongoing success, in an interview with CBS, Larson, 26, said:
“What is ‘it’? There is no ‘it’! And who was ‘it’ before ‘it’? And when does ‘it’ go away? When did I get ‘it’? Who’s gonna take ‘it’? It’s so weird. I think it’s a really funny term. I’m just a person. I’m not anything!”
With filming on Kong: Skull Island, in which she stars alongside Samuel L. Jackson and Tom Hiddleston, currently underway in Hawaii, I'm pretty sure Larson's growing army of fans believe she's certainly something - a very talented young woman indeed.
What do you think of the term 'it' girl? Comment below and let us know!