Brie Larson Reveals Her Struggle With Social Anxiety

Brenda Watkins
July 4, 2020

In the video, she said that I am starting a YouTube, and the reason for this is YouTube has been a place where she has learned so much. To that end, the Captain Marvel star has created her own YouTube channel, as a way to give back to that community and let people know who she really is.

In her video titled "So, I made a decision", Larson outlined her plans for her channel. Maybe you just randomly, from the algorithm clicked on this.

Seeing the overwhelming support for Larson's new YouTube career, YouTube personalities seem to be concerned that the Marvel star may start a trend that could very well affect smaller content creators on the social media site.

Her mother and grandmother also make cameos in the introductory clip, in which Larson mentions the film auditions that didn't pan out: "I auditioned for Star Wars, I auditioned for Hunger Games, I auditioned for The Terminator reboot...", she shares, recalling how she suffered a flat tyre on the day of the latter try-out. Whether it's been like how to use my printer or it's been watching like how to be a considerate activist.

In a discussion about her gaming habits, Larson reveals that she actually got into a tiff with her boyfriend over Super Mario Galaxy. "Like, that's been my story for myself". This is the place to talk about important things that matter.

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The "Avengers: Endgame" actor continued to say, "It doesn't mean that there isn't also silly content, that there are ways for me to express myself personally".

In her first video, she also had a conversation with a friend about her love of the space opera franchise and her past auditions.

Recently, Brie Larson admitted that she had missed the opportunity to be apart of some big films before appearing in Captain Marvel.

"And so, from there I found that speaking out, telling my story, talking about things that I'm scared of, has just helped me so much", she added. "I'm introverted, I'm scared, I have social anxiety".

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