Brie Larson

Brie Larson : Biography, privat and public life, Filmography

Personalities

Brianne Sidonie Desaulniers known as Brie Larson [bɹiː ˈlɑɹsən] 1, born October 1, 1989 in Sacramento, California, is an American actress, singer and director.

Revealed in cinema by States of Grace in 2013, she won the Golden Globe, the SAG Award, the BAFTA Award and the Oscar for Best Actress in 2016 for her role in Room.

Since 2019, she has played Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Brie Larson Biography

Youth and training

Born in Sacramento, California in a family of French Canadian and Swedish origin, Brianne Sidonie Desaulniers is the first daughter of Sylvain and Heather Desaulniers, a couple of chiropractors working together in a practice2,3. Her parents divorced when she was a child and she moved to Los Angeles with her mother and sister. She studied theater at the American Conservatory Theater and became one of the conservatory’s youngest students4,5,6. Previously, she was home schooled7.

Her paternal grandparents are Franco-Manitobans, her grandmother, Gabrielle Desaulniers, died in December 20158. Her first language was French, but she gradually learned English as she grew up, losing her fluency in the French language9 .

She said in an interview with Glamor that she chose Brie Larson as her stage name after her grandmother’s original Swedish maiden name, as her own last name is difficult to pronounce. She also told The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon that she took her stage name after Kirsten Larson, a doll from the American Girl range, which she received as a child.

Actress debut and supporting roles (1998-2012)

She began her television career in 1998, at the age of nine, with a leading role in a sketch in The Tonight Show with Jay Leno13. Later, she was part of the cast of the Schimmel series, which never aired because the star of the series, Robert Schimmel, was diagnosed with cancer shortly before filming began. After having “put on hold” the program for ten months, the Fox channel decides to cancel the series. Brie Larson auditions for a new series of The WB called In Your Dreams and lands the role of the daughter of the character of Bob Saget. The series is scheduled for broadcast during the 2001-2002 season with a new title Raising Dad (A father can hide another during its broadcast in France), but is finally canceled after twenty-two episodes. She was subsequently hired to star in a series pilot for ABC’s Hope & Faith, but she and other cast members dropped out after the pilot did not air.

The following year, she played Courtney Ender in Right on Track, a film produced by Disney studios. She then had small roles in the films Pajama Party15, 30 years or nothing16 and Hoot. In 2007, she played Angie in the comedy-drama Remember the Daze. She lends her voice to a teenage penguin in the animated film Farce of the Penguins.

At the same time, she began a career as a singer: in 2003, she signed a contract with Universal Records. In October, her first single She Said is available to listen to on her official website. Two other songs, Ugly and Loser, were available online from the iTunes Music Store in December and aired on the air from January 2005. The album Finally Out of P.E. was finally released in October 2005.

After composing and performing songs for various films, Brie Larson devoted himself to writing and recording his second album. In 2010, she also launched her own independent label under the name “Big Brass Stacks”.

As an actress, she managed to access more ambitious productions, landing the role of the eldest daughter of the family in the television series United States of Tara, a dramatic comedy worn by renowned actress Toni Collette17. The first season begins in January 2009, with twelve episodes on the Showtime channel. The series continued until 2011, when it was stopped after three seasons and 36 episodes18.

In the meantime, the actress took the opportunity to break into independent American cinema: in 2010, she starred in the independent dramatic comedy Greenberg, by Noah Baumbach, then was part of the cast of Scott Pilgrim, acclaimed first Hollywood essay. by Edgar Wright, where she plays Envy Adams, the ex-girlfriend of the hero played by Michael Cera19.

In 2011, she participated in the independent Treatment, of Sean Nelson (in) and Steven Schardt, then in the drama Rampart, of Oren Moverman, directed by Woody Harrelson, and also acclaimed by the critics.

It was in 2012 that she also managed to convince commercially: by participating in the police comedy 21 Jump Street, adaptation of the eponymous television series signed Phil Lord and Chris Miller, and worn by Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill. A huge box office success, the film generated an even more popular sequel, but in which it did not participate.

Dramatic turn and consecration (2013-2015)

The year 2013 marks a turning point: if she takes part in the satire Don Jon, by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, where she plays a secondary role, that of the hero’s sister, she also plays a supporting role in another critical success: the teenage romance The Spectacular Now, by James Ponsoldt.

But it was especially as the headliner of States of Grace, the critically acclaimed independent film by Destin Daniel Cretton, that she was noticed by the industry20,21,22. Her performance as a specialized adolescent educator has earned her a harvest of awards and nominations in various prestigious ceremonies. The feature film is overwhelmingly well received by international critics and is presented at several festivals, such as the Sundance Film Festival.

In 2014, she starred in The Gambler23, a criminal drama by Rupert Wyatt, a more commercial production, but which disappointed both critics24 and audiences25. On the other hand, she holds a recurring role, in three episodes of seasons 4 and 5 of the television series Community26.

In 2015, she played the little sister of rising comedy star Amy Schumer in Crazy Amy, by Judd Apatow27, a great critical and commercial success in North America. But above all, she transformed the States of Grace essay with the independent Canadian-Irish drama Room, by Lenny Abrahamson, a new critical success, and a new performance which earned her the Oscar for best actress28.

Commercial confirmation (since 2016)

At Comic-Con in 2016, it was announced that she would play Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel, in the third installment of The Avengers, before reprising the role in a homonymous film slated for 2019.

Before this release, she will be starring in another blockbuster, alongside Tom Hiddleston, Kong: Skull Island, directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts and released in 201730.

In the same year, two independent feature films were released: first of all the drama Le Château de Verre, her second collaboration with the filmmaker Destin Daniel Cretton, for which she lent her features this time to Jeannette Walls. Then the comedy Unicorn Store, which is also his first production, on Netflix.

In early 2018, a musical tribute to Bollywood, shot two years earlier, Basmati Blues was released directly on VOD. The trailer then generates controversies denouncing the stereotypes of film 31.

In 2019, the two films Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame were released, where she played the heroine Carol Danvers.

Private life

Brie Larson has been in a relationship with musician Alex Greenwald since 201332,33. In May 2016, Larson’s representative confirmed that Greenwald and Larson were engaged. In January 2019, the press announced that the engagement had broken off 35. In an interview with Elle magazine, Brie Larson revealed that she had not spoken to her father for more than ten years36. In April 2019, Brie Larson announced her wish for her character of Captain Marvel to appear clearly as a representative of the LGBT cause.

Public life

Brie Larson is an advocate for gender equality and advocates for the rights of victims of sexual assault. She uses her fame to talk about political and social issues, and says: “I would stake everything and be an activist for the rest of my life because it doesn’t feel right to be silent39. ”

In 2014, Brie Larson teamed up with Alia Penner to launch Women of Cinefamily, a monthly program aimed at drawing attention to films directed by and featuring women, for the non-profit Cinefamily film library, of which Brie Larson was a was a member of the board of directors40,41. Following allegations of sexual assault against two of the company’s male executives, she declares her support for the victims and calls for action to be taken against these men42,43.

Brie Larson became a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 2016 and was subsequently one of the candidates for the institution’s board of directors44.

After a performance of Lady Gaga at the 88th Academy Awards, during which several victims of sexual abuse appear with the singer, Brie Larson hugs them all as they exit the stage45. At the ceremony the following year, Brie Larson presented Casey Affleck with the Oscar for Best Actor, but due to allegations of sexual harassment against him in the past, she did not applaud him to a standing ovation from the audience; she will then declare that her action spoke for itself46.

In 2017, she was one of many celebrities to raise funds for the Motion Picture & Television Fund, a charity whose mission is to help workers in the industry with few resources. She also co-hosts an event for the Women in Film organization, where she urges filmmakers to strongly and resolutely oppose Donald Trump’s mandate47. She participates in the Women’s March on Washington and criticizes Trump’s policies on the rights of transgender people.

In 2018, she collaborated with 300 Hollywood women to start the Time’s Up movement to protect women from harassment and sexism. The same year, she became one of the first actresses to include an integration clause49 in her contracts for filming and press conferences. Her complaint about being interviewed mostly by white men at her press conferences earned her an avalanche of negative comments on the Captain Marvel page of the Rotten Tomatoes site.

At the Women in Film Crystal + Lucy Awards in 2018, where she was honored, Brie Larson deplores the lack of diversity among film columnists and calls for a better representation of minorities in film criticism51. At the Toronto International Film Festival, she announced a 20 percent quota for under-represented journalists.

In 2019, Brie Larson is a guest editor of Stylist magazine and uses the platform to draw attention to diversity and social inclusion.

Filmography

Actress

Cinema

Feature films

  • 1999: Special Delivery by Kenneth A. Carlson: Little Angel
  • 2004: 30 ans ou rien (13 Going on 30) by Gary Winick: Six Chick
  • 2004: Pajama Party (Sleepover) by Joe Nussbaum (en): Elizabeth “Liz” Daniels
  • 2005: Madison by William Bindley: Racing Girl
  • 2006: Hoot by Wil Shriner (en): Beatrice “The Bear” Leep
  • 2006: Farce of the Penguins by Bob Saget: Teenage penguin (voice)
  • 2007: The Beautiful Ordinary (en) (Remember the Daze) by Jess Manafort: Angie
  • 2008: Housebroken (en) by Sam Harper (en): Susan “Suzy” Decker
  • 2009: Tanner Hall (en) by Francesca Gregorini (en): Kate “Kaitlin”
  • 2009: Just Peck by Michael A. Nickles: Emily
  • 2010: Greenberg by Noah Baumbach: Sara
  • 2010: Scott Pilgrim (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) Edgar Wright: Envy Adams
  • 2011: The Trouble with Bliss (East Fifth Bliss) by Michael Knowles: Stephanie Jouseski
  • 2011: Treatment by Sean Nelson and Steven Schardt: Franny
  • 2012: Rampart d’Oren Moverman: Helen
  • 2012: 21 Jump Street by Phil Lord and Chris Miller: Molly Tracey
  • 2013: Don Jon by Joseph Gordon-Levitt: Monica Martello
  • 2013: States of Grace (Short Term 12) by Destin Daniel Cretton: Grace Howard
  • 2013: The Spectacular Now by James Ponsoldt: Cassidy
  • 2014: The Gambler by Rupert Wyatt: Amy Phillips
  • 2015: Digging for Fire by Joe Swanberg: Max
  • 2015: Crazy Amy (Trainwreck) by Judd Apatow: Kim Townsend
  • 2015: Room by Lenny Abrahamson: Joy “Ma” Newsome
  • 2016: Free Fire by Ben Wheatley: Justine
  • 2016: Basmati Blues (en) by Dan Baron: Linda
  • 2017: Kong: Skull Island by Jordan Vogt-Roberts: Mason Weaver
  • 2017: Unicorn Store herself: Kit
  • 2017: The Glass Castle by Destin Daniel Cretton: Jeannette Walls
  • 2019: Captain Marvel by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck: Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel
  • 2019: Avengers: Endgame by Anthony and Joe Russo: Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel
  • 2020: The Way of Justice (Just Mercy) by Destin Daniel Cretton: Eva Ansley

Coming soon

  • 2022: Captain Marvel 2: Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel

Short films

  • 2008: The Babysitter by Guy Ferland: Allison
  • 2011: Smorgasbord by Jennifer Glynn: Clara
  • 2013: Hop Brie Larson’s Bitter Orange: Myrtle
  • 2017: Why You’ve Never Met the 4th Haim Sister by Lucia Aniello: Frime Haim

Television

TV shows

  • 1998: Made for Each Other (To Have & to Hold): Lily Quinn (season 1, 2 episodes)
  • 1998: The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (2 episodes)
  • 1999: Popular: Robin Robin (season 1, episode 10)
  • 1999: The Angels of Happiness (Touched by an Angel): Rachel (season 5, episode 20)
  • 2000: Then Came You: Young Allison (season 1, episode 08)
  • 2001 – 2002: One Father Can Hide Another (Raising Dad): Emily Stewart
  • 2003: The Family Star (Hope & Faith): Sydney Shanowski (unreleased pilot)
  • 2008: Ghost Whisperer: Krista “Slam” Eisenburg (season 3, episode 11)
  • 2009: The Burg: Hipster Girl (season 2, episode 01)
  • 2009 – 2011: United States of Tara: Kaitlin “Kate” Gregson (36 episodes)
  • 2011: The League: Ashley (season 3, 2 episodes)
  • 2012: NTSF: SD: SUV: Katerin (season 2, episode 02)
  • 2013: Kroll Show: College Girlfriend (2 episodes)
  • 2013 – 2014: Community: Rachel (seasons 4 and 5, 3 episodes)

TV movies

  • 2000: Schimmel by Robert Schimmel and Mike Scully: Samantha
  • 2003: Right On Track by Duwayne Dunham: Courtney Enders
  • 2012: Entry Level by Nicholas Stoller: Laura

Director

  • 2012: The Arm (short film) – also screenwriter
  • 2013: Weighting (short film) – also screenwriter, editor and composer
  • 2017: Unicorn Store – also producer

Awards

  • Sundance Film Festival 2012: Winner of the Special Jury Prize for Best Short Film for The Arm (2012) with Sarah Ramos and Jessie Ennis.
  • 9th Austin Film Critics Association Awards 2013:
  • Best Actress of the Year in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • Best Female Revelation of the Year in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 3rd Black Film Critics Circle Awards 2013: Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 7th Detroit Film Critics Society Awards 2013:
  • Best Actress of the Year in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • Best Female Revelation of the Year in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 23rd Gotham Independent Film Awards 2013: Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 2013: Hamptons International Film Festival for Best New Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • Locarno International Film Festival 2013: Winner of the Leopard Trophy for best female performance in a drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 2013: Maui Film Festival for Most Promising Actor in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 20th Chlotrudis Awards 2014: Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 3rd Georgia Film Critics Association Awards 2014: Best Female Revelation in a Romantic Drama for Don Jon (2013), in a Drama for States of Grace (Short
  • Term 12) (2013) and in a Romantic Drama for The Spectacular Now (2013) ).
  • Santa Barbara International Film Festival 2014: Winner of the Virtuoso Award for Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 2014: Seattle Film Critics Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 2015: Austin Film Critics Association Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2015: Circuit Community Awards for Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2015: Black Film Critics Circle Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2015: Capri for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 28th Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 2015: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 21st Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards 2015: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2015: Florida Film Critics Circle Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2015: Golden Schmoes Awards for best actress of the year in a drama for Room (2015).
  • IMDb Awards 2015: Winner of the STARmeter Award.
  • 2015: Indiana Film Journalists Association Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2015: Internet Film Critic Society for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015)…
  • 13th Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards 2015: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 87th National Board of Review Awards 2015: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 5th Nevada Film Critics Society Awards 2015: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 15th New York Film Critics Online Awards 2015: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2015: Phoenix Critics Circle Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2015: Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards for Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2015: San Diego Film Critics Society Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2015: Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 12th St. Louis Film Critics Association Awards 2015: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 11th Utah Film Critics Association Awards 2015: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 15th Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards 2015:
  • Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • Best Actress in a Canadian Drama for Room (2015).
  • 12th Women Film Critics Circle Awards 2015:
  • Winner of the Prize for Courage in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • Best Young Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • Best On-Screen Couple with Jacob Tremblay in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 69th British Academy Film Awards 2016: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2016: Canadian Screen Award for Best Performance for an Actress in a Leading Role in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 14th Central Ohio Film Critics Association Awards 2016: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2016: CinEuphoria Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 21st Critics’ Choice Movie Awards 2016: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 7th Denver Film Critics Society Awards 2016: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 31st Independent Spirit Awards 2016: Best Leading Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2016: Georgia Film Critics Association Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2016: Gold Derby Awards for Best Leading Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 73rd Golden Globes 2016: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2016: Houston Film Critics Society Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2016: Iowa Film Critics Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2016: Irish Film and Television Awards for Best International Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2016: North Texas Film Critics Association Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2016: Oklahoma Film Critics Circle Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2016: Online Film & Television Association Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 88th Academy Awards 2016: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2016: Palm Springs International Film Festival for Best Female Revelation in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2016: Santa Barbara International Film Festival for Best Actress of the Year in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 22nd Screen Actors Guild Awards 2016: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society Awards 2018: Winner of the Trailblazer Award.

Appointments

  • 2002: Young Artist Awards for Best Performance for a Young Actress in a Comedy for A Father Can Hide Another (2001).
  • 2005: Young Artist Awards for Best Cast in a Family Comedy for Pajama Party (2004) (with Mika Boorem, Eileen April Boylan, Kallie Flynn Childress, Scout
  • Taylor-Compton, Sean Faris, Hunter Parrish, Sara Paxton, Evan Peters, Katija Pevec, Ryan Slattery and Douglas Smith)
  • 2006: Young Artist Awards for Best Performance for a Young Actress in an Adventure Comedy for Hoot (2006).
  • 2006: DVD Exclusive Awards for Best Original Music in an Animated Comedy for Barbie and the Magic Horse (2005).
  • 2013: Circuit Community Awards for Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 8th EDA Awards 2013: Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 8th EDA Awards 2013: Most Promising Actress In A Drama For States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 26th Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 2013: Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 4th Denver Film Critics Society Awards 2013: Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 2013: Golden Schmoes Awards for Best Female Revelation of the Year in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 7th Houston Film Critics Society Awards 2013: Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 5th Indiana Film Journalists Association Awards 2013: Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 2013: Indiewire Critics’ Poll for Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 17th Online Film Critics Society Awards 2013: Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 14th Online Film Critics Society Awards 2013: Best New Actor in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 18th San Diego Film Critics Society Awards 2013: Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 12th San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards 2013: Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 2013: Seattle International Film Festival for Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • SXSW Film Festival 2013: Nomination for the Grand Jury Prize for best short narrative film for Weighting (2013) shared with Dustin Bowser.
  • 2013: Village Voice Film Poll for Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 19th Critics’ Choice Movie Awards 2014: Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 12th Central Ohio Film Critics Association Awards 2014: Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 12th Central Ohio Film Critics Association Awards 2014: Most Promising Artist for Don Jon (2013), in a drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013) and
  • The Spectacular Now (2013).
  • 2014: CinEuphoria Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 3rd Georgia Film Critics Association Awards 2014: Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 2014: Gold Derby Film Awards for Best New Actor in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 29th Independent Spirit Awards 2014: Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 2014: International Online Cinema Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 2014: Online Film & Television Association Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 5th Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards 2015: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 9th Detroit Film Critics Society Awards 2015: Best Actress in a Drama for States of Grace (Short Term 12) (2013).
  • 25th Gotham Independent Film Awards 2015: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2015: Indiewire Critics’ Poll for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 19th Online Film Critics Society Awards 2015: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2015: San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2015: Village Voice Film Poll for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 14th Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards 2015: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2016: Alliance of Women Film Journalists Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2016: Alliance of Women Film Journalists Awards for Most Promising Actor in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 69th British Academy Film Awards 2016: EE Rising Star Award for Most Promising Actor in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2016: Canadian Screen Award for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • Empire Awards 2016: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2016: Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2016: London Critics Circle Film Awards for Actress of the Year in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2016: North Carolina Film Critics Association Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 20th Satellite Awards 2016: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2016: Seattle Film Critics Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2016: Toronto Film Critics Association Awards for Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 28th Teen Choice Awards 2016: Best Actress in a Drama for Room (2015).
  • 2017: Toronto International Film Festival for Best First Canadian Feature for Unicorn Store (2017).
  • Edinburgh International Film Festival 2018: Audience Award Nomination for Unicorn Store (2017).
  • 2019: MTV Movie Awards for Best Actress in an Action Film for Captain Marvel (2019).
  • 45th People’s Choice Awards 2019:
  • Favorite female movie star in an action movie for Captain Marvel (2019).
  • Favorite action movie star in an action movie for Captain Marvel (2019).
  • Saturn Awards 2019: Best Actress in an Action Film for Captain Marvel (2019).
  • 21st Teen Choice Awards 2019: Best Actress in an Action Feature Film for Captain Marvel (2019) and in an Adventure Adventure Film Avengers: Endgame (2019).

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