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Brie Larson On Being Asked To Wear A Miniskirt To An Audition

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Oh, sexism. 

When Brie Larson was arising as an actress, she was reportedly requested to put on specific gadgets of clothes for sure auditions. She advised reporters the story backstage Sunday on the Oscars after accepting the award for Best Actress for her position in “Room.” 

“There have been many occasions that I would go into auditions and a casting director would say, ‘It’s actually nice. Really love what you’re doing, however we’d love you to return again with a jean miniskirt and excessive heels,'” she stated. “Those have been all the time moments of an actual fork within the street, as a result of there’s no cause for me to point out up in a jean miniskirt and heels aside from the truth that you need to create some fantasy, and also you need to have this second that you would be able to reject.”

Being the boss that she is, Larson declined and as an alternative set her sights on embodying one thing past a contrived notion of “attractive.” 

“Learning, for me, what it took to really feel assured and powerful and take what these individuals have been making an attempt to get to exude out of me, comes from a private place,” she stated. “And making an attempt to characterize in movie ladies that I know, ladies that I perceive, difficult ladies, ladies which might be inside me — that turned my mission.”

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