Celebrated Hollywood actress Brie Larson, states that films are
her own way of activism. She says she derives happiness by
performing in the different roles and characters in the movie.
The 27-year-old star, who will soon be seen in the upcoming
movie Kong: Skull Island states that she feels proud of her role in
the movie in the character of Mason Weaver, as it showcases the
plight and toil of being a journalist, who put their life to risk
in search of truth.
"I make movies as a form of activism. I believe we learn from
what we see in our leaders. I'm proud to play Mason Weaver in
'Kong: Skull Island' because she represents the many journalists
who risk their lives every day to share with us the truth." Brie
Larson said in a statement.
"Weaver leads with compassion and believes that unity cannot be
obtained through aggression. I'm excited to share this film with
you," said the actress.
Larson also expressed her happiness about getting connected with
her fans via Instagram and let them aware all the important aspects
and updates about her upcoming movie.
"And in the meanwhile, I'm thrilled to have this platform as a
way to connect us. Let's work together. Let's be open to learning
from each other," Larson stated via Instagram post.