Brie Larson Stuns In Red Gown On International Women’s Day and ‘King Kong: Skull Island’ Premiere

As the world celebrated International Women's Day on Wednesday, Brie Larson also showed her participation for it during the Los Angeles premiere of "Kong: Skull Island." The 27-year-old actress according to Hollywood Life stunned everyone wearing her red Oscar de la Renta Fall 2017 gown. This is to show her support for the Women's March organizers "A Day Without Women" movement.

Brie Larson's "metallic bandage gown" with "criss-cross neckline and a straight silhouette," as described by the article, complemented her body and showed off her perfectly fabulous figure during the premiere night. The Hollywood actress also wore a black pointed ankle strap pumps.

As cited in Yahoo! Style, Brie Larson has always been vocal about women's issues. Yahoo! added that the actress made buzz recently when she did not clap for Casey Affleck during the Oscars as the latter has been accused with different alleged sexual harassments. It was also mentioned that the same happened during the Golden Globes as she announced Affleck's win for Best Actor.

In this latest version of the legendary "King Kong" movie, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Brie Larson plays as a war photographer. "Getting to play a character that is so strong and complex and interesting and paying tribute to women that were journalists before her was really great," said the star actress in an interview.

The Hollywood Reporter said that the film was set in Vietnam in the 1970s. The story follows a group of scientists and military unit in their mission in an unknown island said to be inhabited by titular apes. Other than Brie Larson, the film's cast Tom Hiddleston, Thomas Mann, Jason Mitchell, John Goodman and Corey Hawkins were also present. Brie also posted on Instagram during the LA premiere with a peace sign together with the crowd as she invites everyone to watch the film.


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