With only days until Captain Marvel is finally released, Brie Larson has proven herself to be a locked safe when it comes to spoilers. But it hasn’t been easy.
The actress sat down with Jimmy Kimmel on Monday night to discuss the role, and she confessed to being “so scared” of accidentally revealing elements of the plot during the press tour. Larson first found out she got the role a year before the news was made public, and it’s been a long wait for the movie to finally hit theaters. The secrecy in the Marvel cinematic universe is notorious, and though certain actors have got a bit of a reputation for revealing things they shouldn’t (we’re looking at you, Mark Ruffalo), so far, Larson has kept quiet.
It did stress her out, though, and only her her costar and seasoned MCU veteran Samuel L. Jackson could calm her down, by reminding her there was only so much that could be done now. “What are they going to do, fire you now?” he apparently said to her. Watch Brie talk more about their relationship in the video above, plus get an insight into how she prepared for such an epic role.
Asymmetrical Jeans: The Perfect Trend For Indecisive People
Today in confusing pant trends: asymmetrical jeans.
Ukrainian designer Ksenia Schnaider, known for her unconventional denim creations, has released what could be the most bizarre pant trend yet. Her asymmetrical jeans, which retail for a cool $377, feature one wide leg and one straight. The result? A head-turning look, to say the least.
The release follows a string of similarly out-there jean trends as of late: the “extreme cut-out” jeans released in 2018 by Carmar, the double-denim look from Yajun, and this denim pants/shorts hybrid made famous by supermodel Bella Hadid.
So, how did Schnaider even come up with this idea? The designer told Vogue that the creation was a lovechild of her two best-selling designs, the wide-leg and the high-waisted mom jeans. A logical move, if nothing else.
“My partner, Anton Schnaider, said that it was too crazy and no one needs jeans like this, so I abandoned this idea for a couple of seasons,” she said. “But a few months ago, I realized that at least one person needs such jeans – me!”
But it’s not all for selfish reasons: “The jeans can surprise and make people smile,” Schnaider added. There’s no denying the shock factor of these pants, though it’s difficult to imagine the average person rocking them in line at Starbucks or around the office. It would certainly take a level of confidence only fashion influencers have.
Would you be willing to wear these jeans? They’re currently on pre-order only, but sign up here, if you dare.