In all honesty, I’m not that familiar with the work of 19-year old actress Brie Larson. Though I did see her in the movie Hoot and I have seen her on the Showtime series The United States of Tara starring as Toni Collette’s daughter. But I haven’t really noticed her until this morning, when I read over on Variety’s site that she would be playing the college-age temptation of Ben Stiller in the upcoming Noah Baumbach directed film Greenberg. And upon researching Ms. Larson, I found this very funny video over at Atom, the comedy video website from comedian Andy Dick. Directed by David Steinberg, The Babysitter shows Larson as nubile prey in a dastardly scheme. See that below.
Before we get to that though, I should finish telling you about the Greenberg news. Larson isn’t the only one joining the next from Baumbach (The Squid and the Whale). Stiller will play a New Yorker who moves to Los Angeles to house sit for his brother and ends up striking up a relationship with his brother’s assistant, played by Greta Gerwig. Rhys Ifans (Hannibal Rising) has joined the cast to play Stiller’s best friend and Juno Temple (St. Trinian’s). Shooting will begin later this month.
And now without further ado, a video of Brie Larson in her underwear…
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