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Brie Larson Is 'Completely Open' To Whatever Comes Her Way: 'I Don't Have A Plan'

Mar. 24 2023, Published 7:35 a.m. ET

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Brie Larson is following her heart at this point in her life. After making it big due to hit movies like Room and Captain Marvel, she's unsure what comes next.

“I don’t have a next job. I don’t have a home. I don’t have a partner. I don’t have a plan. I’m just completely open,” the 33-year-old told Harper's BAZAAR.

However, the blonde babe would like to have kids, though “how that happens, when that happens, in what capacity— I don’t know,” she added. “I have nothing left to give unless I go through this period of adventure.”

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Despite being in the spotlight, Larson insisted she doesn't take herself too seriously.

“I had all the same normal fears as everybody else about being single and being 30,” she said. “What do I want? How does a family and a future fit in with my weird life? "

"That’s such a big place to be in,” she stated of turning 33 this year. “Certain existential questions come up. I want to be in reality. I love reality. It’s all I want. My biggest fear is to not be in reality. It matters so much to me. I don’t wear super-flashy clothes when I’m out in the world because I want to stay in reality. I’m very good at confrontation in my relationships because I want to be in reality. I want to be in what’s as close to what’s true as possible.”

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The actress has gotten accolades for her roles, but she "wanted to prove that I could put stuff out and it wasn’t going to be like, ‘Oh, my God, I can’t believe she said that’ or ‘I can’t believe she did that,'" she said.

She then asked herself, “Am I allowed to exist? Am I allowed to just be lovable as I am? Am I worthy of just being here?"

"What I always come back to is, I have to live with myself in a way that nobody else has to. The choices I make, I have to live with, whether I regret them or not,” she explained. “Artistically, I always understood that. But for some reason, as me, it’s been totally different. You can follow me around on set and be like, ‘Wow, she really knows what she’s doing.’ And then I go home and I’m like, ‘I don’t know what I’m doing.’ I get insecure, and I think I’m not enough, or I have a hard time asking for help or speaking up for myself in relationships.”

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