Brie Larson, Emma Stone, and Jennifer Lawrence have a couple of things in common: They’re all in their 20s, well-liked and talented, have won an Oscar for Best Actress, and also happen to be besties in real life.
In speaking with Vanity Fair, the 27-year-old beauty shared that it was her friendship with Stone, 28, and Lawrence, 26, that helped her through a difficult patch when she had her first taste of worldwide fame a few years ago.
During her press tour for “Room”, Larson felt isolated from all the attention surrounding the film and the constant chatter about her role in it. “I felt lonely and bad sometimes. I was embarrassed to keep talking about myself,” she told the publication.
Thankfully, her fellow actresses reached out to her. “Emma wrote this beautiful e-mail out of nowhere, and then one day Jen sent me a text message after she saw ‘Room’, and we started talking,” Larson recalled. It wasn’t long before that group chat welcomed Amy Schumer and Lena Dunham into the conversation.
“That (group of friends) saved my life,” Larson admitted. “I was able to talk with them about everything that was going on in my life, and it was with people who had been through it before and are also hilarious. That support and acceptance was everything. I was home-schooled, so I didn’t have friends that had the same interests as me, and I found it to be absolutely incredible.”
This isn’t the first time these A-list stars have displayed their rock-solid support for one another. Back in February, Larson was one of the first ones to congratulate Stone after she won the Best Actress statue for her role as Mia in “La La Land”.
You can watch the heartfelt moment here:
We don’t know about you but this screams #SquadGoals to us.
You can read Larson’s full interview with Vanity Fair here.