Brie Larson: 'I can finally sleep'

Brie Larson: 'I can finally sleep'

At the London premiere of "Captain Marvel," Brie Larson discusses the challenges of leading a Marvel film, including keeping the plot secret, while co-star Samuel L. Jackson says working on superhero films is an "extra special joy."
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