Quentin Tarantino and Steven Spielberg watched early screenings of Disney’s Brie Larson + Augmented Reality short, creating a ‘full circle’ moment for the actress

Among this week Disney+ New Releases It is short called to remember , Produced and starring Brie Larson, which features the groundbreaking augmented reality component that jumps out of your TV. Larson collaborated on the project with her partner Elijah Allan-Blitz, who wrote and directed it. previous to to rememberThe pair debuted to a number of major filmmakers, including Quentin Tarantino and Steven Spielberg, in the hope that creating their own AR would inspire the larger filmmaking community.

CinemaBlend had the chance to visit the Walt Disney Studios Lot in Burbank, CA this week check about to remember Chat with Larson and Alan Blitzalong with other outlets. During the conversation, Larson shared why showing Steven Spielberg’s short film was an especially big moment for her. In her words:

[Spielberg] He was someone who threw me into my first big role when I was 18, so we went to Amblin and showed it to him and it was a very complete moment for me, because I felt like he gave me this gift. And then I felt like we could give him that gift by going, like, you know, that’s something he’s always been very interested in. And we were able to discover that and it’s something [he] can use. Was like, can I use this? Yes, that is to use it. So, [Remembering] Very special and it kind of continues to widen my mind to see what’s possible.

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