Room is already one of the most talked about and acclaimed movies of 2016 and Brie Larson's central performance is picking a whole host of support as we head towards the Oscars.
Larson was the toast of the Golden Globes at the weekend as she scooped her first gong for Best Actress in a Drama. This win came just days after picked up Best Actress and EE Rising Star Award nominations at the Baftas.
Room is a big screen adaptation of the novel of the same name by Emma Donoghue; the author herself has adapted the book into a screenplay and has been picking plenty of award nominations of her own along the way.
There are just a few days to go until Room finally hits the big screen here in the UK, and we have a great new clip for you to take a look at:
Room marks the return of Lenny Abrahamson to the director's chair for his first feature film since Frank back in 2014. This movie also marks the first time that he has teamed up with Larson.
The director has brought together a terrific cast as Larson and Jacob Tremblay take on the central roles of Ma and Jack as they play mother and son in the drama. The duo is joined by Sean Bridgers, Joan Allen, and William H.Macy.
Room is a riveting emotional journey about the power of love, limitless imagination and the strength of the human spirit, Room is an unparalleled celebration of the bond between parent and child.
Ma has created a whole universe in 'Room' for five-year-old Jack, where they have both lived for Jack's whole life. But when Ma decides they have to escape, she risks everything to give Jack the chance to make a thrilling discovery: the world.
Larson is one of the actresses to truly watch out for this year and Room looks set to be her major breakthrough role. The Oscar nominations will be announced later this week and Larson is set to be in the Best Actress mix once again. Could she go on to take the biggest film award? I guess we are going to have to wait and see.
Room is released 15th January.
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