Brie Larson looked to be in great spirits as she took in the opening of Spamalot on Broadway at the St James Theater in New York City over the weekend.

The Lessons in Chemistry star smiled and laughed as she modeled an oversized tan blazer. The 34-year-old wore her blonde hair parted on the side and in loose waves over her shoulders. 

She was joined by her The Marvels co-star star Iman Vellani, 21, who played Ms Marvel in the movie. Vellani smiled for the camera as she wore a white button-down open over a black camisole and added prescription glasses.

The two actresses posed with their heads together and grins on their faces before the show kicked off. 

This comes after the opening weekend for their Marvels film was disappointing. 

Broadway: Brie Larson took in the opening of Spamalot on Broadway in NYC over the weekend with her The Marvels costar Iman Vellani

Broadway: Brie Larson took in the opening of Spamalot on Broadway in NYC over the weekend with her The Marvels costar Iman Vellani

Broadway: Brie Larson took in the opening of Spamalot on Broadway in NYC over the weekend with her The Marvels costar Iman Vellani

Cute: Ms. Marvel star Iman Vellani, 21, joined Brie at the play at the St. James Theater in New York City

Cute: Ms. Marvel star Iman Vellani, 21, joined Brie at the play at the St. James Theater in New York City

Cute: Ms. Marvel star Iman Vellani, 21, joined Brie at the play at the St. James Theater in New York City 

The Broadway outing comes as her most recent film, The Marvels, didn’t do as well as expected at the box office on its opening weekend.

It brought in just $47 million in box office receipts. The sum is the lowest-ever opening of a movie from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. 

Initial predictions saw the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe film opening to between $75 million and $80 million domestically.

Many factors could have contributed to the flop including the SAG-AFTRA strike which prohibited actors from promoting their projects.

And while the strike ended last week, it was too late to put together much press for the opening.

Another possible reason for the disappointing box office numbers is the sheer amount of super hero movies the studios have been churning out in recent years both in theaters and on streaming services. Audiences may be tiring of the same old stories being told over and over again.

Luckily, Brie is garnering great reviews and lots of views for her AppleTV+ Lessons In Chemistry. 

The Captain Marvel actress also executive produces the series and has been involved in every step of the production. 

Opening night: The Lessons in Chemistry star, 34, looked chic in an oversized tan blazer. She wore her blonde hair parted on the side and in loose waves

Opening night: The Lessons in Chemistry star, 34, looked chic in an oversized tan blazer. She wore her blonde hair parted on the side and in loose waves

Opening night: The Lessons in Chemistry star, 34, looked chic in an oversized tan blazer. She wore her blonde hair parted on the side and in loose waves

On film: Larson as Captain Marvel/Carol Danvers and Vellani as Ms Marvel/Kamala Khan in  The Marvels. It brought in just $47 million in box office receipts. The sum is the lowest-ever opening of a movie from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Initial predictions saw the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe film opening to between $75 million and $80 million domestically

On film: Larson as Captain Marvel/Carol Danvers and Vellani as Ms Marvel/Kamala Khan in  The Marvels. It brought in just $47 million in box office receipts. The sum is the lowest-ever opening of a movie from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Initial predictions saw the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe film opening to between $75 million and $80 million domestically

On film: Larson as Captain Marvel/Carol Danvers and Vellani as Ms Marvel/Kamala Khan in  The Marvels. It brought in just $47 million in box office receipts. The sum is the lowest-ever opening of a movie from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Initial predictions saw the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe film opening to between $75 million and $80 million domestically

In an interview on The Today Show on Friday, Larson revealed that she had access to the book two years before it hit bookstore shelves. 

Her excitement over the project began with the character she plays, which she called: ‘This remarkable character that I wanted to be with and wanted to know and wanted to bring to life.

‘Its stories about love and its stories about the complicated nature of life and resilience and the impact we have on each other,’ she added.

‘The idea of her stepping up and using her platform is something that I also care a lot about… It was a pleasure to be in her shoes.’ 

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