Hollywood Rising Star Laura Harrier Flaunts Her Fit Body in Stunning Photo Shoot Pics
Rising star Laura Harrier got the chance to be interviewed by Halle Berry and she shared the stunning photos taken for the shoot.
After appearing in the Marvel blockbuster "Spider-Man: Homecoming," Laura Harrier is quickly rising in the entertainment industry, also appearing in the Netflix series "Hollywood," where she shared the screen with veterans like Patti LuPone and Holland Taylor, and other newcomers like David Corenswet.
Recently, the star graced the cover of "V" magazine's fall 2020 issue, and she just shared the stunning photo's taken for the feature.
In one of the shots, the actress poses in a black bra and high-waisted matching underwear, with her dark hair in high pigtails.
During the shoot, Harrier revealed that she was interviewed by her hero, Halle Berry who shared a clip of the interview where she gave the 30-year-old advice saying:
"I think that's my biggest message: Don't let other people's fears sit down on you, or their limitations sit down on you."
During their chat, Harrier and Berry talked about the Black Lives Matter movement, with Harrier praising it by calling the action amazing.
The star also praised Marvel for their role in representation after they cast both her and Zendaya in the movie, adding that they did not make it about their "blackness."
Harrier decided to use her platform to speak against injustices.
Born in Chicago, Harrier first started modeling in her late teens. However, she decided to join the William Esper Studio performing arts school to pursue her dream of acting.
After she bagged the role of a student activist in the movie "BlacKkKlansman," she decided to use her platform to speak against injustices. She said:
"Look at what's going on around the world and figure out how to talk to people in our communities and create change, even though it can be scary."
While she may have left the fashion industry behind her, Harrier always looks stunning when she hits the red carpet. She has said that she always loved dressing up.
Speaking to InStyle, she said that it was probably the reason that she became an actress, adding that clothes helped her tap into her emotions.
As for her "Spiderman" character, Harrier gave life to Peter Parker's love interest. However, she left at the end of the movie.