Brie Larson has landed her next big role.
The Captain Marvel star, 29, has signed on to executive produce and act in an upcoming series by Apple, according to Variety.
The untitled show is based on undercover CIA agent Amaryllis Fox, who wrote the upcoming memoir Life Undercover: Coming of Age in the CIA.
Fox’s book will hit shelves in October is described as a woman’s journey as she enters the CIA and trains to become a spy.
This is Larson’s latest project in the works following her anticipated role as Carol Danvers in the upcoming Captain Marvel, which hits theaters this Friday.
At the Los Angeles premiere of Captain Marvel, Larson revealed to PEOPLE the role had changed her life.
“I don’t know if I’m just tired but I feel like I’m going to cry. It’s been a couple of years of working on this movie,” Larson said. “Carol [Danvers, her character] changed my life and the movie hasn’t even come out yet.”
As for how playing a former airforce pilot changed her, Larson said, “Just, in particular, getting strong, learning how to stand my ground, own myself, and value my voice. Those are things that I learned from her.”
She added, “I’ve been very open about the fact I’m an introvert, I have asthma and I was able to push myself further than I thought possible. I’m excited to share her with the world.”
The actress won an Oscar for her portrayal as a mother in captive in Room and will reprise her role as Captain Marvel in this summer’s Avengers: Endgame.
Larson has also had a few roles in TV in the past, including in the United States of Tara and Raising Dad. She’s previously starred in The Glass Castle, Kong: Skull Island, Trainwreck and The Gambler.
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