Brie Larson may be a household name now after her role in Marvel Studio’s new movie Captain Marvelbut one detractor had his doubts.

Netflix announced on March 22 that Larson’s feature directorial debut movie Unicorn Store, which sees her teaming up again with her Captain Marvel co-star Samuel L. Jackson, would be released on April 5. Naturally the streaming platform shared a trailer to pump people up on Twitter.

The movie’s trailer shows Larson’s character Kit mainly painting and using every color of the rainbow in front of art critics. To her dismay, the judges don’t like her creation and she is sent back to the metaphorical drawing board to figure out what she wants to be when she gets an invitation to someplace called ‘the store’. There she meets Samuel L. Jackson’s character, The Salesman, who shows her all she’s every wanted in life, a unicorn. The trailer shows the beginnings of a story trying to, as Kit says in the end, that “Everybody needs some magic in their lives, even if they’re all grown-up.” Who could have a problem with that?

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