Brie Larson is flaunting her superhero figure— and fans are loving it.
The 32-year-old "Avengers: Endgame" actress took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a photo of herself rocking a natural makeup look and posing on a bed in a hot pink strapless corset and dark-wash jeans.
"Plays 'Pynk' by Janelle Monae," the Oscar-winner captioned the photo for her more than 6.5 million followers.
Larson's photo was quickly met with comments, praising her natural look and toned upper body.
"You look so good," one Instagram user commented in all caps, while another added, "Pretty in pink!"
"Queen of wearing pink," another chimed in. "Pink is your colour."
"Absolutely beautiful," said another.
The secret to Larson's toned figure is her intense workout regime — not for the faint of heart. Last month the actress shared a video demonstrating the workout she uses to achieve her "Captain Marvel" physique. In the video, Larson is seen lying on a workout bench with her feet attached to weighted cables, which she pulls in to complete a reverse crunch.
"Working up to 10 reps, 3x at body weight," she captioned the clip, with Kacey Musgrave's "Slow Burn" playing in the background.
She also opened up in a recent interview with Insider about training for her role in 2019's "Captain Marvel," revealing that she pushed her body "far beyond" her expectations.
"I started this journey thinking I'll get strong and I had no idea. I went far beyond what I ever believed was possible for my body," she said. "Being able to hip thrust 400 pounds, deadlift 200 pounds, push my trainer's Jeep, I mean, it's an incredible experience to realize what's inside of you is well beyond what you knew was possible."
Larson also admitted that before joining the Marvel Universe, she wasn't much of a gym-goer.
"I affectionately called myself 'an introvert with asthma' before I got to play Carol Danvers and I started training first out of sheer panic," she said.
"That's part of why it's no surprise to me that this character has been able to reverberate outward because she first and foremost changed my life," she added. "So it makes sense to me that she could change other lives too."