Brie Larson

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Now this is a Room we want to be in.

E! News caught up with awards season darling Brie Larson yesterday on the National Board of Review red carpet and we had to ask whether the actress planned to sit with her BFFs Amy Schumer and Jennifer Lawrence at the 2016 Golden Globe Awards this Sunday? And her answer was...

If she has any say in the matter, you bet!

The bombshell trio, all of whom are nominated for acting awards (including J.Law vs. Amy in the Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical, category), are indeed hoping to buddy up at what would easily then be the evening's It table. And we must say, we hope these three get their wish! Just think of the quips, the pics, the boozy shenanigans that the Globes is known for…

Alas, Larson isn't exactly in charge of the awards show's seating arrangement. So while we might begrudgingly—we mean, patiently—await this Sunday's show to see if Brie and her gal pals land their very own power corner, it sounds as though Larson & Co. are doing their share to make our dreams come true.

"I haven't heard," she admitted to us. "We're just like full-court pressing it...Everyone's asking me!"

And if these in-demand stars can't make the showrunners budge, who can? But luckily, the actress has come up with a pretty stellar backup plan.

Jennifer Lawrence, Amy Schumer

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"Well, we're trying," Larson added. "I'm pretty sure we will play a game of musical chairs if we're not sitting together. Because at this point it's just it would be crazy...who am I gonna make jokes with?! I gotta sit next to my girls!"

Press away, Brie!

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