The Jennifer Lawrence Comeback Is Already a Wild Ride

Everyone’s favorite clumsy Oscar-winner is back in the spotlight after a few years of scarcity. While promoting her latest movie dam, Jennifer Lawrence open to New York Times writer Kyle Buchanan about her time away from the limelight, revealed films she wished she’d passed on and what’s in store for the future.

In profile, Lawrence spills tea surrounding her infamous big night at gay hangout Pieces in the West Village with none other than Adele, where the two stars would hang out with the locals, play drinking games and do karaoke together. Years earlier, Grammy-winner Lawrence offered advice she wished she’d heeded: pass on her 2016 sci-fi film passengers. “Adele told me not to do it,” Lawrence said of the critical flop facing her star Chris Pratt as two hibernating humans aboard a spaceship. “She said, ‘I feel like space movies are the new vampire movies.’ I should have listened to her.”

In her vanity fair Cover story last year, Lawrence admitted there was a time in her career when “I wasn’t pumping out the quality I was supposed to be.” “I just think everyone was fed up with me,” she said. “I was fed up. It just got to a point where I couldn’t do anything right anymore. When I walked a red carpet, it was, ‘Why didn’t she run?'”

In her New York Times Profile, Lawrence extended her sense of overexposure during the time she was performing passengers Darren Aronofsky‘s Mother! (2017), and Red Sparrow (2018). At the time, she spoke openly about problems with her team, which she said steered her away from smaller indie projects dam for fear they wouldn’t connect with the audiences they’d built with franchises like The hunger Games. “I let myself be kidnapped,” she said. In August 2018 she left her agency CAA after 10 years.

When asked how she felt about what was to come hunger games Prehistory, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, set to star Westside Story‘s Rachel Zegler, Lawrence said, “It makes me feel old as mold. I remember being 21 and thinking, ‘My God, one day they’re going to redo them and make them new. But by then I’ll be so old! I’ll be dead!’” What’s next on her agenda, Lawrence highlighted projects she’s producing with her production company, Excellent Cadaver, in which she’ll be starring: the comedy No hard feelings with Broadway actors Andrew Barth Feldman; die my love an adaptation of Ariana Harwicz Directed novel Lynne Ramsay; and a biopic of Hollywood agent Sue Mengers.

Strangely, the profile was missing the message that Lawrence is no longer involved bad blood, the film adaptation of the best-selling book about the rise and fall of the convicted Theranos impostor Elizabeth Holmes. Corresponding a tweet from BuchananLawrence dropped out of the project after watching Amanda Seyfried‘s Emmy-winning portrayal of Holmes in the Hulu miniseries The Dropout. “I thought they were great,” Lawrence said. “I thought, ‘Yeah, we don’t have to repeat that.’ She did.” The Jennifer Lawrence Comeback Is Already a Wild Ride

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