Jennifer Lawrence's new movie "Red Sparrow" is a spy movie filled with violence, sex, and nudity, the latter of which the Oscar-winning actress was anxious about taking on, according to her upcoming interview on Sunday for "60 Minutes".
"Wow", she wrote. "I don't really know where to get started on this "Jennifer Lawrence wearing a revealing dress in the cold" controversy". She tells "60 Minutes" she had been devastated when nude photos of her were hacked and spread across the internet in 2014. She can size people up well, she's smart and she's stunning but she has no spark that makes a person irresistible and this is down to Jennifer Lawrence's poor performance Francis Lawrence's lacklustre direction and Justin Haythe's unapologetically abysmal script. She explained, "I know exactly what it would look like if somebody felt that way".
Jennifer Lawrence is a lot of things - an Oscar victor, a bona fide movie star, an outspoken advocate for women - but she isn't a high school graduate. And if I want to pose half naked in the cold, it is also MY CHOICE!- commented Lawrence.
"I can't believe people are truly making it a thing that JLaw didn't wear a coat over her dress..." "Even friends, for many years, were not as important to me as my career". "I mean, from the age of 14". Lawrence has scored one Oscar win and four total nominations over the years. "I am self-educated", the actresses added, admitting that her parents thought she was out of her mind at the time. "And I didn't want to let it go". "It's just an overwhelming feeling of, 'I get this".
Lawrence never returned to school to finish her studies or pick up a diploma, but she insists she'll never look back. She picked up an Academy Award in 2012 for Silver Linings Playbook.