During a large part of the 2010’s, Jennifer Lawrence remained one of the most active young actresses and sought after by the major Hollywood studios, with “Winter’s Bone” being responsible for taking off her popularity by generating her first Oscar nomination. Although it would not be until 2012 that she managed to establish herself before the general public with the premiere of the first installment of “The Hunger Games”.
From 2011 to 2019 alone, Lawrence was part of 19 films, including some within the “X-Men” saga, taking the role of Mystique. During that period she managed to get her first Oscar in the category of “Best Actress” for her work in “Silver Linings Playbook”, directed by David O. Russell.
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Despite the great success that the 31-year-old actress currently has, Lawrence has criticized during a recent interview the quality of the latest films in which she has been a part, many of which have been considered true failures by critics. and the international box office.
In his last four big-screen roles, Lawrence has starred in the sci-fi romance Passengers, “Mother!” an allegorical psychological drama written and directed by Darren Aronofsky, the espionage thriller “Red Sparrow” and “X- Men: Dark Phoenix”, of which after its premiere he decided to take a break from his work in front of the cameras.
In an interview given to Vanity Fair, Lawrence notes that “it wasn’t pumping out the quality it should have.” “I just think everyone has had enough of me. I would get fed up with myself. She had reached a point where she couldn’t do anything right. If I walked down a red carpet, I was like, ‘Why doesn’t she run away?’”
Jennifer Lawrence points out that most of her life was pleasing others, and that only by working could she feel that no one would be angry with her, which has led her to feel that she reached the point where no one was pleased by her existence. . “So that made me think that work or your career can bring any kind of peace to your soul,” she said.
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The interview also featured a statement from Justine Polsky, Lawrence’s friend and production partner, who assured that the “stardom protocol began to kill his creative spirit”, so disappearing was the best thing he could have done to protect his talents and his own sanity.
Jennifer Lawrence has prepared her return to acting with “Don’t Look Up”, the new comedy from acclaimed director Adam McKay in which she shares credits with Leonardo DiCaprio. Both play a couple of astronomers who try to warn society of the impact of a huge asteroid, meeting with the disinterest and apathy of the people. The tape will arrive exclusively for Netflix next December.
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