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And then my fucking house flooded.”“I hate crystals,” Lawrence says. There’s not much evidence Lawrence is living here, other than an oil painting of her dog, Pippi, over the fireplace. ) who falls in love with a CIA agent played by Joel Edgerton.
I think Pippi might actually be in some of them.”Is she going to get the finished Currin? She’s a four-time Oscar nominee and Best Actress winner (, an action-thriller she made with her friend and Hunger Games director Francis Lawrence (no relation): In the film, Lawrence is a ballerina drafted into a Russian spy agency (newsy!
I think it’s going to be the kind of film that people argue about at dinner parties for months, if not years. A celebrated director (] works as a truthful, realistic relationship movie . At the moment, only a handful of people have seen the film, and Aronofsky is cautious about saying anything revealing.
I also can’t believe I took Lawrence to a sensory-deprivation tank after she saw it. “Different people will see it different ways, and I’m always inspired by films you remember and are still talking about a few days later.”After writing the script in a flurry—five days, he says—Aronofsky was thrilled to get Lawrence for the part, considering her hectic schedule and the fact that would begin with three months of rehearsals in a Brooklyn warehouse involving the primary cast, which besides Lawrence and Pfeiffer includes Javier Bardem and Ed Harris.“To get that type of commitment from an actor is hard,” he says.
Lawrence says her tank experience was mostly positive until the end, when she realized she’d spun herself around and couldn’t find the hatch opening, and had a brief moment of panic until she located it and got out. “But other than that, I had a lovely time.”The truth is, she can’t stop thinking about She’d sat with Aronofsky and watched it just a couple of hours before.
(OK: It is not about sea horses from outer space who take over the White House.)The public’s first clue as to what lurks inside is an unsettling, multilayered film in which Lawrence gives a devastatingly beautiful performance that is equal parts vulnerability and rage and unlike anything she’s done before.
The film jarred me for days after I saw it, and I want——to see it again. but also works on an allegorical plane, too,” the soft-spoken director tells me in a New York City editing suite in early summer.
“There’s part of me that can’t imagine Jen not working, or not working for long.” Lawrence herself has said that this is her metabolism, that she can’t stand the idea of “waking up with nothing to do or going to sleep without accomplishing anything.” Lately, however, she’s come around to the idea that a little bit of rest might be good.“Yeah, that was ridiculous,” she says. This is great.”By now, you’ve probably read a thousand things about how Jennifer Lawrence is just like the rest of us, how she is exactly the kind of Hollywood non–head case you’d want to chill at a fire and share reasonably priced bourbon with. Amid a breezy conversation that ranges from the ”) to whether or not it’s worth trying ayahuasca (She hasn’t: “I haven’t had the calling”) to Lawrence’s famous adoration of reality TV (“You can look at someone else’s life and say, ‘Well, obviously, you shouldn’t marry that guy,’ and it makes you feel like God for 30 minutes”), it’s easy to forget you’re in the company of someone now hailed as movie-industry royalty—a description that will surely cause Lawrence to draw a finger to her mouth and make the barf sign.“I’m not sure she has the capacity to be anyone but herself,” says Lawrence’s best friend, Justine Ciarrocchi, one of her roommates back in their shared-apartment/ramen-noodles days.
“She’s a bit like a shark in that way—she needs to keep moving to stay alive,” says Francis Lawrence.
“I thought the script was beautiful—it was this tainted, complicated love story. I wish I could convey the full-body eye roll that Lawrence does when talking about this weeks later. ’ And I’m like, ‘No, it’s all there.’ ”Lawrence wrote a hilarious Facebook post on the “controversy”—“I’m not going to apologize, I had a BLAST that night”—but the episode was still jarring.