Jennifer Lawrence Reveals What She Would Do If She Ever Met Trump
Dec 07 2017 by Francis Osborne
However J.Law is ready to move on, also opening up about her upcoming project Red Sparrow, and how she approached the overtly sexual role after a series of nude photos of her were leaked in 2014 when her iCloud account was hacked.
Despite the horrific accusations against the disgraced producer, Jennifer said he acted like a father to her. Harvey knew who she was since she was 20-years-old, so the thought of him being a rapist was truly shocking. "I mean, I don't think you ever do feel settled, [but] as soon as you feel settled with your home and your personal life, you're looking at the world and going, 'How in the hell do I fix this?"
"I've got a pretty good speech", Lawrence said, adding with a laugh that "it ends with a martini to the face". "I'll never share that part of myself ever since it got shared against my will.' And then when I said yes to Red Sparrow, I felt I was taking something back". The actress said there was a moment when all of the allegations against Harvey first surfaced, where her friends and acquaintances told her that it would be best to speak out. "He told me he was anxious about her. Michael told me that Hunger Games was about to come out and he believed that it was going to be a hugely successful film and he said that Jennifer had absolutely no idea how her life was going to change".
"That's what's so scary about electronic (things)".
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Jennifer Lawrence has revealed the flop of her latest movie mother! affected her relationship with the film's director Darren Aronofsky. "It was violating on a sexual level".
Lawrence praised all the women who have come forward with allegations of sexual misconduct against a number of men in the industry, but said that all of the stories are as "horrifying" as each other. "He was paternal to me". "So I needed a moment to process everything because I thought I knew this guy, and then he's being accused of rape".
Lawrence said she wanted to see "social change" and for that to happen there needs to be equality between men and women.
She continued to describe Weinstein as a "tough guy" and a "brute", but she maintained that she was unaware of his true persona.