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It was a bad week for icons, and Jennifer Lawrence was “feeling dark.” But that seemed anomalous.
With the wild popularity of the movies (the first two installments earned more than a billion dollars worldwide) and three Academy Award nominations (she's the youngest actress to have been nominated three times), with a win for best actress (for Jennifer, whom her friends call Jen, was wearing a blue cotton top and a very short skirt she kept tugging at, saying, “I should have worn pants.” Her knees were scuffed, as if she'd just climbed down from a hickory tree.
(But, she adds, “it was probably because I fucked up on my birth-control pills and I was hormonally just out of control that night.”)After ordering coffee with soy milk, Jennifer walked over to the bar.
“You look like you could use some help,” she said as I struggled to open a bottle of sparkling water.
She never got fucked up.”Woody and Jennifer first met when she went aboard Woody's “sustainable bus,” which he uses to promote environmentally responsible living. “I mean, it's hard for her to go to dinner without having five or six people interrupt, to have their pictures taken with her.”Jennifer read all of Collins's novels when they were first published, “in three days,” but she never saw herself as their teenage heroine, Katniss Everdeen, the plucky survivor who changes the Games. They're like, ‘When we read the book, we didn't picture you.’ I was like, ‘I didn't, either.’ ” For one thing, she always felt that she was “too much of a klutz” to play a skillful archer, but her self-described klutziness is part of her charm.
“When people look at you differently and talk to you differently, like even just walking into an elevator, it's a very isolating feeling—they don't look at you like a person anymore.
It's one of the most lonely, icy feelings in the world.”Her way of dealing with this overwhelming fame is to stay close to family and a small circle of old friends.
That is the exact issue itself.“Just because I'm a public figure, just because I'm an actress, does not mean that I asked for this. It's my body, and it should be my choice, and the fact that it is not my choice is absolutely disgusting. It didn't feel right to make a public statement, but it does need to be talked about.
I can't believe that we even live in that kind of world.“People forget that we're human.” act. And I was afraid that by sitting and doing nothing, that made it seem O. for other women and girls to just let it happen to them, because it isn't.”In light of this, her publicists' nervousness at our interview is understandable.