ACTRESS Jennifer Lawrence celebrates taking the plunge into full-on comedy.
The US star, 32, is known for her roles in the Hunger Games and X-Men films and won an Oscar in 2012.
Jennifer Lawrence posed in a plunging swimsuit in the latest edition of Interview magazineCredit: Photographed by Collier Schorr For Interview Magazine
Jennifer was promoting new movie No Hard FeelingsCredit: Photographed by Collier Schorr For Interview Magazine
But she resisted out-and-out comedies despite being asked “a million times”.
However, she posed in a swimsuit and trackies to promote new film No Hard Feelings.
She told Interview mag of the film: “It was a blast.
“I’ve always wanted to do comedy and I’ve been asked a million times.
“I was never against it, but you’ve seen the movies that come out. I don’t want to name anything specifically, but there hasn’t been anything that funny.”
The film tells the story of a desperate woman who agreed to date a wealthy couple’s awkward 19-year-old son before he leaves for college.
But despite and the raunchy nature of the film and the recent birth of her son Cy in February of 2022, Jennifer is not worried about her child seeing her movie.
She told TalkRadio: “Everything I’ve learned from other actors is that your kids will never ever want to watch your movies or hear about them.”
The former Hunger Games star added: “So I feel safe.”
Jennifer and hubby Cooke Maroney, 38, said ‘I do’ on Saturday, October 19, 2019 during a lavish ceremony in Newport, Rhode Island.
They held the nuptials at the historic Belcourt mansion, where she wore a Dior dress while her hubby looked dapper in a classic tuxedo.
Following the ceremony, guests were served up a hearty meal of smoked pork belly followed by roast beef and bread pudding.
Once the meal was finished guests were invited to really let their hair down at the glitzy party, with entertainment provided by covers band The Ruckus.
Jennifer said she previously passed on out-and-out comedies despite being asked ‘a million times’Credit: Photographed by Collier Schorr For Interview Magazine
The film tells the story of a desperate woman who agreed to date a wealthy couple’s awkward 19-year-old son before he leaves for college