Jennifer Lawrence: how The Hunger Games affected her work as an actress | The Hunger Games nndatl | CELEBRITIES

Fame brings with it the success and recognition of locals and strangers, but not everything is rosy in this facet of the entertainment industry. entertainment: it also has its dark or negative side and numerous celebrities from Hollywood they have experienced it. now it was Jennifer Lawrence who spoke about it and how “The Hunger Games” It also disrupted his working life for the worse.

The actress, a native of Kentucky, USArose to film fame with the saga “The Hunger Games” -name in English- that starred throughout its four installments. Thus, today it is easy to relate it to said tape; However, the artist recently revealed the bad thing about having had such a brilliant fame.

Lawrence spoke with an open heart during his participation in “Actors on Actors” de Variety, space that he has shared with Viola Davis, who, curiously, is part of the prequel to the franchise “The Hunger Games. Ballad of Songbirds and Serpents”.

Lawrence won the Oscar for Best Actress in 2012 for her role in “Silver Linings Playbook” (Photo: AFP)


The celeb indicates that fame overexposed her so much that she felt that she was being watched at all times for the rest, a situation that did not allow him to enjoy the things in life, including his success.

I couldn’t be an observer of life because everyone was watching me. I could feel my craft was suffering. And I didn’t know how to fix itsaid the 32-year-old actress.

I was fighting trying to fix it by saying ‘yes’ to one movie and then trying to fix it with another movie.. And without realizing it, what I had to do was not make any movies until someone said something to me.”he continued.

Beyond this drawback, Jennifer feels satisfied to have given life to an action hero when in the market it is common to see that women do not have the support to interpret those roles.

“It was an incredible responsibility. No one had put a woman in charge of an action movie because it wasn’t going to work.. We were told that girls and boys can identify with a male lead, but boys can’t with a female lead. It makes me very happy every time I see a movie released that destroys each and every one of those beliefs. and it shows that it is a lie to leave certain people out of the movies”he concluded.


After a few years of rest, Lawrence has returned to acting with “Causeway”, a film available on Apple TV + and in which he shares a cast with Bryan Tyree Henry.

The plot tells the story of a female soldier suffering from a brain injury in afghanistan and must return home. Once in her home, the protagonist is unable to adjust to her life.

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