The failure of his latest film "Mother!" It was devastating for Jennifer Lawrence and even more because she was dating the director of the film, Darren Aronofsky.
He said he discovered how negative the reaction to "mother!" when consulting Twitter.
"It was horrible, it was really bad, I loved it so much, and it broke my heart, especially Darren [Aronofsky] because I loved this person, and every time you are in a relationship, your pain is your pain," He told The Hollywood Reporter.
The industry magazine notes that Lawrence and Aronofsky are no longer together. The couple split recently, according to People. She said that the failure of the film was difficult to overcome.
"I've probably been more insecure after last year, and I do not know if it's just a feeling of: I have more to lose, I have more people to be disappointed, I do not know how to explain it," he reflected.
Jennifer Lawrence filmed & # 39; Mother! & # 39; Assaulted as "grotesque and nauseating"
She is ready to take risks again with her upcoming film "Red Sparrow" in March, which presents her in a sexual role, the first for the actress who was the victim of a naked photo pirated more than three years.
"… Red Sparrow was sexual, and I did not do anything sexy or sexual," he told The Hollywood Reporter. "I've been afraid of that since 201
She revealed that she is still shocked by the leakage of her intimate and provocative images.
" I am so afraid of my phone and my computer and electronic products, "he said." It's taking away someone's intellectual property, but also my body. I was raping on a sexual level. "
In the extensive interview, conducted by Oprah Winfrey, Lawrence also opened himself to the possibility of being asked to participate in a list of nudes when he was auditioning for a role.
abusive I mean, I was not sexually abusive … "she clarified" But a woman abused me from a movie … There was a general consensus in the movie [that] that I was fat, so it was not just the woman. Everyone agreed that I was fat. And she had to be the spokesperson. "
She chose to share her experience after dozens of women spoke out against former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, with whom Lawrence worked.
" Speaking alone, I had known him since I was 20 years old, and he had only been kind to me, except for the times when I was not, and then I called him "hole", and we moved on. He was fatherly to me. So I needed a moment to process everything because I thought I knew this guy, and then they accused him of rape. We all knew he was a dog, we knew he was a … tough guy, a brute, a tough guy to negotiate with. I did not know he was a rapist. "
Lawrence, 27, said she is happy that more women talk about their experiences with sexual harassment and abuse.
" I do not know a woman who has not been affected by some type of abuse. I'm sad about women's stories, but I'm excited about the change that's going to come from there. "