Jennifer Lawrence had to put a pin in reading all those mothers! critical of critics, not necessarily because many were negative, but because they all gave rise to what she calls an unhealthy habit.
"Normally, I promote a movie, put the work to promote it, I ask people to go see it, and then it's out of your hands, I usually let it go," Lawrence tells Adam Sandler for the series. Actors on Actors "by Variety . "Going out with the director was different."
Lawrence recently separated from his boyfriend director, Darren Aronofsky, who directed the Oscar at mother. But they were together during the entire press tour of the film.  "We would be touring together, I went back to the hotel, and the last thing I want to talk or think about is a movie," he says. "He comes back from the tour, and that's all he wants to talk about and I understand, it's his baby, he wrote it, he conceived it, he directed it, he was doing a double task trying to be a support partner and same time I was telling myself, "Can I, for the love of God, not think about mother!" for a second? "
When it started Le read some of the reviews and discovered that were not healthy "Finally I said:" It's not healthy, neither of us do it because if I read it, I start to get defensive. "Especially because it's my man ," he explains. "I do not want to sound an interview that I am defending what we are doing in no way. It's amazing, what we did. Some people hate him and people who hate him really hate him. But it's nothing that needs to be defended and if I read a negative criticism, I just feel defensive. "
Lawrence previously told EW in an interview that she was not surprised by the reaction of the audience that split the film, that he received the infamous F CinemaScore.
"There is no middle ground," he said. "We knew he was divided. That's what [was] is so exciting: everyone will feel something. You will create a conversation. It will create a controversy. Nobody is going to leave getting something from him. "