“I think everyone got sick of me. I got sick of me.”
Jennifer Lawrence has criticized the many films in which she has recently appeared, many of which were deemed critical and commercial failures.
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Starr’s last four dramatic roles were in a science-fiction romance passengersDarren Aronofsky’s Psychological Terror Mother!espionage thriller red sparrow and the X-Men movie dark PhoenixAfter which he decided to stay away from limelight for some time.
“I wasn’t pumping out the quality that I should have,” Lawrence told Vanity Fair. “I think everyone got sick of me. I got sick of me. It just got to a point where I couldn’t fix anything. If I walked the red carpet, it was, ‘Why didn’t she run?'”
She continued: “I feel like I was doing people pleasers for most of my life. Working out made me feel like no one can get mad at me: ‘Well, I said yes, we’re doing this. No one is crazy.’ And then I felt like I had reached a point where people just weren’t happy with my existence. So that kind of shook me into thinking that work or your career can give any kind of peace to your soul. “
Lawrence’s longtime friend and producing partner Justin Polsky said: “The protocol of stardom began to kill her creative spirit, to fuck with her compass. So, she disappeared, which may have protected her gifts. was the most responsible way to do it and prudence.”
whereas passengers was successful at the box office and red sparrow Performed moderately, both receiving mixed reviews, with ratings of 30 percent and 45 percent respectively rotten Tomatoes,
Mother! It received a 68 percent Rotten Tomatoes rating, but it had the worst box office opening for Lawrence in a film where he had the highest billing. dark Phoenix Getting 22 percentile was a commercial and critical failure. Deadline Hollywood Calculated that adding all expenses and revenues together, it made a net loss of $133 million.
Lawrence’s return to acting will see her play Kate DiBiaski, a low-level astronomer who loves smoking weed, in Adam McKay’s upcoming political comedy. Don’t look up
The actress revealed earlier this week that she will rise higher on the sets to immerse herself in the role. The film releases in select theaters on December 10 and on Netflix on December 24.