Jennifer Lawrence on why she stepped away from the spotlight

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Oscar winner talks Vanity Fair magazine In an extensive interview for its December issue’s cover story, Touches on the challenges of fame, a near-death experience, the trauma of having intimate photos leaked online, and the gender pay gap.

Lawrence, who is expecting a child with husband Cooke Maroney, is set to return to the screen with Adam McKay’s comedy “Don’t Look Up.”

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Speaking to Vanity Fair, the 31-year-old star said: “I’m so nervous … I haven’t talked to the world in forever. And back to now, when I have all this new stuff added My life which I clearly want to preserve.”

The interview touches on the films Lawrence worked on before taking a step back from the spotlight, including “Passengers,” “Mom!” were involved. “Red Sparrow” and “Dark Phoenix”.


“I wasn’t pumping out the quality that I should have,” she said. “I think everyone got sick of me. I got sick of me.”

Lawrence said she felt like she couldn’t fix anything.

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“If I walked on a red carpet, she was like, ‘Why didn’t she run?’… I thought I was going to please people for most of my life,” she said.

Now Lawrence is pregnant and, although she declined to talk about how she feels about becoming a mother, she shared her thoughts about the safety of her baby.

“Every instinct in my body is to want to protect their privacy for the rest of my life, as much as I can. I don’t want anyone to feel welcome in my existence. And I feel like just including them.” Part of my job begins with not doing it,” she said.

in 2014, A hacker leaked nude photos of Lawrence and other female celebrities, The actress spoke about the impact it had on her.

“Anyone can go to see my naked body at any time of the day, without my consent,” she said. “Someone in France just published them. My trauma will exist forever.”

She also narrated an experience from 2017 when she was traveling in a small private plane that had to make a difficult emergency landing after both its engines failed.

Jennifer Lawrence is expecting her first child with husband Cooke Maroney

“Flying is terrible and I have to do it all the time,” she said, explaining how she began leaving “little psychic voicemails” to her family as the plane slammed toward the ground.

Lawrence, First name of world’s highest-paid actressalso touched on the alleged pay discrepancy between her and “Don’t Look Up” co-star Leonardo DiCaprio.

“Look, Leo brings in more box office than me. I’m extremely lucky and happy with my deal. But in other situations, what I’ve seen – and I’m sure other women in the workforce have seen too – – what equal pay It is extremely uncomfortable to inquire about,” she said. “And if you question something that appears unequal, you’re told it’s not gender inequality, but they can’t tell you what it really is.”

The film airs on Netflix next month and Granthshala has reached out to the streaming service for comment.

Read Karen Walby’s full cover story “A Happy New Year” in the December issue of Vanity Fair and on


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