Jennifer Lawrence, known for her roles in movies like The Hunger Games, opened up about a time when she took revenge on a school bully. During an interview, she recalled an incident in middle school where a girl asked her to pass out invitations to a party she wasn’t invited to.
Lawrence described how mean it was and shared how she handled the situation. She admitted that she spat on the invitations and threw them in the trash. This was her way of getting back at the bully who had treated her poorly.
The actress also joked about her latest R-rated comedy film, No Hard Feelings, and mentioned that her young son Cy might not enjoy watching it. She doesn’t worry about him seeing it as it may not be suitable for his age.
When asked if motherhood has changed the types of roles she chooses, Lawrence explained that it hasn’t affected her choices significantly. She mentioned that the only difference is in how much she’s doing and the timing of her projects.
Additionally, Jennifer Lawrence expressed her enjoyment of working on raunchy comedies like the one she is currently involved in. She mentioned that if given the chance, she would happily take on similar funny projects in the future.
Jennifer Lawrence, who got married to Cooke Maroney in 2019, gave a glimpse into her life as a mother. She shared her openness to continue working on diverse roles while balancing her personal life as a new mom.
The actress’s revenge story sheds light on her personal experiences with bullying and how she found her own way to stand up against it. Her ability to overcome such challenges and her dedication to her career make her an inspiring figure for many.