Jennifer Lawrence On Weinstein: 'We All Knew He Was A Dog'

Postado Dezembro 07, 2017

Speaking about the Harvey Weinstein sex scandal, Lawrence said she has known the producer since she was 20, but had not had a negative experience with him. But if you're tight on time, here are the highlights. "I think so. I've got a pretty good speech".

This could have been fueled in part to the negative fan response she received for her work on "mother!", Darren Aronofsky's allegorical horror film that was a dramatic departure from her previous work.

And so she decided that was it, telling Winfrey, "I just thought, 'I'll never do that again. He was paternal to me", she told the Hollywood Reporter.

Jennifer Lawrence has never met President Donald Trump, but she knows exactly what she's going to say ― and order to drink ― if she ever runs into him.

The 27-year-old said finding out the flick was critically panned via Twitter was "horrible" and the numerous bad reviews ultimately took their toll.

"I have such fear with my phone and my computer and electronics", Lawrence shared. "I don't know how to explain it".

The decision is in part because of how exposed she felt after the 2014 nude photo hack that released thousands of images of female celebrities across the internet, including Lawrence. "It was violating on a sexual level".

J.Law also opened up about her new role in Red Sparrow. F-ck it. I'm not the only woman who's going through this.

Abundantly aware that her desired dinner companions are, um, surprising, Lawrence said, "I'm not proud of that, but that's what comes from my heart". I'll give you a hint - it's not nice.

"They are all awful, and not one is more horrifying than the next, but being able to hear when the woman wore the microphone and Harvey was telling her to watch him shower - I felt sick in my bones for an entire day", the actress said.

Lawrence, a board member for the non-profit organization Represent.Us, says she wants to embark on high school and college campus tours throughout the country: "I want to travel around to the areas I'm from so that people realize corruption is a completely nonpartisan issue".