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March 24 2018, 07:43 | Perry Erickson
Jennifer Lawrence Is Taking A Year Off From Acting To Focus On Activism
In fact, Lawrence told ET that she was strangely comfortable with stripping off for the cameras while filming Red Sparrow.
The Oscar-winning actress made the announcement on Thursday during a promotional appearance for her new movie, "Red Sparrow". Maybe it's because the name of the actor portraying Snow is Donald Sutherland...
The actress made headlines over the weekend for telling a reporter that she planned to "take the next year off". "What do we do?'"
"Backstage, Joanna and I are both about to go out, and she was going to present me". She continued, "It doesn't have anything to do with partisan stuff".
Actress Jennifer Lawrence was branded "rude" after she appeared to make a jibe at Joanna Lumley, the host of the 71st British Academy Film Awards, organised by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA).
Some then branded her "rude" and "a brat", however Jen said the pair had an "inside joke" in a radio interview.
Jennifer Lawrence is taking time off to work with young people to help "fix our democracy".
"You know, you're watching these hurricanes now, and it's really hard, especially while promoting this movie, not to feel Mother Nature's rage and wrath", she said back in September. Because I would be like, 'I do not want the robe.
The 43-year-old actor stars Central Intelligence Agency agent Nate Nash in new movie "Red Sparrow" alongside Jennifer Lawrence, and admitted when he was 10 he had his own "spy kit" but he isn't sure if his fascination was sparked by the most famous cinematic agent James Bond.
Asked by RadioTimes.com whether he felt Lawrence had received unfair attention from the press, he replied: "I do". I'm going to be working with this organisation as a part of Represent Us.