Jennifer Lawrence lost control after the success of 'Hunger Games', said- 'I have become like this...'
Jennifer Lawrence has admitted that she lost control of herself after the success of 'Hunger Games' in 2012 and thought of every decision as a group decision.
Jennifer Lawrence is back after a long hiatus from films and plays a soldier battling PTSD in her comeback film 'Causeway'. Actress Jennifer Lawrence recently revealed in an interview how she lost control of herself after the massive success of 'Hunger Games' in 2012 and considered taking a decision only after discussing it with a group of people. did.
I have lost my sense of control - Jennifer
The actress has now claimed that she has regained her identity. Talking about his career as part of the Screen Talk series of the London Film Festival, he said, "It feels personal to me for the first time in a long time," a leading online portal reported.
Talking about the post-release phase of 'Hunger Games', Jennifer said at the event, "I feel like I have lost my sense of control. Between 'The Hunger Games' coming out and winning an Oscar (for 2012's Silver Linings Playbook), I became such an object that I thought every decision was a big, big group decision. When I reflect now, I can't think of those later years, because there was a loss of bus control.
It will be streaming on Apple TV
Following her breakthrough role in Winter's Bone in 2010, Jennifer starred in the X-Men franchise, Darren Aronofsky's Mother, David O'Russell's Joy and American Hustle and Adam McKay's 2021 satire Don't Look Up. She is now making her debut as a producer with an indie drama Causeway, which will start streaming on Apple TV on November 4.
Jennifer's character in the film, Lynsey, is returning from Afghanistan with an attack injury. Desperately returning to her hometown and her mother's home to recover, she befriends a local car mechanic (Brian Tyree Henry) and finds comfort and care in friendship.
The film was shot before the pandemic
Directed by Leela through Ugebauer, the film was shot before the pandemic and ended the brief break from Jennifer's acting. He said, "I started the film when I got engaged. I came back married and pregnant. And, you know, I personally had a different perception of being in the house."