In an interview with The New York Times Posted on Wednesday, the Academy Award-winning actress reversed her career and some wise advice the superstar singer once gave her that, in hindsight, she wishes she had answered.
Regarding her 2016 movie “Passengers,” which co-starred with Chris Pratt and stands as one of the lesser-known films of her embellished career, Lawrence said, “Adel told me not to do it! She was saying, ‘I feel like space movies are the new vampire movies.'” I have to listen to it.”
“Passengers” tells of the journey of two interstellar travelers who wake up from excessive sleep on a ship a full 90 years ahead of schedule and are forced to live their lives alone, unlike anyone else, who will wake up when they reach their intended destination.
In addition to receiving only 30% of critics’ scores rotten tomatoesranked among the five films reviewed on the site, The “passengers” posed some difficult problems with consentas Pratt’s character actually intentionally opens up his mate’s bedroom, out of loneliness and frustration in his predicament.
In an interview this week, Lawrence mentioned “Passengers” as one of the films in her career after “Hunger Games” that ended up not making the best decision, which ultimately led her to Get out of the spotlight Out of concern that she is being overly exposed to her fan base.
“I was like, ‘Oh no, you’re here because you’re here, and I’m here because you’re here.'” Wait, who decided this was a good movie? ”
After last appearing in the big economic franchise “X-Men: Dark Phoenix” in 2019, Lawrence starred in last year’s Academy Award-nominated black comedy Don’t Look Up opposite Leonardo DiCaprio and Meryl Streep.
She is next set to appear in Causeway, which will premiere this week on Apple TV+, portraying a veteran of the war in Afghanistan who returns home after a traumatic brain injury and is trying to reintegrate back into everyday life.
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