ONCE SHE HAS DONE A FILM
After featuring in one of the most polarising movies in recent years, Jennifer Lawrence has revealed that she doesn’t worry about the success of her films after the filming.
The star of Mother!, directed by Darren Aronofsky, says that the only time she thinks about a finished piece of work is during filming, because it’s naturally on her mind, according to Contactmusic. com. But she also reveals that after she has wrapped a shoot, she feels “fulfilled” enough to immediately move on. Lawrence says in a magazine interview, “The only time I find myself worrying about the result is when I’m filming, because I’m working all day, and then I come home and my brain’s just like, ‘What should we panic about?’” She adds, “After I’ve finished the process, though, it’s done for me. I’ve done my work, and I’ve gotten what I need to get out of it — I’ve fulfilled myself. What happens next doesn’t really matter.”
The actor, who won an Oscar in 2013 for Silver Linings Playbook, admits that she used to struggle with fame. She says, “I was angry and resentful, because I thought that I deserved the right to do what I love and do my job and then still have privacy. And then after a few years, you’re like, but that’s not the way it is. It’s important to know that the people, who are screaming outside a premiere, they’re screaming because of a job and a character... I don’t put any stock in it.”
Lawrence also shares that initially she was horrified by the script of Mother! “I threw the script and was like, ‘I can’t have this in my house. It’s an assault.’ But that’s what makes [the film] a masterpiece and that’s what makes Darren so brilliant,” says the actor.