By Olivia Elgart For Dailymail. Jennifer Lawrence has opened up about one of her biggest concerns about doing her first nude scene: the appearance of her nipples. The year-old actress made the candid confession during an appearance on Ellen DeGeneres's talk show on Friday, admitting that she was so focused on how her nipples might look that she actually berated the crew after they made the set too warm. After the year-old TV host asked why Jennifer had chosen to take the plunge and do her first nude scene after vowing never to go naked on camera, the actress not only explained her motivation, but shared why she was so concerned about her 'nipples looking huge' as a result of the hot temperatures. Scene: Jennifer Lawrence appeared on the Ellen Show on Friday where she opened up about her first ever naked scene in new movie, Red Sparrow. First: Despite saying that she would never go naked in a movie, the year-old actress got fully nude in the action-packed movie, and revealed she was worried about how her nipples looked.
Coming to terms with the leak
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Feeling sexually violated
The nudity in Jennifer Lawrence's new film Red Sparrow has been picked up on in several reviews of the movie due to how unexpectedly explicit it as and how random it feels at times. For me , it felt as if at least one of the scenes was added just to boost box office sales. But I also really challenged myself in ways that I never really had before. The foreign accent. The dancing.
She has offered to host, and who would turn down an invitation to hang out with this supernova? At 27, she is the highest-paid actress in the world and the youngest person to have earned four Oscar nominations she won best actress for her work in Silver Linings Playbook and three Golden Globe awards. Her potent combination of talent, beauty, charm, and chutzpah makes her seem like a throwback to an earlier era. And her authenticity is a refreshing, much-needed antidote for a world drowning in a digital sea of meticulously curated social-media accounts, photo filters, and sponsored tweets. Yet, for all her successes—in addition to her critical accolades and awards she has starred in a pair of multi-billion-dollar franchises, The Hunger Games and X-Men —she is at a defining juncture, when youth fades and adulthood begins, a transition that has stymied many promising acting careers. Lawrence, however, is the rare prodigy whose next chapter could be more interesting than the first. Lawrence is imbued with insatiable curiosity, professionalism, a work ethic, and extraordinary natural talent. She may be the last true movie star to emerge from Hollywood before the industry stopped making them. While the chicken is in the oven, Lawrence makes us martinis my drink of choice in the style that Michael Fassbender, one of her X-Men co-stars, taught her—a drop of vermouth swished in the glass, then tossed out before the vodka goes in. The French-style house is her first major purchase, made back in , a perfectly appointed, comfortable environment and exactly what you would expect from this gal from Kentucky: vintage mixed with modern.