Most Jennifer Lawrence fans probably came across the actress when she won her first Oscar nomination for winter bone in 2011, the same year she debuted as Mystique in X-Men: First Class. Lawrence has come a long way since then. Now in her mid-30s, the Oscar winner just shared some words of wisdom she wishes she could give her teenage self.
Jennifer Lawrence left Hollywood to start a family
After her groundbreaking roles in 2011, Jennifer Lawrence went straight to the A list the following year. Like Katniss Everdeen in Hunger Games, she led a successful franchise that spanned four box office hits. And she delivered a critically acclaimed performance in Silver linings Playbook which won him an Oscar. In the following years, she would get two more Oscar nominations, for Cheating and Happiness. And Lawrence continued to play Katniss and Mystique.
But in the late 2010s, she slipped out of the spotlight. 2018 red sparrow was her last leading role until 2021 don’t look up. During this hiatus, Lawrence focused on his personal life. In 2019, she married art gallery director Cooke Maroney. And in 2022, the couple welcomed their son. With a renewed outlook, Lawrence returned to the business that made him a fortune.
Still, she admits she made some mistakes along the way.
Jennifer Lawrence has specific advice for her 14-year-old self
In a new video for Vogue, Jennifer Lawrence answered 73 questions about her life and career. A recurring theme is her dissatisfaction with her fashion sense early in her career. In particular, she had some harsh words about the pixie cut she wore in 2013. The actor warned viewers not to repeat their mistake.
And Lawrence doubled down on his criticism of her style when he later asked about the advice she would give herself at age 14.
“Get a stylist, honey. Do it early. Do not wait.”
Around that age, Lawrence would have been an aspiring child actor. However, she wouldn’t have to wait long until she landed her first leading roles, including cameos in Monk, Case closedand Mediumbefore getting a leadership role in The Bill Engvall Show in 2007.
While Lawrence may regret some of his fashion and style choices, it looks like it all worked out.
Lawrence’s ‘Causeway’ Coming Soon to Apple TV+
Now that Lawrence is back in the public eye, fans of the actor are eagerly awaiting his next project. Inside SidewalkLawrence stars as a soldier struggling to adjust to civilian life after returning home.
The film – co-stars Brian Tyree Henry, Linda Emond and Stephen McKinley Henderson – will arrive on Apple TV+ on November 4th. Furthermore, Lawrence is linked to comedy. No hard feelings and a biographical film about businesswoman Elizabeth Holmes, Bad blood. None of them have an official release date yet.
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