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08-Oct-2017 13:08

And this booze cost only .99, I tell her.“Wow,” she says, deadpan. I’m going to save it for company.”A few days prior, Lawrence had visited with the acclaimed American painter John Currin for the work that appears opposite. “He took photos, and posed me like one of those French girls.

“This is delicious,” Lawrence says, pulling a blanket over her sweater and wide-leg Zimmermann pants.

Lawrence praises Grande’s take as “spot-fucking-on”—even if she takes issue with the notion that she’s ever described herself as a “regular person.”“That’s what other people have said,” she says.

“If I’d said, ‘I’m a regular person,’ I’d want to kill myself.” is still a fair word to describe Lawrence, and it’s delightful to experience.

Before that, in September, there’s the shrouded-in-secrecy —a tour de force from Darren Aronofsky, the filmmaking auteur and Lawrence’s boyfriend of the past year.

) who falls in love with a CIA agent played by Joel Edgerton.

Lawrence’s real home “broke” while she was away—a madcap story involving crystals and . “And I was like, ‘Please get rid of these; I don’t want people to come over here and think I’m a crystal person.’ ”“But everyone told me, ‘You can’t do that. You have to have the crystal lady who put them in move them. “She’s a bit like a shark in that way—she needs to keep moving to stay alive,” says Francis Lawrence.

well, let Lawrence tell it:“When I first moved in, the house was crystalled out—crystals everywhere, and geodes,” she explains. It’s an incredible run, groundbreaking in its creative and financial might, but Lawrence got there by working almost nonstop through her teens and 20s.

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She’s a four-time Oscar nominee and Best Actress winner (, an action-thriller she made with her friend and Hunger Games director Francis Lawrence (no relation): In the film, Lawrence is a ballerina drafted into a Russian spy agency (newsy!

I’ve brought bourbon: a bottle of Old Grand-Dad, a nod to Lawrence’s Kentucky roots. At 26, Lawrence is already one of the most successful and exalted actors on the planet.

“I’m disappointed in myself that I didn’t spot it,” she says. There was just stuff that I wished I’d looked into deeper before jumping on.”Then there’s Lawrence’s pithy reaction to her sole celebrity dustup (if you can call it a dustup) from the past year, when she was videotaped—somebody alert Interpol—pole dancing at a birthday party in Vienna, Austria. I’m on the phone with my lawyers, and everybody’s like, ‘Is there anything we need to know before it comes out?

“I thought the script was beautiful—it was this tainted, complicated love story. I wish I could convey the full-body eye roll that Lawrence does when talking about this weeks later. ’ And I’m like, ‘No, it’s all there.’ ”Lawrence wrote a hilarious Facebook post on the “con­troversy”—“I’m not going to apologize, I had a BLAST that night”—but the episode was still jarring.

Bitte klicken Sie auf den "Kippschalter", um Flash für Ihren Browser zu aktivieren. She’s a four-time Oscar nominee and Best Actress winner (, an action-thriller she made with her friend and Hunger Games director Francis Lawrence (no relation): In the film, Lawrence is a ballerina drafted into a Russian spy agency (newsy! I’ve brought bourbon: a bottle of Old Grand-Dad, a nod to Lawrence’s Kentucky roots. At 26, Lawrence is already one of the most successful and exalted actors on the planet.“I’m disappointed in myself that I didn’t spot it,” she says. There was just stuff that I wished I’d looked into deeper before jumping on.”Then there’s Lawrence’s pithy reaction to her sole celebrity dustup (if you can call it a dustup) from the past year, when she was videotaped—somebody alert Interpol—pole dancing at a birthday party in Vienna, Austria. I’m on the phone with my lawyers, and everybody’s like, ‘Is there anything we need to know before it comes out?“I thought the script was beautiful—it was this tainted, complicated love story. I wish I could convey the full-body eye roll that Lawrence does when talking about this weeks later. ’ And I’m like, ‘No, it’s all there.’ ”Lawrence wrote a hilarious Facebook post on the “con­troversy”—“I’m not going to apologize, I had a BLAST that night”—but the episode was still jarring.Wir empfehlen, dass alle User sich für die Flash-Version des Chats (derzeit in Gebrauch) entscheiden.