If you’re relating her to a celebrity with rapidly waning appealing. Jennifer Lawrence tripped and stumbled her way into the hearts of Americans with one befuddled appearance after another, but now that she’s sailing into her late twenties, a new generation is asking “Who dis?” while older generations are saying “Please die.” Lawrence opens up in a candidly stupid new interview in the September issue of Vogue, with an accompanying photo shoot by calendar photographer Annie Leibovitz.
In addition to Leibovitz’s usual snaps of celebrities looking like they’re trapped in a world halfway between the movies Atonement and The Neverending Story, she captures a near-nude Lawrence failing at the iconic Jennifer Aniston GQ fame ho pose. Doing this at seventy-five years old like Aniston did is a no brainer. It should be for Lawrence as well, since we’ve already seen the goods. But once you do the ho pose, there’s no going back. Next, porn.
On her hilarious and relatable Kardashian tent on the set of mother!:
I ended up getting on oxygen. I have oxygen tubes in my nostrils, and Darren’s like, ‘It was out of focus; we’ve got to do it again.’ And I was just like, ‘Go fuck yourself.’ [The Kardashian tent on set] was a tent that had pictures of the Kardashians and Keeping Up with the Kardashians playing on a loop—and gumballs. My happy place.
Cheekily embracing us common garbage people with references to pop culture. Relatable overload. On her daddy issues with Aronofsky:
We had energy. I had energy for him. I don’t know how he felt about me. I normally don’t like Harvard people, because they can’t go two minutes without mentioning that they went to Harvard. He’s not like that..For the past year, I’ve been dealing with him as just a human. I’ve been in relationships before where I am just confused. And I’m never confused with him.
On how sending nudes always works out for celebrities:
It’s scary when you feel the whole world judges you. I think people saw [the hacking] for what it was, which was a sex crime, but that feeling, I haven’t been able to get rid of it. Having your privacy violated constantly isn’t a problem if you’re perfect. But if you’re human, it’s terrifying.
And on how major flop Passengers was kind of about a man who sentenced a woman to death so he could have a fuck buddy:
I’m disappointed in myself that I didn’t spot it. I thought the script was beautiful—it was this tainted, complicated love story. It definitely wasn’t a failure. I’m not embarrassed by it by any means. There was just stuff that I wished I’d looked into deeper before jumping on.
Lawrence better hope mother! does well. If not she’ll have to jazz up her Aniston pose for the next go around. Maybe bring along some ping pong balls and put on a relatable show.
Photo Credit: Vogue