Jennifer Lawrence is preparing to make her big screen comeback in Don’t Look Up, a post-apocalyptic dark comedy. The soon-to-be mother in an a interview ahead of the film’s December 10 premiered, talked about her trauma.
The actress didn’t shy away from discussing the infamous 2014 iCloud hack, which revealed her private images to the public, among the many topics she tackled.
“Anyone may look at my naked body without my consent at any time of day,” Jennifer Lawrence bemoaned, despite the fact that the hack occurred almost eight years ago and the sensitive photographs are still circulating. “They were just released in France by someone.” My trauma will last a lifetime.”
“I haven’t spoken to the world in forever. And to come back now, when I have all of these new accessories added to my life that I obviously want to protect….” She crosses her arms over her baggy gray sweater. “I’m nervous for you. I’m nervous for me” Jennifer Lawrence expressed during an interview.
“I Didn’t Have a Life,” Jennifer Lawrence says. I figured I’d go get one.”
Don’t Look Up, in which she and Leonardo DiCaprio play scientists screaming at a polarized society to take seriously the comet hurtling toward the planet. It’s her first comedy, and the timing of stepping back into the spotlight while pregnant with her first child is almost comedic.
Lawrence was one of the highest paid actors in the world—an Oscar winner who stumbled up the steps on the way to collect the trophy, further cementing her public image as the movie star you’d most like to chug a beer with—but she’d had enough. Her last four movies (Passengers, Mother!, Red Sparrow, and the 12th X-Men film, Dark Phoenix) turned out to be critical or box office disappointments.