Jennifer Lawrence revealed her surprisingly brash way of dealing with nosy photographers and fans. In an interview with Variety’s “Actors on Actors,” the 27-year-old revealed that “Once I enter a public place, I become incredibly rude.”
J-Law said she turns into a “huge a**hole,” because “that’s the only way of defending myself.” The Academy Award winner said it’s difficult for actors, actresses, as well as comics to deal with the public because they often assume they’re “your best friend.”
She explained her predicament by revealing what it’s like to hang out with her friend, Amy Schumer. She said, “I take my dog to the park all the time, to Central Park,” and as soon as she see’s Amy there, “we’re f*cked.”
In an interview with Vanity Fair in November of 2016, J-Law said losing your privacy is a massive price of fame. Lawrence said her fans might think they know her, but when they approach, she’s fearful because she has no idea who they are.
Nowadays, Lawrence is “very protective” of her space, and it took her a long time to figure out how to establish her privacy. She added, “If I’m eating dinner, and somebody comes up” or a flash goes off on an iPhone she becomes incredibly rude.
According to The Hunger Games star, it’s not that she wants to be mean, it’s her only way of maintaining her sense of privacy in a world where everyone knows who she is.
“Privacy is a full-time job,” according to the star of Silver Linings Playbook. Lawrence has been all over the headlines lately as she and her ex-boyfriend, Darren Aronofsky, just broke up. Celebrity Insider reported earlier that, for Jennifer, dating a director who takes his work very seriously turned out to be more difficult than she initially expected.