Gallery Update: Appearances & Public Events from 2018 (so far)

I started to complete gallery with the events that are missing. And the first category I completed was 2018. So now the gallery has all the events that Jennifer participated in during 2018 (so far). In the next few days I will add more photos and I will create the candids category!

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Jennifer Lawrence attends the ‘Red Sparrow’ premiere in New York City

On February 26, Jennifer Lawrence attended the Red Sparrow premiere held at New York City. She was looking fabulous in a black gown by Dior Spring 2018 Haute Couture and Lorraine Schwartz Colombian Emerald Earrings. Check the photos in our gallery:

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Jennifer Lawrence “felt empowered” during ‘Red Sparrow’ filming

MAXIM – Jennifer Lawrence plays a convincing spy and seductress in Red Sparrow, but it wasn’t an easy role for her to step into.

The liberal amount of nudity called for in the script initially “terrified” Lawrence, whose nude photos were leaked after a cyberattack in 2014.

“I was terrified. I don’t think I have ever been so scared of doing a movie before in my life,” she told Bill Whitaker in a new 60 Minutes interview.

Cool, so I’m really naked getting freezing cold water poured on me.”

When it was all said and done, the Academy Award-winning actress felt that the nude scenes helped her overcome the insecurities spawned by the photo leak.

“I feel like something that was taken from me I got back and am using in my art,” she told Whitaker.

In a separate interview with Fox News, she elaborated on taking back what was rightfully hers.

I mean it was empowering for me personally … I feel like I didn’t even really realize until I had finished that scene how much fear and insecurity and a complex of being judged had been following me for so many years,” Lawrence said.

I ended up thanking [director Francis Lawrence], which might sound crazy but also we’re talking about a world of deceit and corruption and abuse and abuse to women through the lens of a woman who regains her freedom through losing her intellect and I don’t think there is a better time for this movie than right now.

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J-Law Delivers Moving Speech About Feeling “Trapped” and Objectified in Early Career

During tonight’s star-studded event honoring Elle’s Women in Hollywood, several famous faces took to the stage to deliver powerful speeches about the injustices they have faced over the years.

Dianne Ladd, Kristen Stewart and more were on hand to not only honor the special women in attendance, but to speak about the hurdles they faced during the early days of their career.

But it was Jennifer Lawrence’s speech that seemed to have garnered the most attention for her horrifying account of being asked to lose 15 pounds in two weeks when she first started out in Tinsletown.

The Oscar-winning actress explained how a producer asked her to do a nude lineup for the role and to subsequently use the naked photograph as part of her inspiration to lose the weight they deemed necessary to play the part.

J.Law added that she felt “trapped” by the entire experience.

“In a perfect world, every human being should have the power to be treated with respect because they’re human,” she told the audience while tearing up.

Just last week, the A-lister released the following statement in the wake of the allegations made against Harvey Weinstein.

“I was deeply disturbed to hear the news about Harvey Weinstein’s behavior. I worked with Harvey five years ago and I did not experience any form of harassment personally, nor did I know about any of these allegations. This kind of abuse is inexcusable and absolutely upsetting. My heart goes out to all of the women affected by these gross actions. And I want to thank them for their bravery to come forward.”