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Neither did mother! really since it got trounced by IT as the horror film once again made more money this weekend than every other film combined.
The Academy Award-winning actress explained that she had a tent set up where she could escape the darkness of her new movie.
"When I was 21 or 22 I was like, 'I can't wait to be a mother, '" she said. Unlike her general sexy pictures, these innocent clicks are enough to take anybody's breath away. Lawrence simply might have a bad taste in her mouth that will fade over time... "Now I'm like. (makes shocked face)". Every time she rounded a corner or changed a level, there was something else unusual happening, and the strangeness compounded until it felt less like an odd dream and more like a nightmare.
What are her thoughts on 'Mother!'? With a 70% fresh rating from critics and starring Oscar-winner and supposed superstar Jennifer Lawrence, along with Oscar-winner Javier Bardem and the long-established Ed Harris and Michelle Pfeiffer, Mother! bottomed out with a pathetic $8 million.
Jennifer Lawrence: "When Ed Harris knocks on our door, that's the first time we have another character that is not Javier or me". "With so much crap around to clog the drain, I hesitate to label it the "Worst movie of the year" when "Worst movie of the century" fits it even better". Lawrence agrees, telling Whinm: "I called my family and said, 'You guys shouldn't come to NY [to see the film], you're not going to like it'". "[But] I definitely want to be a mother". When she finally screams about these invaders getting the heck out of her house, we get it.
Thankfully for us Ari Handel, one of "mother!'s" producers who has worked with Aronofsky throughout his career, has now provided us with some priceless insight, revealing exactly what the director was trying to say with the film.
She went on a break from Hollywood before she started promoting her new film.
The latest Jennifer Lawrence film is being condemned by a critic who sees it as a "grotesque and nauseating" attack on Christians. In her interview with E!
Jennifer Lawrence may play the title character in the new psychological thriller "Mother!", but in real life, she's not exactly itching to have kids.