Jennifer Lawrence admits she used to ‘drink whiskey and be stoned’ with Hunger Games costumes

Jennifer Lawrence admits that she used to get drunk with Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth after doing press events and premieres at The Hunger Games.

To help cope with the stress of intense fame, which made her feel like a “commodity” and overwhelmed with it, the “Not Looking For” star, 32, recalled how she and her co-stars were blowing off steam by smoking cannabis and buzzing.

‘The boys and I always came back to our hotel and just drank whiskey and got stoned,’ she admitted.

Colleagues: Jennifer Lawrence admits she used to get drunk with Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth after doing press events and premieres at The Hunger Games; seen in 2015

She continued: ‘My mother-in-law will love this. I don’t do that anymore, I’m a mom!

Despite her struggle with “how famous” the film franchise is, she told the New York Times that all the films were “brilliant.”

The Oscar-winning actress, who portrayed the fiery Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games films based on the Susan Collins novels of the same name, also noted that she knows she will “always be associated with the character.”

She admitted:

“The boys and I would always come back to our hotel and drink whiskey and be stoned,” she admitted. Pictured in 2015

Proud: Despite her struggles with

Proud: Despite her struggle with “how famous” the film franchise is, she told The New York Times that all the films were “awesome” (seen in 2015)

“Jennifer Lawrence is Katniss Everdeen, I think,” she said. “Is this strange?”

After announcing the prequel to the original film series, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, Lawrence admits that the reboot makes her “feel old as a template.”

I remember being twenty-one and thinking, oh my God, one day they’re going to remake and remake. But I’ll be old by then! I will die! I teased.

Once-in-a-lifetime role: The Academy Award-winning actress, who portrayed the fiery Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games based on Susan Collins' novels of the same name, also indicated that she knew she would always be associated with the character.

A once-in-a-lifetime role: The Academy Award-winning actress, who portrayed the fiery actress Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games based on Susan Collins’ novels of the same name, also indicated that she knew she would always be attached to the character” (seen in 2012 )

Funny: After announcing the prequel to the original film series, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, Lawrence admits that the reboot makes her 'feel old as mold' (seen in 2013)

Funny: After announcing the prequel to the original film series, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, Lawrence admits that the reboot makes her ‘feel old as mold’ (seen in 2013)

Now that she’s not currently associated with upcoming dystopian teen movies, one’s mother thought she “isn’t afraid of 13-year-olds anymore.”

‘They have no idea who I am,’ said the actress. “I can tell that things are different by my interactions in the real world, just by the way I can move around in life.”

She added, “There’s an article every now and then about me stepping out in Ugg shoes, but other than that, care less, God bless.”

In retrospect: After joking about getting high previously, she said she's no longer, after becoming a mother to her son, Cy, whom she welcomed earlier this year (seen last December)

In retrospect: After joking about getting high previously, she said she’s no longer, after becoming a mother to her son, Cy, whom she welcomed earlier this year (seen last December)

Last month, Lawrence admitted that he felt “commodity” and “lost a sense of control” after achieving global stardom with The Hunger Games.

When I think now, I can’t think of the following years, [because there was] The 32-year-old actress, according to Variety, remembers just losing control.

The performer explained, “Between exiting The Hunger Games and winning an Oscar [for 2012’s Silver Lining Playbook]became a commodity that felt like every decision was a big, big group decision.

Remember When: After the movie was shown in 2012, she said she felt like

Remember when: After the film was shown in 2012, she said she felt “commodity” and “lost a sense of control”, during an event at the London Film Festival last month

“Feeling in control”: “Between the release of The Hunger Games winning an Oscar, I became so commoditized that I felt like every decision was a big, big collective decision,” she said. seen in 2013

Jennifer recently took a long hiatus from feature films before making a comeback last year in the stand-up comedy Don’t Seek the End of the World.

It has managed to regain the control it had lost, and the film-making process now “seems personal to me for the first time in a long time”.

Her production company is called an “excellent corpse,” a nod to the way she has worked to reshape her identity.

Rise of the Stratosphere: In the same year that The Hunger Games came out, she starred with Bradley Cooper in Silver Linings Playbook, the film that earned her an Oscar.

Rise of the Stratosphere: In the same year that The Hunger Games came out, she starred with Bradley Cooper in Silver Linings Playbook, the film that earned her an Oscar.

“It’s a Sicilian mafia term for a hit on a big celebrity,” she said. It was logical. I think there was a part of me that wanted to do that part of me.

Although she became much loved in the 2010 drama Winter’s Bone, she achieved the international fame she is today through The Hunger Games.

She then became a mainstay of the franchise’s main tycoons, working not only in the Hunger Games series but also in the X-Men films.

Remember When: She then became a mainstay of the franchise mainstays, working not only in the Hunger Games series but also in the X-Men films (pictured)

Remember When: She then became a mainstay of the franchise mainstays, working not only in the Hunger Games series but also in the X-Men films (pictured)

Besides blockbuster movies, she has also appeared in features like Passengers alongside Chris Pratt and Mommy! It was directed by Darren Aronofsky at the time.

She steals the scene in the 2013 movie American Hustle amidst a cast including Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper and Jeremy Renner.

Jennifer announced in September 2017 that she was taking a break from acting and is back again with last year’s Netflix song Don’t Look Up amid a star-studded cast including Leonardo DiCaprio and Meryl Streep.

“I don’t have anything specific for two years,” she told Savannah Guthrie. today Appearing in 2017, she joked that she might “begin making pots”.

Showstopper: She was present at stealing the scene in the 2013 film American Hustle amidst a cast including Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper and Jeremy Renner

Showstopper: She was present at stealing the scene in the 2013 film American Hustle amidst a cast including Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper and Jeremy Renner

In 2018, she founded her own production company, Excellent Cadaver, through which she became one of the producers on her upcoming drama Causeway.

The film is directed by Broadway director Leila Neugebauer and stars Jennifer as a traumatized Afghanistan veteran trying to adjust to civilian life.

Jennifer recently told The 73 Questions for Vogue that the strangest rumor she’d heard about herself was “I’m perceiving Harvey Weinstein.”

Return: Jennifer recently took an extended hiatus from feature films before returning last year opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in Don't Look Up

Return: Jennifer recently took an extended hiatus from feature films before returning last year opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in Don’t Look Up

When the Me Too movement took off early in its hiatus, a Harvey Weinstein accuser claimed the producer told her: ‘I slept with Jennifer Lawrence and see where she is; She just won an Oscar.

Jennifer vehemently denied having had sex with Harvey, issuing a statement at the time saying, “My heart goes out to all the women who have fallen victim to Harvey Weinstein…I have had nothing but a professional relationship with him.”

“This is yet another example of the predatory tactics and lies he has engaged in to attract countless women,” she continued.

Deer in the headlights: Jennifer recently told The 73 Questions to Vogue that the strangest rumor she heard about herself was

Deer in the Headlights: Jennifer recently told The 73 Questions for Vogue that the strangest rumor she’d ever heard about herself was “I’m perceiving Harvey Weinstein”; Filmed in 2013


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