Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence has become known for her incredible relatability in real life and her captivating performances on screen. He sends her to "Sparrow School", a place where young Russians learn how to seduce and manipulate targets in order to obtain valuable information for the state. "(I) never felt very smart and when I read a script and I felt like I knew exactly what it would look like if somebody felt that way (there) was a whole part of my brain that I didn't know existed. "And I didn't want to let it go".
"Especially dealing with some of the content of the movie, she and I worked really closely together to make sure that worked well within the story and the themes and the character", Francis said, referencing the movie's nudity and violent content.
In fact, Lawrence adds that she even prioritized her work over friends for a good chunk of her career. "I feel like something that was taken from me I got back and am using in my art". "I'm waiting, because I won't get older", Lawrence, 27, promised.
When Whitaker asked Lawrence if she regrets dropping out of school, she pauses before settling on, "No".
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Lawrence first broke out onto the scene at age 20 - and by 22, she was nominated and won her first Oscar for "Silver Linings Playbook" in 2013. She also received Academy Award nominations for her roles in American Hustle, Winter's Bone and Joy. "I am self-educated", she told Bill Whitaker in the upcoming episode.
Yesterday Photocall in London on the occasion of the premiere of "red Sparrow" (Red Sparrow), Jennifer Lawrence posed in an elegant dress of authorship Gianni Versace. No wonder Lawrence just announced she's taking a year-long break from acting.
The interview with Lawrence will be broadcast on "60 Minutes" on Sunday at 7 p.m. on CBS.