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The irony in Jennifer Lawrence’s life is that at age 14, she knew acting was what she was meant to do and she would be good at it.
Discovered while on holiday with her mom in New York, she read her first script and “understood and loved it.” The Louisville, Kentucky native begged her parents “every day of the school year” if they would let her return to NY for the summer and try her luck. They would not let her, until her two older brothers intervened.
Jennifer recalled: “My brothers told my parents, ‘You travelled with us for sports. You would be doing this if it were for baseball or football. This is Jennifer’s ‘sport’ so you have to give her a chance, like you would give us a chance.’ My parents did, expecting me to fail and come back home. Then everything would be back to normal. But instead, I got flown out to LA and that is when it all started.”
And now here she was, seated in a hotel meeting room for an interview, on the cusp of what could be a pivotal, turning point in her “sport.” The journey of that 14-year-old girl has brought her a series of roles, including one in “Winter’s Bone,” which earned her a best-actress nomination for an Oscar as well as for a Golden Globe. Now she stars in one of the year’s most anticipated movies, “The Hunger Games.”
Gary Ross directs the adaptation of Suzanne Collins’ novel, the first in a trilogy that sold millions of copies worldwide. Jennifer is slated to do the other two films as well.
The actress, now 21, admitted that she is a lot less confident. But Jennifer, who is blessed with smoky eyes and a husky voice, said that she is ready for the fame that we are sure “The Hunger Games” will bring to the life of the girl from Kentucky.
Below are excerpts from our interview:
Can you talk about hunger in a figurative sense? How hungry were you to go for parts when you began acting?
Do you have a hunter’s instinct?
How good are your survival skills?
What do you think the book is telling us?
But do you watch reality TV shows?
Did you talk to Suzanne Collins at all?
This movie will likely bring you fame. Are you ready?
Are you afraid?
Who are the women that inspire you?
What are you looking forward to in the second film of this trilogy?
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