Striking juicy, delectable poses on the cover of fashion and pop culture-themed magazine, Vanity Fair, American actress, Jennifer Lawrence does a great job projecting a standard image for the media outfit.
Jenny, whose feminine features and prowess are fully emphasized will quickly admit that the road all through and until now hasn’t been exactly one of a kind of Barbie tales. Truth be told, Jennifer has been a tomboy before and played it – which makes this cover and entirely excellent one.
Though a successful Hollywood act, the star is yet to find a place she can call home. It’s not a problem with the finding, it rather is a ‘problem’ with her outlook. “I’m a nomad”, she offers. “I just looked in New York and I was looking in LA and I can’t figure out where I want to live.”
The 22-year-old who opened up to the magazine, referring to her own job, acting, as ‘stupid’ offers her candid explanation. ‘Not to sound rude, but acting is stupid. Everybody’s like, “How can you remain with a level head?” And I’m like, “Why would I ever get cocky? I’m not saving anybody’s life. There are doctors who save lives and firemen who run into burning buildings. I’m making movies. It’s stupid.”
Jenny In Hunger Games
Not that she has particular hatred for the profession, she just only offers her best alternative to it; “I love filmmaking. I love acting but I don’t feel married to just being in front of the camera.”
It doesn’t stop there. Of herself, she would say she is ‘vastly uneducated’ – because she never went to high school – making of little importance the fact that she constantly updates her knowledge via brilliant reads that she stocks. Our conclusion? Jenny is just one hard, blunt cookie. Better love her!