‘Red Sparrow’ Jennifer Lawrence opens up about nude scene in new movie
In 2014, hackers stole nude photos from actress Jennifer Lawrence and published on the internet. Since then, the actress is in general stayed away from nude film scenes, until now. Lawrence opens up about her role in “Red Sparrow” and why she felt “free” after the filming of the more sexual scenes.
Jennifer Lawrence has admitted that she was nervous to strip for her latest role in her new movie, “Red Sparrow.” But the actress later found the experience “empowering “, after feeling violated when they became victim of a nude photo hacking scandal prior years.
In 2014, Lawrence ‘s privacy was violated when nude photos were leaked of the actress online. At the moment, the actress admitted to a feeling of “I violat[ed],” leading her to a little “scared” to do her first nude scene in the Russian spy drama.
“I was terrified. I don’t think I ever been so afraid of doing a movie before in my life. It was a lot of firsts for me,” she said to Bill Whitaker in a new “60 Minutes” interview. “Cool, so I’m really naked to cold water poured on me.”
But the actress, who once said that she “got very drunk”, the film is a sex scene with former co-star Chris Pratt in the movie “Passengers”, she said, has now a lot more comfortable with the tones of the skin because the 2016 space thriller.
“I mean, it was empowering for me personally… I feel like I didn’t really realize until I was done with that scene how much fear and uncertainty and a complex to be assessed had been following me for so many years, and when I was finished,” Lawrence told Fox News Friday. “Ultimately, I have to thank [director Francis Lawrence], that may sound crazy, but we’re talking about a world of deceit and corruption and abuse of power and abuse of women through the lens of a woman who gets her freedom by losing her mind and I don’t think there is a better time for this movie than right now.”
Lawrence further explained during her “60 Minutes” interview that stripping for the movie has finally helped her with a new sense of self-worth.
“I feel like something that was taken from me I am back and I am with my art.”
In the same interview, the star revealed she is self-taught.
“I went from the high school,” she told “60 Minutes.” “I do not, technically, a GED or a diploma. I am self-taught.”