Published: Thu, December 07, 2017
Entertaiment | By Paul Elliott

Jennifer Lawrence On Weinstein: 'We All Knew He Was A Dog'

Jennifer Lawrence On Weinstein: 'We All Knew He Was A Dog'

"I mean, I don't think you ever do feel settled, [but] as soon as you feel settled with your home and your personal life, you're looking at the world and going, 'How in the hell do I fix this?"

However J.Law is ready to move on, also opening up about her upcoming project Red Sparrow, and how she approached the overtly sexual role after a series of nude photos of her were leaked in 2014 when her iCloud account was hacked.

In the latest issue of The Hollywood Reporter, the Oscar victor was asked if she'd want to meet the sitting president.

Jennifer Lawrence has revealed the bad reviews of mother! took their toll on her relationship with the movie's director Darren Aronofsky. She said the film's failure was hard to overcome. "He was paternal to me".

She told Oprah Winfrey in a new interview that she "didn't know that he was a rapist." .

Lawrence, who won an Oscar for the Weinstein-produced Silver Linings Playbook, initially said she was "deeply disturbed" to hear of the allegations against the Hollywood mogul. "I loved this so much, and it just broke my heart", Lawrence said of the online backlash.

"I have such fear with my phone and my computer and electronics", she said.

She continued to describe Weinstein as a "tough guy" and a "brute", but she maintained that she was unaware of his true persona. "I don't know how to explain it".

"It's taking somebody's intellectual property but also my body", she said of the hacking incident.

For Lawrence, the fundamental change that needs to happen between men and women in the workplace begins with equality. "And that's why it's so important to talk about abuse, all of the different forms of abuse, because he didn't lay a finger on her, and I felt chilled to my bones".

Lawrence asked: "As long as there is one group of humans that is overruling another one, there's going to be abuse, (and) why would we be thought of as equals?"

"As you may already know, The New York Times published their devastating report on Harvey Weinstein over two months ago, and since then, many women have come forward with their own stories under the hashtag-umbrella of "#MeToo".

"I have something to say for all of them", she said of the men who've been accused of sexual misconduct.

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