Even Jennifer Lawrence thought 'mother!' maybe took things 'too far'

Jay Jacobs
September 17, 2017

"I don't have anything set for two years", she said, noting that she's unsure how her time will be spent.

From such a fabulous cast, I was disappointed in the acting.

It's not even out yet, and Darren Aronofsky's mother! has already been called the most divisive film of the year. "So, I was in immediately", she said.

As of today, that $12.3M is the lowest wide release opening of Lawrence's career.

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Despite their superstar statuses, Lawrence and Aronofsky still have typical couple disagreements; Lawrence told Vogue that he just doesn't seem to share her love of reality shows.

There's no denying that it's a beautifully and skilfully crafted film - though how to categorise it is up for debate - with stand-out performances from Lawrence and Bardem and the supporting cast. She works out for her muscles and curves. She also received an Emmy nomination for her cocktail-drinking, chain-smoking Ruth Madoff in Barry Levinson's HBO movie The Wizard of Lies. "Now I'm like.[shocked face]", she added. Also at the screening was Lawrence's friend Emma Stone, who came out to support the star.

"I have these dreams sometimes", Pfeiffer says. Darren said it so well - that this is the first time I have been put on my back foot. I can't find my way out. I was terrified. I went home and locked myself in the house. "It's like your worst nightmare and you can't wake up from it". There's talk of another Oscar nomination for Lawrence, and she is now in a relationship with Arnofsky, a Brooklyn native. Even star Jennifer Lawrence thought Aronofsky had taken it too far after her first viewing of the finished project. The "possession" of young widowed mother Amelia in recent hit The Babadook tears at a particularly crucial bond, as her son Samuel is forced to fend for himself against a mother unravelling due to the stresses of parenthood. "She's a very smart woman".

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