Jennifer Lawrence, Oscar-winning actress, claims that her latest R-rated comedy, “No Hard Feelings,” reignited her passion for acting after a two-year hiatus.
After taking a break from her career between 2019 and 2021, and becoming a mother in early 2022, Lawrence, at the age of 32, found the script of “No Hard Feelings” irresistible. She confessed, during the film’s premiere in London, that she initially had no intention to return to work or to pick any genre until she encountered this script. The screenplay’s humor enthralled her so much that she jumped back into action within four months.
In “No Hard Feelings,” Lawrence brings to life Maddie, a character struggling as an Uber driver without a car and facing the risk of losing her home. Maddie stumbles upon a job listing from a wealthy couple, offering an opportunity to date their introverted son, Percy, to help him become more outgoing before he ventures to college.
Gene Stupnitsky, the movie’s director and co-writer, revealed that the plot was sparked by a real Craigslist ad posted in 2013, and Maddie’s character was tailored specifically for Lawrence.
Andrew Feldman, Lawrence’s 21-year-old co-star, interrupted his Harvard studies for the role of Percy. Overjoyed at the chance of a lifetime, Feldman revealed that he didn’t hesitate to put Harvard on hold when Lawrence informed him about the opportunity.
“No Hard Feelings” is set to hit cinemas worldwide from mid-June.
The information in this news is based on the details from the Malay Mail website.