Jennifer Lawrence says her team kept secret good scripts from her

By Pratik

 Nov 5,2022

If you're thinking that Jennifer Lawrence's post-Oscars comeback isn't great, then you're not alone. 

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Jennifer Lawrence herself is open about her dislike for certain of the mediocre entry on her resume, complaining about the chaos of fame that has ruined the art of acting. 

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However, the string of subpar films isn't solely her fault She says that her reps were actively keeping her from the indie film industry.

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According to an article in the New York Times profile, Lawrence's representatives warned her "that her viewers wouldn't be able to comprehend" a film that was "smaller" (like the film, Causeway). 

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In addition, "I found out that many of the filmmakers I truly admired and loved had scripts that weren't getting my audience," she said.

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"Everything was the result of a rebound. I was reacting rather than doing the act," she says of her career choices after The Hunger Games series ended she admits that "I was letting myself get distracted." 

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But not anymore after the production of the franchise's flop X-Men: Dark Phoenix, Lawrence quit her agency, CAA and took charge of her own destiny.

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This is evident in Causeway which is billed as her first foray into independent films after Winter's Bone and the first film she's created with her own Production company called Excellent Cadaver. 

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This is evident in projects she's chosen to cancel like Adam McKay's Elizabeth Holmes biopic. ("I thought"Oh, no it's not necessary to remake this.  

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