There are some people who like to let it all hang out and there are others who prefer to keep it all tucked in. I’m talking, of course, about your bits. Nudity can make people blush and uncomfortable, whereas some wear it as a badge of confidence and empowerment.
It seems as though the crew working on Jennifer Lawrence’s latest project Red Sparrow were the former.
The Academy Award winning actor plays a Russian spy that falls in love with a CIA agent played by Aussie actor Joel Edgerton and her character is in the buff quite a bit.
While she was filming those particular scenes, she found it more liberating to be naked, rather than jumping in and out of clothes.
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Lawrence said:
“Everybody made me feel so comfortable that I probably at a certain point started making everybody else uncomfortable.
“Because I’d be like, ‘I don’t want the robe. I’m hot. I’m eating.’ Everybody’s like, ‘She needs to cover up.'”
It would actually be a bit annoying having to cover up and then disrobe all the time, especially considering movie sets can be very start-stop at times.
Jennifer actually said the scariest thing about taking on the role was delivering a true Russian accent.
Actors like Angelina Jolie, Sean Connery, Harrison Ford and Cate Blanchette, all phenomenal at their craft, have been criticised left, right and centre for their portrayals of the Russia tongue.
So it will be interesting to see whether Jennifer can convincingly pull it off.
Judging from the trailer, she doesn’t do too badly, with the video explaining Lawrence’s character is thrust into a secret agent academy after she witnessed a murder and she is trained to kill in a variety of methods.
It seems as though Edgerton’s character tries to get her out of the assassin game, which puts her in a dangerous position.
The film is set to be released around the start of March and could be one of the last projects we see of Jennifer for a while.
In her interview with Entertainment Tonight, the 27-year-old said she wanted to take a break from acting to instead focus on politics.
While she might not be gunning for Trump’s chair, she does want to get more young America’s invested and interested in politics.
“I’m going to take the next year off. I’m going to be working with this organisation as a part of [anti-corruption organisation] Represent.US, trying to get young people engaged politically on a local level.
“It doesn’t have anything to do with partisan (politics). It’s just anti-corruption and stuff trying to pass state by state laws that can help prevent corruption, fix our democracy.”