Jennifer Lawrence addresses Red Sparrow haters after rum shots with Colbert

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An accident causes her to lose her role of prima ballerina, and she subsequently plummets into the world of Russian espionage with her induction into the Red Sparrow organization. It just doesn't need 2 hours 20 minutes to tell its story, which means the plot is padded out with unnecessary dialogue.

"The same kind of violence is in different parts of the country that don't have as many problems as we do", Lawrence continued, "I think the problems is guns not entertainment industry". "They were so smart, and I was like, 'Well, I can't go to colleges anymore, '" Lawrence joked. In fact, the 65-year-old's lawyers tried to twist her words in order to get him out of a class action lawsuit filed on behalf of the females he worked with over the years. The actress spends most of the movie half-naked, changing her hair, crying, naked, and trying to flawless a tricky Russian accent.

Despite all this, I can't bring myself to say the movie is just absolutely bad. (In case you forgot: he's been accused of sexual misconduct by dozens of women but denies all claims of nonconsensual acts.) Lawrence's press tour for Red Sparrow has, as a result, doubled as a Distance Yourself from Weinstein Tour.

During her interview on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Jennifer kicked off her high heels as she got comfortable on the couch, and brazenly declared "haters" were not welcome at screenings of her spy thriller Red Sparrow, which has received less-than-positive reviews from critics. With so much success as an actress so far, we can definitely see her being successful as a TV creator in the future as well. "I still feel empowered". "Even just for my really close friends who aren't famous, it's changed for them too because their secrets that I will keep, nobody knows who they are or cares". In fact, she revealed her desire to become a billionaire - and she thinks her love for reality TV is how she'll make the big bucks.

"Turns out I really like rum".

On the other hand, I can see what the director maybe intended with all the sexual and violent themes. It's miserable to watch, and I hated it. "I wished a random person happy birthday, and then, like, stumbled off", she lamented.