Jennifer Lawrence says motherhood is getting less appealing as she gets older

Peter Castro
September 17, 2017

"I think I'm just taking a little break", before laughing and jokingly saying, "I'll see you in six months".

But Lawrence joked that her break might not end up being as long as she intended.

The 27-year-old actress jokingly said she will "start making pots" during her free time.

It is a veritable feast of Jennifer Lawrence and Darren Aronofsky love.

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Her new movie has had a mix response from both critics and fans but the actress is happy if people are "traumatised" by mother! because the story contains an important message. When Lawrence first read the script to "Mother!" in a New York City hotel, she found it so upsetting that she threw the script across her room, calling the writer and director Darren Aronofsky "crazy".

Speaking to host Savannah Guthrie, Jennifer said: 'I don't have anything set for two years'. "And I'm never confused with him".

This is a change from past interviews Lawrence has done, where she's said she doesn't like to take time off. The horror genre has made much of the role of the mother, and what happens when this normally protective figure has dark intentions. Aronofsky may not seem like a familiar face, but you have probably seen his movies including the 2010 hit "Black Swan", the chilling 2000 film "Requiem For a Dream", and the 2014 epic "Noah".

The actress wore her blonde, wavy curls in an up-do (which is nothing out of the ordinary), but she chose to adorn her tresses with attractive real flowers-creating an undone upside-down flower crown. "I don't know how he felt about me". Sheer chaos then leads to disgusting (if ludicrous) horror and repellently silly sequences where Lawrence is mistreated appallingly, and charges of misogyny seem even more valid here than they were in Black Swan. At first it was really overwhelming and I thought, 'Is this going to be the rest of my life?' When I am releasing a movie and it's really heavy and really intense and I just know that it will die down.

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