Jennifer Lawrence covers Vogue, talks politics, sex, Kris Jenner & more


Jennifer Lawrence covers the December issue of Vogue, and the cover interview is likely the most fascinating and funny thing you’ll read all month. Even though J-Law is arguably the biggest celebrity/actress in the world right now, she still gives interviews like an ingenue with no media training. Maybe this is all an “act” and she’s really the smartest, most meta celebrity ever. Or maybe she’s just sarcastic, genuine, real, hilarious and truly in-the-moment. Whatever it is, J-Law is a GREAT read. The bulk of the interview takes place in her home in LA, a home which once belonged to Jessica Simpson (J-Law: “Thank God for Jessica Simpson,” a reference to the room devoted to hair and makeup). Not just in her home – she and Jonathan Van Meter lay in her bed for five hours, drinking wine and eating pizza. She takes off her bra in front of him and at one point, she tries to make the perfect dirty martinis that Michael Fassbender taught her how to make. You can (and should) read the full Vogue interview here (you can see the slideshow here). Some highlights:

Kris Jenner came to her birthday party: Jenner presented her with a poop-shaped cake reading “Happy birthday, you piece of sh-t!: J-Law says: “My knees buckled. And then I got hammered and talked to her like I think I’m part of the family.”

Her dog, Pippi, and her hacked nude photos: “I was outside crying, and Pippi jumped up on my lap and started licking up all my tears, and I couldn’t put her down for hours. And I mean, hours. I was like, ‘Well, obviously, you’re mine.’ ” Looking back, does she have more perspective on the ordeal? “It was all pain and no gain. But I don’t dwell on it unless someone brings it up. Have you seen me naked?”

Her bedroom: “This is where the maaagic haaaappens. Literally zero magic has happened in here. Cheers to my hymen growing back!”

Working with David O. Russell: “Because I’m not so sensitive, we can really talk, like, man-to-man. Sometimes he accidentally refers to me as he or him. But he really respects and understands women, and by that I mean he doesn’t treat a woman any differently than he’ll treat a man. He would never tiptoe around a woman.”

Being cast as older in DOR’s films: “I am obviously too young for all of David’s characters. But none of that comes from David wanting a young girl in his movies. That’s not even in his atmosphere. Everybody already thinks I’m 40.”

On the Kentucky clerk, Kim Davis: J-Law calls her that “lady who makes me embarrassed to be from Kentucky…. Don’t even say her name in this house… all those people holding their crucifixes, which may as well be pitchforks, thinking they’re fighting the good fight. I grew up in Kentucky. I know how they are.”

Politics: “I was raised a Republican but I just can’t imagine supporting a party that doesn’t support women’s basic rights. It’s 2015 and gay people can get married and we think that we’ve come so far, so, yay! But have we? I don’t want to stay quiet about that stuff…. My view on the election is pretty cut-and-dried: If Donald Trump is president of the United States, it will be the end of the world. And he’s also the best thing to happen to the Democrats ever.”

Her new blonde look for ‘Passengers’: “Oh, this is movie hair. I guess this is what sluts look like in space.”

Having a face full of Novocain from a trip to the dentist: “I feel like Brandi from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. She got work done and was like, I had an allergic reaction to aspirin! Did you see that Kim Kardashian got lip injections? She took a selfie and wrote, ‘pregnancy lips!’ Honey, that’s not a thing.”

She’s single: “No one ever asks me out. I am lonely every Saturday night. Guys are so mean to me. I know where it’s coming from, I know they’re trying to establish dominance, but it hurts my feelings. I’m just a girl who wants you to be nice to me. I am straight as an arrow. I feel like I need to meet a guy, with all due respect, who has been living in Baghdad for five years who has no idea who I am… I can’t wait to be married. I feel like if I find that one person who I want to spend the rest of my life with, who I want to be the father of my children, that I would absolutely not f–k it up. But I’m also not banking on that.”

[From Vogue]

There’s like a ton of amazing soundbytes that I didn’t even get to. She’s utterly quotable, the master of the soundbyte, and given her position, amazingly filter-less. This interview is to promote Joy, her third David O. Russell film, and there’s a lot of DOR stuff in the piece. A lot of people think she’s going to get her four Oscar nomination for Joy this year. It wouldn’t surprise me at all.


Photos courtesy of Mikael Jansson/VOGUE.

Related stories

You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.

124 Responses to “Jennifer Lawrence covers Vogue, talks politics, sex, Kris Jenner & more”

Comments are Closed

We close comments on older posts to fight comment spam.

  1. Sara says:

    Love that horse picture.

    • missmerry says:

      seriously! I wonder if its a real shot or if they had to mesh a few together to get her stoic face and the horse rearing that perfect!

      • Algernon says:

        It looks fake to me. If you’re really on a rearing horse, you’re going to be crouched further forward over its withers for balance, and you’d have a much tighter, shorter grip on the reins. I think she’s sitting on a real saddle, which was on a photo stage, and they ‘shopped her onto the rearing horse.

      • Blip says:

        Jennifer grew up around horses (her family had/has a farm) so one would think its real. A stunning picture.

      • Algernon says:

        @ Blip

        There are other photos in the spread of her riding which I think are real. I just question the rearing one. It is stunning either way. The entire spread is great.

      • vilebody says:

        Also, you can see the shadow of her knee on the saddle, which suggests it’s fake.

        **For those who don’t know riding, your quads are basically what holds you to the saddle. In this pose, she would be clenching those quads like crazy. Still a great picture, though.

      • Anon222 says:

        The pic doesn’t look real to me. If it is a real picture, then it’s a shame that they made it look like a photoshopped one.

    • Ullevall says:

      Love the horse photo too.
      The cover is just meh,,,,sort of dull, I don’t really like the hair with the dark roots grown out, but
      Her face looks pretty .

      • Lizzie McGuire says:

        Horse photo should replace the cover one, if she did indeed was riding the horse & no photoshop was involved then kudos to her.

      • lisa2 says:

        The horse picture looks photoshopped.. mainly because of the position of her upper body. It looks too still. I would imagine you would be lean forward if a horse were rearing up that way.

        Nice picture though

      • Kimmy says:

        Her hair right now is amazing.

    • Tash says:

      Agree…great pose.

    • SusanneToo says:

      Wow! Dale Evans! I really, really like Jennifer Lawrence. She’s smart, funny, uncensored and doesn’t seem to have a mean bone in her body. A good actress too. I hope she maintains her position in H’wood a long time.

    • QQ says:

      I agree this is toooooo good!

    • Tiny Martian says:

      That picture really makes me want to see a movie where JLaw rides a horse. And I know she rode one in “Serena”, but did anyone even see that movie? I’ve always pictured her in a Western, this pic just reinforces that idea. Girl grew up riding horses, some director needs to utilize that!

    • Jib says:

      That is so photoshopped. Her body is totally wrong for being on a rearing horse.

    • India Andrews says:

      I love the horse picture too but having been on a rearing horse, the way she is sitting while the horse rears makes me wonder if it isn’t a composite photo.

  2. Sam says:

    This interview was all over the place and I don’t understand her quotes on her love life. Is she being funny/cute when she says her past loves were mean to her or were they really mean to her?

    Kudos to her for stating her political views so clearly. I always thought she was like Taylor Swift and wouldn’t make any big political statements due to her popularity and fear of alienating the right wing.

    • blueberry says:

      I don’t think it’s past loves… I think she means now, when she’s trying to flirt with/engage with guys… maybe? But I could be reading it wrong too!

    • LadyMTL says:

      I read it as guys now are mean to her, because they feel the need to assert their dominance (since she’s young and beautiful and talented and etc). So that’s why she’s single, the guys she meets are jerks. I can imagine how hurtful it must be, because who wants to be treated badly by anyone?

    • Mark says:

      There are quotes where she is talking about how she is mean to people she loves, so I guess she won’t have much of a stable love live.

    • Chinoiserie says:

      Probbaly there are many jerks in Hollywood circles who want assert dominance when meeting her and the nice guys probably think they do not have changes with her. And she has been very busy recently so probably she has not that time to really focus on trying finding someone.

    • tealily says:

      I think it’s all over the place because it’s excerpts. And I also took it to mean new guys she is meeting/ going on dates with, not past loves (like lovely Nicholas Hoult).

  3. Abbott says:

    I felt like the article offered nothing new. Or maybe because the writing was terrible. And by “writing” I mean “randomly poking at letters in a vain attempt to communicate.” That lede was journalistic butt garbage.

  4. Jegede says:

    This second Vogue cover looks almost identical to her first US Vogue cover!

    JLaw’s interview looks to be good read, so I don’t know why her selected pictorals by editor – well covers anyway – can’t reflect that, and be as alive and alert.
    (Especially as this is ostensibly a festive/holiday issue)

  5. savu says:

    I cackled at the sluts in space comment. Dear lord.

  6. missmerry says:

    also, of COURSE she had to talk about her hymen, meaning now everybody is going to sit and home and think about who she has banged in the past.

    clever girl.

  7. Lizzie McGuire says:

    “I guess this is what sluts look like in space”

    I know people think she’s faking it with all the “I’m way too real & I trip everywhere” but I think she’s really unique none of her peers say things straight up & they all blend together. The excerpts from the interview are great & I’m actually looking forward to getting my Vogue this next month.

  8. astrobiologiste says:

    GRAS FED? is that a typo on the cover of Vogue?

  9. Jbap says:

    That is a great interview. There is so much in there.

  10. vauvert says:

    I officially do not like her. Anyone who thinks a poop shaped cake is somehow anything other than gross, or being called a piece of shit is anything other than disgusting, is too infantile and moronic to bother with. She is trying to appeal to the lowest common denominator (or she really that simple) – either way, blah.
    And can anyone just stop those people who talk way too much about their intimate life? Shading your past boyfriends when you are a celeb is too commonplace to bat an eyelash (still not classy, but we are used to it). But do we need to know about your sex life or lack of? Whatever happened to just saying you are looking to meet someone great and have a family someday? Maybe when you have matured a bit more? Maybe men, good men, are not so much intimated by you as just not into a juvenile girl? And the ones you attract are “mean” to you but DOR is great and calls you “he”??
    I can’t even… she renders me speechless.

    • Sara says:

      David o’russell is vicious and violent and has been accused of molestation. But hey, Jennifer thinks he’s great!

    • Naddie says:

      From everything you said, I agree about the poop cake (a million ewwsss) and the stupidness of calling her a “he”, I won’t even start to explain why this is so dumb.

    • tealily says:

      This seems like an extreme reaction to me. I’d rather read an interview that *isn’t* identical to every other celebrity interview I’ve read, but hey, we all have our own taste I guess.

      • vauvert says:

        I like original interviews, that is not the issue. But originality just for shock value, no thank you.
        In truth this has been building for a while. But after all the faux stumbling, faces, chopsticks in nose, farts and peeing in sinks and not washing hands humour – whether it was humour or not I don’t care, still gross – to now come and imply that your love life is a mess because “mean guys”?? Cry me a river, pretty blonde multimillionaire famous girl. Really.
        And defending DOR? I understand, he casts her in roles suitable for 40 year olds, has her sashay in a slinky dress with her tits swinging so Oscah!! and she loves him. Good for her.
        But she is either very immature or dumb or both. And if her “lonely Saturday nights” statement is true perhaps she could think about why that is. Maybe she does not attract good guys (assuming we take her statement about her exes at face value, which is a different story) because the good guys are looking for something else, and newsflash – good guys are generally not intimidated. JLaw and Halle can tell themselves this story if it makes them feel good, but it is not true.

      • Val says:

        I completely agree with you vauvert. I’d add to your last comment that I seriously doubt she has “lonely Saturday nights”. I’m sure she has a group of friends or whatever over, or she could go to any party she wants with anyone. Give me a break.

    • Jib says:

      And again, she talks about being hammered. Hey, I abused alcohol and I have a pretty good radar for this, and from her falling all of the time and her behavior in public, I think she has a problem with alcohol. I hope it’s because she’s just young, but I don’t think so.

  11. Talie says:

    “Did you see that Kim Kardashian got lip injections? She took a selfie and wrote, ‘pregnancy lips!’ Honey, that’s not a thing.”


  12. Tash says:

    I chuckled at her quote about Kim and her hymen. I don’t mind her…she’s okay in my book.

  13. Crumpet says:

    “Oh, this is movie hair. I guess this is what sluts look like in space.”

    Just like her to have just this to say about the best hair of her life. Oh, and you can tell the rearing horse photo is real by the placing of her leg and foot in the stirrup. They probably lined up a fabulous stunt horse for the shoot. Hollywood has all the best horses. *sigh*

    • Chinoiserie says:

      I assumed that maybe she was sitting on some saddle put on a prop, not actually on a horse. But I do not know anything about photoshop or photoshoots in general so maybe this is completely real. The horse really is gorgeous.

      • Tiny Martian says:

        I’m going to guess it’s real. Jennifer grew up on a horse ranch or something, she’s told stories about how she used to ride bareback because her parents didn’t want her to use the saddles, and how she used to help break in untrained horses.

      • Algernon says:

        She’s sitting so far back in the saddle, and so straight up and down. Even in master-level dressage, the posture on a rearing horse is more forward an compact, for balance, with a much shorter grip on the reins. I don’t think it’s real. But I think that’s maybe more about insurance than anything. Any shoot with live animals is automatically harder to insure, and when you’re talking about putting one of the most valuable actresses in Hollywood on a rearing horse…I can see a photographer wanting it, but the company brass saying no, because of the insurance. I think she can probably sit a rearing horse in real life, but I don’t think they let her do it for real here.

    • TrixC says:

      She talks about the horse in the full interview

  14. Mark says:

    Not that great just standard jlaw quirky quotes but the internet will lap it up and her ‘unfiltered’ not contrived personality,

  15. littlemissnaughty says:

    The cover is lovely, I can’t stop looking at it. Will read the entire thing after work because the excerpt is highly entertaining. I understand why she gets on people’s nerves but I love her.

  16. Grace says:

    That cover is beautiful, so natural and fresh! Great, great interview

  17. Freddy Spaghetti says:

    I loved the interview. I thought it was really smart of her to know and point out that she will have a movie that flops, now that she’s left franchises behind.

  18. Sara says:

    I don’t think she’s fake. I just think she’s f’n insufferable. A young woman still using the term slut is disheartening.

  19. Milli94 says:

    Is she saying that either of Hoult or martin broke up because she got too famous ? That would be horrible of them if true . I wish she would stop saying man to man talks as if only two men can have no nonsense talks . Other wise so nice of her to state that being raised a Republican should not mean you should support these current candidates.
    Also every time i read about the nude photos it saddens me beyond belief. She is so strong for not keeping quiet about this

    • Sochan says:

      She didn’t say that at all. She spoke in the present tense “guys are so mean to me”. She’s clearly talking about her current situation.

      • Milli94 says:

        I do hope so . I hope she was not in a relationship with someone who made her feel insecure .

      • tealily says:

        This is what I took it to mean, too. She not talking about her long term relationships, she’s talking about how she’s having trouble meeting anyone now.

  20. Naddie says:

    I’m glad she’s the official it girl. I might find her annoying sometimes, but she’s clever and talented. Imagine if it was Cara Delevigne/Megan Fox/another old star’s daughter?

  21. Jessica says:

    Writes letter calling for an end to the gender pay gap… still casually drops the word ‘slut’ into everyday conversation.

    • Sara says:

      But she’s so clever and real and down to earth and stuff!!!!!!!!

    • hmph says:

      You don’t actually believe she wrote that letter, do you?

      • Jessica says:

        Whether she wrote the letter herself is not the point. The point is that the persona of Jennifer Lawrence is one of fighting Hollywood sexism with one side of her mouth and casually using the term ‘slut’ with the other. It’s ignorant at beast and hypocritical at worst. If one wants to fight sexism then by all means fight sexism, but understand that sexism permeates all facets of our lives; it’s ingrained in our society. Fighting sexism is not just about ending pay inequality, it’s about changing the way we view and treat women, not just in the media but in our everyday lives. Making a joke using the word ‘slut’ is just as sexist as pay inequality.

      • chelsea says:

        @Jessica: Not really, but do knock yourself out.

      • Kitten says:

        I like J Law (like not LOVE) but I side-eyed that comment as well. She comes across as incredibly immature sometimes.

      • Alarmjaguar says:

        I read it as her saying this is what the casting director (or whoever) wanted her to look like, so shading men’s ideas about women in movies…but maybe I’m overthinking things

      • tealily says:

        I do believe that she wrote that letter. Why wouldn’t it have been her?

        And yeah, I thought that was a kind of meta-Hollywood comment too. I mean, she’s talking about the role she herself is playing.

    • Alyce says:

      I know I’m probably gonna take a hit for this, but my friends and I will sometimes refer to ourselves or each other as sluts or b**ches. (I’m Bisexual and its such a common stereotype that I’m a thirsty cheater that you HAVE to joke about it!) We all identity as feminists.

      • Kitten says:

        When I was younger, I used to use the word “slut” in the same, casual way. I grew up, matured, and realized that if I want true gender equality then I can’t give MRA dudes the opening to say “if you can call yourself that then why can’t I?”

        Of course we both know it’s different when we refer to ourselves as “sluts” or “bitches” but it’s still worth trying to refrain from using it. There are so many words, why default to the lowest common denominator? Why reinforce the perception that women should be shamed for their sexuality?

        I really hope I didn’t come across as patronizing. Just some questions to ask yourself next time you’re about to use that word.

      • Evie says:

        Yup, me too. And I’m kinda surprised that people don’t get that. But then haters will hate.

      • Jessica says:

        @Evie: I’m not a hater. I’m not a lover, either. I don’t give enough sh-ts either way about Jennifer. But I give a ton of sh-ts about gender equality.

        @Alyce: I used to joke around and call myself a b-tch in high school all the time. Me and my friends would call each other that. Then I grew up and learned how sexism works. If we as women are not willing to not be sexist toward each other then how do we expect men to not be sexist toward us?

      • Janey says:

        I am surprised people took her use of words seriously. I thought this was a sardonic sarcastic joke. Like this is how the casting directors producers in Hollywood looks at women. But maybe I am wrong.

      • Alyce says:

        @Kitten, you didn’t come off as condescending at all! I do disagree with you to a point. Every time I hear a white person say, “If they can say the N word, why can’t I!?” I roll my eyes and explain that it’s not the same. This is similar to me. Plus, taking a term like that on yourself helps to lessen the hurt you feel when others hurl it at you (and J Law had it hurled at her a lot when her nude pics were stolen). I will think about what you said, however! Different perspectives are always good!

      • Otaku Fairy says:

        It doesn’t bother me when other women decide for themselves to use ‘bitch’ or ‘slut’ as a term of endearment. Especially ‘bitch’. That’s one of the least offensive sexist terms to me because there are male equivalents to “She’s being such a bitch” like “He’s being such a dick” or “He’s being such an asshole”. “Bitch” only bothers me when it’s used by men in a way that puts women in a subservient position to them (“Keep your bitch in line”) or when a woman is being called a bitch for behaviors that their male peers aren’t being called anything for- like being a little demanding, being a little anti-social, or giving reasonable criticism.

        And Kitten, you weren’t being patronizing at all. You have no need to worry.

  22. the guest says:

    I think jennifer is referring chris martin with “maaagic” quote. Didn’t chris martin just have a new song that have verse ” turn the magic on, she said to me”

    • reader says:

      I do not think she is talking about chris martin.

    • FingerBinger says:

      I don’t think she’s talking about Chris Martin. She’s just not getting any.

    • Sochan says:

      So every use of the word “magic” is automatically linked to one guy and his song?

      “Magic happens” in the bed … she was being tongue-in-cheek funny about her lack of a sex life. That’s obvious. Everything isn’t about Chris martin.

    • Magpie says:

      Yes, that was tots about magic Martin. He wrote a cheesy song that everyone thinks is about banging her so she wants to set the record straight that that is so not happening with anyone right now.

    • tealily says:

      No, that was more of a reference to every episode of MTV Cribs ever, I think.

    • Alex says:

      The interview is months old (since this is before she even started Passengers) so yea its not about Martin or his terrible song. Its about how she’s having a dry spell and has been for a longgggg time lol.
      Tongue n cheek comment

  23. Lucy says:

    …Oh Jen, how I love thee. Loved what she said about being raised a Republican.
    Also: That horse shoot? SO MUCH YES.

  24. meme says:

    Beautiful young woman and a breath of fresh air. And very talented. She’s got a long acting future ahead of her (but please, no more franchises).

    that photo with the horse is gorgeous.

    • Sara says:

      She’s a breath of fresh air because she drops slut into conversations and thinks it’s funny to eat poop cakes?

      • MG says:

        Yes! Exactly! Because no other Hollywood starlet would say the things she says and do the things she does. It’s refreshing! She’s young, isn’t afraid to speak her mind (even though it might come across badly) and I think she’s a terrific actress.

        I think of Beyoncé, who hasn’t spoken to the media in a year because she’s afraid of what she’ll say and how it might affect her image. I’ll take honest and crass Jlaw any day of the week.

  25. Veronica says:

    I think part of why J.Law is so successful is because she can manage to come across “unfiltered” in interviews, which projects a sense of familiarity and “normality” to people. Whether you think that’s genuine or if she’s just cleverly calculating is up to your own interpretation, but it works.

    Love the photo with the horse. I’m curious how much work it took to get that photo just right.

  26. mindydopple says:

    I think this is Amy Schumer doing her best work on J.Law. this whole thing isn’t about being the funniest or amazing or most correct. Women can be flawed and gross and childish and still be talented and professional. I mean look at Renner for instance, says the most ridiculous things and eh, that’s just him. I’m willing to accept this I like this, and if you don’t like her. That’s ok, but I like knowing that someone out there is as messy as I am. There’s this great gif of Nicki Minaj I would post here if I could. It just highlights that women have to be everything. All at once.

    • Sara says:

      “Jeremy Renner is just a misogynistic asshole, what can ya do? That’s just him! Might as well accept it.”


  27. FingerBinger says:

    This was a typical Jennifer Lawrence interview. There was nothing amazing or great about it.

  28. Margot says:

    Love the cover great interview

  29. Saks says:

    This interview is the exact reflection of how I feel about Jennifer most of the time. Half her answers made me roll my eyes, the other half could make me really like her.

    • perplexed says:

      That’s a good description of how I found the interview too. For every answer I thought was smart, there was another one I found equally annoying.

      I don’t get her love for Kris Jennifer. I guess you can really see the generational shift happening with her — I can’t imagine a big movie star back in the 90s admitting a certain fondness for someone like Kris. Weird.

      That answer about hymen seem like too much information. I don’t need to know about a movie star’s sex life.

    • Linn says:

      I agree. I love what she said about politics, Kim’s “Pregnancy Lips” and the Nude photos but much of the rest made me roll my eyes.
      E. g. what she has to say about David O. Russell seems both really stupid and really contradiction to me and the cake thing is just gross.

  30. Sochan says:

    I’m officially sick of this rude 25-year old who knows it all.

    • Jbap says:

      How is she being ‘rude’? And why is she claiming to ‘know it all’, when the whole interview is about how she is trying to work things out as she grows older?

  31. Lou says:

    it’s fine except for the slut comment….

    and lol at calling Kim K out even though she’s tight with Kris Jenner. I actually thought pregnancy lips were a thing. Ive noticed friends who are heavily pregnant tend to have bigger lips and noses with all the swelling. Literally ever part of them swells.

    You know, you don’t have to be with a guy to not be lonely. She’s 25, not all her friends are married with babies yet. Don’t they all hang out?

    She will be bombarded with dates now tho, all her friends will try to set her up.

    Oh and yeah…. the DOR treats women so well comment is VERY controversial

    • Kelly says:

      I’ve seen noses change during pregnancy, it’s called nose spreading and it’s due to the rise in estrogen. Lips? Never heard of that.

  32. Annie says:

    That’s one of the best celebrity interviews I’ve ever read.

  33. s says:

    This was a hilarious read, and thoughtful, too. Smart young woman.

  34. WinnieCoopersMom says:

    I like her. I still feel bad for what she went through with the nude photo thing; thinking that pretty much everyone with a smartphone probably saw her completely naked. I can’t imagine coping with that. I’m happy to see she didn’t go into hiding after that..she’s still making great movies and giving open, funny interviews. Good for her.

  35. Barbara says:

    Re Kris J and the cake, I feel everything she does is for effect and manipulation. I can see her sitting at home planning how to get inside Jen’s world and pull her into her world.

  36. I Choose Me says:

    Eh. I smiled at the Kim K jab but other than that, I didn’t find her interview all that charming. On the other hand, I can appreciate that it’s not all pat answers and recycled quotes.

    I guess my position on her still stands: A fine actress whose personality I can only take in small doses.

  37. Fluff says:

    My queen!

  38. Magpie says:

    Liked her comments about Kim Davis so jlaw’s ok in my book.

  39. Monica says:

    “I’m not so sensitive” but it sure sounds like it from the other comments she made in the article. Also she talked previously about far wage for women, she had worked ALOT for the same director yet they have a great relationship and she can talk to him, but i guess not about getting equal pay. Also when a “celebrity” talks talking about politics, my eyes glaze over. I should care about someone’s (who probably didn’t have time to vote) political beliefs?

    • Janey says:

      The director doesn’t pay her. The studio does. Her comment about the pay gap is not a reflection on David o Russell. He’s in charge of the artistic process not the pay and finance department.

  40. Janey says:

    She’s brilliant and immature in equal measures. I am not a huge fan but at least she has talent. I am so so tired of all the current it girls who are products of nepotism yes I am looking at you cara, Gigi and Kendall.
    And I absolutely love that someone at the top of their profession actually sticks their neck out for gender pay gap.

  41. Sunshine Gold says:

    I don’t want to like her because she’s just too perfect to be true, but this interview proves she is really funny and frank.