Monday, 11 December, 2017

Jennifer Lawrence 'afraid' of sexy scenes after nude photo hack

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Stacy Diaz | 07 December, 2017, 14:11

She founded the Jennifer Lawrence Foundation, which "assists and empowers charitable organizations that fulfill children's vital needs and drive arts awareness and participation", according to the site's mission statement. The Weinstein Company notably produced and distributed "Silver Linings Playbook", the film that earned Lawrence her first Oscar win.

Hollywood actor Jennifer Lawrence has been vocal about the recent wave of sexual misconduct allegations that has hit Hollywood and now she has revealed how she felt when the report came out about film producer and longtime collaborator Harvey Weinstein. "I'll never share that part of myself ever since it got shared against my will".

"Just speaking for myself, I had known him since I was 20, and he had only ever been nice to me - except for the moments that he wasn't, and then I called him an a-hole, and we moved on", she said.

Lawrence told Oprah Winfrey, for The Hollywood Reporter, she chose the role because of the chemistry she had with it and said it was like meeting a boyfriend.

The "Hunger Games" star also opened up about being hacked in 2014 and the nude photos of her that were leaked online.

"I don't know a woman who hasn't been touched by some sort of abuse".

"I have such fear with my phone and my computer and electronics".

At the breakfast, Sarah Silverman delivered opening remarks, Angelina Jolie gave the keynote speech, and Gal Gadot and Justin Timberlake were also on hand to help present over $1 million in university scholarships to young women from disadvantaged backgrounds who have taken part in THR's highly competitive, Women in Entertainment Mentorship Program, now entering its 10th year.

Jennifer Lawrence said her 2014 nude photo hack scared her away from sexualized movie roles.

. "It was violating on a sexual level". Winfrey followed up, to which Lawrence responded, "I think so".

Jennifer Lawrence looked to producer Harvey Weinstein as a "paternal" figure before the allegations of sexual harassment and abuse emerged against the famed Hollywood producer.

"I'm sad by the women's stories, but I'm excited by the change that's going to come from it", she said. I just thought, 'I'll never do that again.

She continued to describe Weinstein as a "tough guy" and a "brute", but she maintained that she was unaware of his true persona.