Per Jennifer Lawrence, her ideas about skipping out on doing movies with sex and nudity in them were keeping her from signing on for a movie with a script that she really liked, and a film that she really wanted to do. After she decided she could do nudity on the big screen, she felt she could own when and how she chose to use her own body as an actress. How might others take Jennifer Lawrence's choice to go nude in Red Sparrow?
It doesn't matter. It's my body and it's my art and it's my choice. And if you don't like boobs, you should not go see Red Sparrow.
Jennifer Lawrence felt empowered by the nude scenes in her upcoming spy thriller “Red Sparrow.”
The actress said, at Monday night’s New York premiere of the film, that the challenging role helped her overcome insecurities, including those surrounding her 2014 photo hack.
“The insecurity and fear of being judged for getting nude, what I went through, should that dictate decisions I make for the rest of my life? This movie changed that and I didn’t even realize how important changing that mentality was until it was done,” she said at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall. “But I also really challenged myself in ways that I never really had before. The foreign accent. The dancing. It was really taking on a very different leaf.”
Lawrence said she was also mentally prepared for the violent, sexually charged film because director Francis Lawrence had warned her in advance about the tough scenes.
Per Vanity Fair.... She (Jennifer Lawrence) also described how it (photo hack called The Fappening) left her reeling. “I can’t even describe to anybody what it feels like to have my naked body shoot across the world like a news flash against my will. It just makes me feel like a piece of meat that’s being passed around for a profit,” she said.