Jennifer Lawrence felt “a unique sadness” when she finished filming No Hard Feelings.
In The Hunger Games star’s first comedy, she plays Maddie, a woman who agrees to date a nerdy 19-year-old named Percy in exchange for a car.
During a conversation with Cameron Diaz for Interview magazine, Lawrence admitted she felt sad when the shoot ended because she had so much faith in the project.
“I felt a unique sadness when wrapping this one, because it’s so nice when you feel so confident while filming a movie,” she shared. “There’s some that you shoot and you’re like, ‘Are people going to get this? I didn’t know it was going to look like that.’ Sometimes you’re pleasantly surprised, sometimes you’re not.”
The 32-year-old, who also produced the film, shared that she had “a blast” making the movie with Andrew Barth Feldman, who plays Percy, and felt a sense of achievement at the end of each day.
“Andrew Barth Feldman, my costar, was a karmic gift. I had so much fun with him every second of the day,” she gushed. “There are definitely times where you get home and you’re like, ‘What a good day of work. That went well.’ But it adds a whole different layer of joy when the accomplishment is something that makes you belly laugh.”
No Hard Feelings is in cinemas now.
– Cover Media