Darren Aronofsky, who wrote and directed the film, seems to know just how freaky his latest work is. Lawrence has been steadily working and racking up awards show nominations for the past seven years, so (though well deserved) it's shocking to hear she'll be taking some time off.
"No matter what, you will be talking about this after the movie", Aronofsky said.
With so much fame comes a lot of embarrassing moments and everyone is trying to find out how does the leading lady manages to handle everything fame throws at her.
The Hunger Games set her career off into the stratosphere and since that first film she has gone on to win the Best Actress Oscar for her performance in Silver Linings Playbook and a BAFTA and Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress for her role in American Hustle. "Now I'm like.[shocked face]", she added.More news: Overwatch Developer Update Addresses Player Toxicity
"Mother!" is a weird, intriguing concept that gets more visually interesting as it goes along, but less engaging in its story, as its last acts basically screams at the audience how fame is bad and if you're in a relationship with an artist - run far, far away.
Aronofsky (Black Swan, Requiem for a Dream), a longtime a fan, was impressed by her still-sharp skills. "Do you think about taking a break?" "There was one scene I hyperventilated too long, and I tore my diaphragm, and I think I popped a chest rib out", she said.
Then one night a needy stranger (Ed Harris) turns up at their door followed by his wife, played by an icily malevolent, tough-as-nails Michelle Pfeiffer. But also I get time off from it. I don't know, start making pots?
The star's political activism, Breitbart News' John Nolte notes, may be hurting her box office brand. "She's a very smart woman".