Motherhood has become less appealing with age, says Jennifer Lawrence

Posted September 17, 2017

"But that's what makes it a masterpiece and that's what makes Darren so brilliant and that's why I've always wanted to work with him".

Anyone who's been working that much for that long would be entitled to some time off, but Lawrence has the added burden of being super famous.

Darren Aronofsky, who wrote and directed the film, seems to know just how weird his latest work is. The good news is that Mother! represents the start of what may be a kind of renaissance for the 59-year-old actress, whose cool, piercing intelligence remains just as devastating as her steely beauty.

Jennifer Lawrence finally broke her silence and confirmed dating rumors with Darren Aronofsky in the September issue of Vogue magazine. I don't want this in my home. In "Mother!" Lawrence has the title role of the wife of a poet with a bad case of writer's block known only as "him" and played by Javier Bardem. "I don't have anything set for two years", the Oscar victor, 27, revealed. "I'll see you in six months", she quipped.

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"I'm really excited to be back", Pfeiffer says.

The actress also opened up about the drawbacks of fame.

As heartbreaking as it is to know we won't be seeing J. Law on the silver screen for a while after her X-Men film, the reason behind her decision to take a break is even more upsetting.

Despite their superstar statuses, Lawrence and Aronofsky still have typical couple disagreements; Lawrence told Vogue that he just doesn't seem to share her love of reality shows. But also I get time off from it. Sheer chaos then leads to ugly (if ludicrous) horror and repellently silly sequences where Lawrence is mistreated appallingly, and charges of misogyny seem even more valid here than they were in Black Swan. You know, like when I'm getting photographed just like walking to Starbucks, I'm like why does anybody feel-why do you feel entitled to this?