At the height of The Hunger Games movie mania, Jennifer Lawrence was enjoying high life in more ways than one. After attending the gruelling press conferences and premieres for the dystopian film series, the actress admitted that she and co-stars Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth frequently found themselves getting wasted and high together.
She told The New York Times, “The boys and I would always go back to our hotel and simply drink whiskey and get stoned.” My mother-in-law is going to love this, Lawrence continued in jest. “I don’t do that anymore; I’m a mom!”
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Lawrence played the feisty Katniss Everdeen in the film adaptation of Suzanne Collins‘s young adult novel, The Hunger Games. Her character developed throughout four movies, from an ordinary teen to the bold leader of a rebellion against the Capitol and its namesake Gladiator-style death matches.
Even though she received more attention than she was used to, Lawrence still has great memories of the movies released yearly from 2012 to 2015. She remarked, “Those movies were terrific, but the only thing that made me hesitate was how famous it would make me.
Lawrence is aware that she will always be connected to the role somehow. She said, “I guess Jennifer Lawrence is Katniss Everdeen. Is that strange? She was shocked by the news that The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, a precursor to The Hunger Games, will be released soon. She chuckled, “That makes me feel old as mould.”
Jennifer Lawrence Says She and Her ‘Hunger Games’ Costars Used to ‘Get Stoned’ After Premieres https://t.co/SriVgoUwLm
— People (@people) November 3, 2022
“My God, one day they’ll recreate and remake them. But I’ll be so old by then! I’ll be dead!” she recalled thinking when she was 21 (nope, she’ll be 33 when the movie, starring Rachel Zegler and Tom Blyth, opens in theatres in November 2023).
Lawrence said that now that The Hunger Games are over, she is “not terrified of 13-year-olds anymore” because “they have no idea who I am.” She said, “Just by how I deal with people in the real world, I can sense that things are different. The attention has decreased overall. God bless it, save from the occasional article about me leaving in Ugg boots.