Jennifer Lawrence Reveals 'Anger and Frustration' About Life in the Spotlight
Jennifer Lawrence is no stranger to the spotlight, but that doesn't mean she loves it all the time.
At this year's Comic-Con to promote "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2," Lawrence chatted with Moviefone Contributing Editor Jessica Wedemeyer about how she's learning to deal with the anxieties that come with being an A-list actress and the kind of impact it's having on her life.
"One day, when I've made peace with the paparazzi, I'll regret all of the anger and frustration because it just takes up a lot of time, and it's not nice," Lawrence said. "It's not lovely to feel angry and anxious every day. So I think one day, when I don't have those feelings anymore, I'll regret all of the time that was spent feeling anxious over something I couldn't control."
That said, Lawrence isn't about to waste her time on regret. Almost mid-sentence, the Oscar-winner turned the negative into a positive -- realizing that there just isn't any room for regret when it comes to doing what she loves. "I don't have any regrets, because there really is only one thing I can do on this world to make money," she explained. "I have one skill, and I love it so much. So anything that has to come with that, I'm willing to accept."
That's our girl. "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2" hits theaters November 20th.