Jennifer Lawrence will be leaving the "X-Men" series after the next film in the franchise, "Apocalypse."

The actress made that revelation during an interview with MTV News while promoting her new film, "Serena." When asked if "Apocalypse" would be the last "X-Men" film in the rebooted series, Lawrence said she wasn't sure, but added that it was the end of the line for her playing Mystique.

"It is my last one," Lawrence told the site in a video interview. No other details about her departure from the franchise were revealed.

Lawrence broke into the "X-Men" series in prequel flick "X-Men: First Class," portraying a younger version of the blue-skinned mutant. She reprised the role for 2014's "X-Men: Days of Future Past," and is set to play a major part in the plot of "Apocalypse."

Check out the full interview with Lawrence below. (Skip to the 3:25 mark for the "X-Men" talk.) "X-Men: Apocalypse" is due in theaters on May 27, 2016.

[via: MTV News]

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