Jennifer Lawrence Needed the Kardashians to Survive a Movie

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Jennifer Lawrence Needed the Kardashians to Survive a Movie

You may not recognize Aronofsky, but you've certainly know his films. Having noticeably kept their distance on the red carpet, the duo were suddenly arm in arm at the NY screening and happy to.

Meanwhile, Jennifer recently revealed she thinks her boyfriend is a "brilliant" director. The 27-year-old kept a noticeable distance from the 48-year-old, but they finally made a decision to come together and pose for a few snaps while walking the red carpet at the NY screening.

The 27-year-old actress jokingly said she will "start making pots" during her free time. "I've been a fan of his for years".

Asked what makes the 48-year-old filmmaker so great, Jennifer said: "I mean, his point of view, his artistic uniqueness".

Jennifer said about taking a break: 'I'm taking one.

The assumption that if you throw enough ideas at the screen something will stick, allowing the audience to make of it what they will, doesn't wash, certainly not from a film-maker of Aronofsky's calibre.

In a narrative that seems to be in two parts, we begin with the appearance at the door one night of a mysterious, sickly surgeon (Ed Harris as "Man"), who claims to have mistaken the place for a B&B and needs a place to stay. "I was really shaken, and I thought "We've gone too far". "I think I'm just taking a little break". Did you hear that, how much they love me?' So I don't put any stock in it. Almost all of the frames in the film were head shots of Jennifer Lawrence's face or parts of her face which made it hard to figure out what was happening in the film. She says the role was a departure with a high degree of difficulty.

"I've been in relationships before where I am just confused", she told Vogue. I was like: we're going to shoot in East Detroit and East New York. "Because I hear the way they're talking about the Joker movie and that's exactly... that was my pitch".

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