Jennifer Lawrence told how he lost the role in the famous film


Jennifer Lawrence told how he lost the role in the famous film

Jennifer Lawrence has one role that she was "devastated" she didn't manage to land, namely the lead role of Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland. Early in her career, however, she still had to go through the drudgery of auditions.

These days filmmakers would jump at the chance to have Jennifer Lawrence in their film without question.

Of her missing the role in the 2010 film Alice in Wonderland, "That one devastated me".

Actress Jennifer Lawrence, whose acting graph in Hollywood has always been enviable so far, recently confessed that she still feels "devastated" because not getting the role, which apparently went to an Australian actress Mia Wasikowska.

Wasikowska reprised her role as Alice in the 2016 sequel Alice Through the Looking Glass, directed by James Bobin.

Jennifer Lawrence covered a wide range of topics during her visit with Howard Stern.

Apparently, Lawrence aimed to be in Twilight, a romance fantasy film about a human and a vampire who had to endure all the consequences of their love for each other.

Months after Jennifer Lawrence and director Darren Aronofsky called time on their relationship, the actress has opened up about her current relationship status and the matter of casual sex. One was Twilight, which the actress doesn't seem too upset about losing. "I get to act and I'm not famous, '" she said.

"When you audition [as] a run of the mill actor, you just get like five pages and they're like, "Act, monkey", she explained.

While it's hard to believe the Oscar victor ever had trouble landing roles, she reminisced on the day she auditioned and was rejected for the mega popular Twilight series: "I didn't really know what it was". "She was flawless and wonderful", Lawrence gushed, admitting, "I couldn't have had a British accent (sic)".

She said of The Hunger Games, "I knew it was gonna be a life-changer, and the other fear was only being known for that character".



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