It’s been a few slow years for Jennifer Lawrence. After taking on roles left and right, the Oscar-winning actress has slowed down a bit in recent years, reserving more time for herself and her own mental well-being. Fortunately for us, it seems that the Don’t look up star is getting back into the game in a big way. An incredible talent in every genre she enters, Lawrence has three projects on the table, one of which is set to release this week. AppleTV+ and Lila Neugebauerit is PTSD-centric drama Pavement lands on the platform this Friday, November 4, marking Lawrence’s return to the craft. As for the other two projects, little information has been released. However, thanks to the New York Times reporter Kyle Buchananwe have a clearer overview of the evolution of these two other productions.
Taking to Twitter to share information with his readers, Buchanan spilled tea on the two Gene Stupnitskythe comedy No strong emotions and Lynne Ramsaythe drama, Die, my love. Lawrence should play in Ramsay’s Die, my lovewhich draws its history from Ariana Harwicz book of the same name. “It reads like Sylvia Plath,” Lawrence explains, “especially because it’s about a woman suffering postpartum and cycling in madness,” casually adding that Martin Scorsese will serve as producer on the film.
If the script closely follows the book, we can expect to see the tale set along the French countryside where, as revealed by Lawrence, a woman comes to the end of her rope as she faces the darkness that inhabits her while being supported by an incredibly loving family. At this time, no further casting announcements have been made around the set for Die, my love.
On another post, accompanied by a photo of the dark phoenix star and her co-lead, Andrew Barth Feldman, Buchanan shared a quote from Lawrence on what fans can expect from the upcoming feature film. Praising the screenplay as “the funniest screenplay [she’s] never read,” Lawrence let the audience in on the plot that has otherwise been kept under wraps. The synopsis begins innocently enough with Lawrence revealing that the story is “based on a Craigslist ad from 2007 where a mother searches for a young girl to date her son before he goes to college to boost his confidence.” What looks like a mother trying to do her best quickly goes south as Lawrence explains: “My character needs a car, and the reward is a car, so I basically have to fuck this kid ASAP. possible to get the car.” Feldman will play the 19-year-old character Lawrence has to date in the film.
Continuing to congratulate his young co-star, Lawrence says that working alongside Feldman (who once held the title role in Broadway’s Dear Evan Hansen), amounted to “making a scene with Christian Balebecause of the improv work the two were able to do. A stacked cast, we know Lawrence and Feldman will star alongside a call sheet including Nathalie Morales, Scott MacArthur, Matthew Broderick, Laura Benantiand Ebon Moss-Bachrach.
With so many projects on the way, it looks like 2023 will be the year of Lawrence’s big return to the big screen. Right now, No strong emotions is planned for a release date of June 16, 2023, while Die, my love has not yet announced a release window. You can check out Buchanan’s tweets below and keep scrolling to see a trailer for Lawrence’s first of many screen returns in Pavement.
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