Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence wants to take care of politics. He explained that he would give cinema a break for a few years.
Jennifer Lawrence, who won the Oscar in 2013 for her role in the movie “Silver Linings Playbook,” said she did not want to play any role in 2018 and 2019.
As a justification for his decision, the 27-year-old successful actress, who indicated his desire to spend more time on politics and activism, said, “I will work for youth participation in politics at the local level: I do not need to be part of the province for this to happen.
However, the New York Post quotes Jennifer Lawrence publicist as saying she’ll, “resume her acting work as soon as one of a number of in-development movies is ready to start shooting. Among those is a biopic about famed Jazz Age socialite Zelda Fitzgerald, directed by Ron Howard.”
This is not the first time Lawrence has threatened to step away from acting. After she wrapped the Hunger Games series, she swore she would “turn the phone off for a year.” says the newspaper.
And last September, she told on the Today show that she was taking a break and didn’t have a movie scheduled “for two years.”