At just 25-years-old, Jennifer Lawrence, the delightfully awkward bombshell, has been a force to reckon with in two franchises (“X-Men.” “The Hunger Games”), won an Academy Award, been nominated for two others (not to mention a variety of other accolades), openly declared her love for Larry David, and spoken her mind on the topic of gender inequality. That’s quite a resume for a lifetime, let alone a mere six years since she received her first Oscar-nomination for the haunting indie “Winter’s Bone.”
And now, a tidbit to add to the infinite scroll of honors is this interview with Charlie Rose, the renowned journalist and talk-show host who has shot the breeze with some of the most notable actors and actresses in the business.
Lawrence and Rose discuss it all, from her humble beginnings, to the star-making relationship with director David O’Russell (including their recent collaboration "Joy"), to why she feels the audition process is awkward, to being labeled as a feminist. Forever headstrong, this is a fascinating watch for any Lawrence (or Rose) fan, as the two make for some inspirational conversation.