Jennifer Lawrence Compares 'Hunger Games' to Reality TV

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Jennifer Lawrence opens up to PARADE magazine about all the attention and hype surrounding her new movie The Hunger Games has been receiving prior to its release, and how it compares to the lives been led under the eye of reality TV.

"The books hold up a terrible kind of mirror: This is what our society could be like if we became desensitized to trauma and to each other’s pain,” Jennifer says on why so many people relate to The Hunger Games books.

Do you agree with Jen? Sound off in the comments. 

How has this newfound fame changed the Oscar nominee? “I’ve never played a part this famous. It’s insane to get recognized from a movie that hasn’t been released yet. That’s just bizarre. And scary,” Jennifer confessed.

The cast has been walking the red carpet all week for the premiere of the highly anticipated film that is set to hit theaters March 23.  Jenn reveals she is slightly nervous for the big opening day!

“I’m always nervous. I always think this is going to be the end of my career. I’m going to have to go back to school and nobody’s ever going to want to see me again.” 

For more from Jennifer, check out this week's PARADE Magazine, and for more from the cast, check out the video below:



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  • Ergonomic

    Undeniably consider that that you said. Your favorite reason appeared to be on the net the simplest thing to take note of. I say to you, I definitely get annoyed while other folks consider issues that they just do not realize about. You managed to hit the nail upon the highest and outlined out the entire thing with no need side-effects , people could take a signal. Will probably be again to get more. Thank you

  • Lauren

    I think she does -- she's beautiful, talented, funny, and intelligent. But why it matters to you doesn't make sense to me.

  • sam

    Jennifer is a very level headed young woman and good actress. I see her going far in the business. And she'll do it on her own terms--without being on some famous guy's arm or "pretending" not to be with some famous guy (leaking hook ups to the tabs and then denying it) to get attention. I have great respect for her. Good speaking voice, too.

  • Angela

    Who said anything about sex appeal? Jennifer is talking about how the Hunger Games books relate to today society and humanity in general

  • Darrin Cothran
    Darrin Cothran

    Sorry. She doesn't make me want to go to the theater to see this movie. Rent it maybe.

  • Jeff

    Is she supposed to? No. But should she to you just because she is a woman? Yes. Get out of the 1950s. And maybe lose your v-card first.

  • Anonymous

    She has zero sex appeal.