We’re dying to see ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1,’ especially after learning that there was a scene that brought JLaw to tears while filming. And, we don’t really blame her!
Similar to her character, Katniss Everdeen, Jennifer Lawrence, 24, is one tough cookie! However The Hunger Games heroine showed off her sensitive side when the film’s director, Francis Lawrence, had a special request for the Oscar winning actress!
Jennifer Lawrence Cried During ‘Mockingjay’
As the The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1 quickly approaches, we have another major reason to catch the movie on opening day: Jennifer Lawrence sings!
But before we start confusing JLaw with JLo, Mockingjay director, Francis Lawrence, set the record straight — Jennifer was anxious about singing!
In fact, the typically tough as nails actress cried before being forced to sing in the movie’s Hanging Tree Scene reports RadioTimes.com.
“She hated me for making her do it,” explained Francis in his Radio Times interview.
Jennifer apparently dreaded her musical debut! “She’d probably tell you it was her least favorite day,” confirmed Francis.
Evidently, like her Katniss Everdeen, Jennifer feels more at ease with a bow and arrow instead letting down her guard.
Nevertheless, Francis says the actress killed it! With a vocal coach and writing from The Lumineers, the multifaceted actress will surely serenade fans with the beautiful ‘Hanging Tree’ ballad!
Jennifer Lawrence Dazzles In Dior
Meanwhile, from Jennifer’s singing to her style, her natural beauty is undeniable!
Jennifer looked gorgeous and glowing in a pale blue quilted Dior dress at the The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 premiere in London, England on November 10.
The no fuss beauty wore her hair back, keeping the focus on the sleeveless frock — and she looked simply radiant! Kohl-rimmed eyes added to the drama of the ensemble, as she kept her hair off her face with a headband.
Whether it’s music or serving as Dior’s muse, it seems like there is nothing that the Mockingjay star can’t master!
— Jordyn Shaffer