Jennifer Lawrence says filming with Leo DiCaprio was ‘hell’

Hell hath no fury like Jennifer Lawrence scorned.

The 31-year-old Oscar winner has discovered herself back again in the highlight, as she’s starring in the approaching Netflix movie “Don’t Look Up.”

Lawrence not too long ago uncovered why filming the Adam McKay black comedy — especially with co-stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Timothée Chalamet — was pure and utter “hell.”

“It was the most bothersome day in my daily life,” the “Hunger Games” star instructed Stephen Colbert through a chat on his eponymous communicate exhibit on Monday.

The working day in question was a scene that DiCaprio, 47, and Chalamet, 25, were filming with Lawrence in a automobile. “They drove me nuts that working day,” she said.

“It was the most annoying day in my lifestyle,” Jennifer Lawrence explained of filming a specific automobile scene with Leonardo DiCaprio and Timothée Chalamet.
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“I really do not know what it was,” the mom-to-be ongoing. “Timothée was just psyched to be out of the dwelling [after the pandemic lockdown]. I imagine it was, like, his initial scene. And Leo experienced picked the song that was enjoying in the auto and was just, like, ‘You know, this tune was about, you know, blah, blah, blah.’ ”

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“Timothée [Chalamet] was just energized to be out of the home,” Jennifer Lawrence joked in the course of a current interview on “The Late Clearly show with Stephen Colbert.”
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The “Silver Linings Playbook” actress pointed out, “I just recall becoming in complete distress that working day. It was hell.”

Nonetheless, despite her frustrations with her two male co-stars, Lawrence admitted it was “cool” to shoot with DiCaprio, Chalamet, as properly as other castmates Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill, Tyler Perry and Chris Evans.

Jennifer Lawrence in Don't Look Up
“Don’t Look Up” is due in decide on theaters Dec. 10, and on Netflix Dec. 24.
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“Don’t Look Up” debuts in selects theaters on Dec. 10, and Netflix on Dec. 24. The satire facilities on two very low-degree astronomers (DiCaprio and Lawrence) as they attempt to warn environment leaders of an asteroid on course to wipe out Earth.

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The ensemble sci-fi black comedy also stars Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill, Ariana Grande, Kid Cudi, Mark Rylance, Chris Evans and Tyler Perry.
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Lawrence’s visual appearance on “The Late Exhibit with Stephen Colbert” marks her initially considering that 2019. Elsewhere in the job interview, she opened up about her time absent from the limelight.

“I think the items I learned are so deep and profound … that I really do not want to inform you,” she explained. “I signify, it was actually good.”

The Kentucky indigenous, who is anticipating her very first boy or girl up coming calendar year with spouse Cooke Maroney, confessed her time off was a welcomed hiatus from Hollywood. “I’ve normally uncovered consolation in a program and undertaking some thing and staying somewhere, and just sort of the comfort and ease of becoming on set where the environment is 1 matter and incredibly organized.”

Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio are starring in director Adam McKay’s impending Netflix comedy movie, “Don’t Glimpse Up.”
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“I consider coming out of the ‘Hunger Games’ and all of that, it was nice. I took a break and no one really cared and it was silent,” she reported. “I obtained to truly feel like I could develop into a portion of the planet yet again without the need of fanfare. Literal fanfare.”