Hollywood insiders are buzzing about the latest news surrounding Jennifer Lawrence, and some of the big winners are getting a big share of the headlines.
But one woman who won’t be getting as much attention is one of the most famous names in entertainment, Jennifer Lawrence.
She’s currently filming her first film, “The Hunger Girls,” in which she stars as the youngest sister of a young girl who’s being stalked by a boy in a gang.
Lawrence won the Oscar for best actress for “The Help” earlier this year.
But Lawrence is actually getting a lot of attention right now for something that’s not even her first time in the spotlight.
Last month, her movie was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
She was also nominated for best supporting actress for her performance in the film, which is directed by Oscar-winning screenwriter Joel and Ethan Coen.
“There’s a lot going on with me right now,” Lawrence said when asked about the nomination.
“I’m doing the best I can to make sure that I get the Oscar that I deserve.”
That’s good news for Lawrence, as she said she has a lot more film in her pipeline.
But she said the Oscar nominations are still a long way from her.
“I’m just a little sad,” Lawrence told the Hollywood Reporter.
“It’s not like I’ve won the Oscars before.
I think the Oscar is a pretty good indication of how people are feeling about you, but I’m still going to be trying to find a way to win that.”
In fact, the Oscar nomination will be the first of Lawrence’s career to go to someone who isn’t her longtime partner, Robert Pattinson.
“The Theory of Everything” director Steven Spielberg, who won for “Divergent” and “The Social Network,” will be on hand to accept the award for best picture, as will “The Wolf of Wall Street” director Martin Scorsese, who’s currently shooting “The Big Short.”
Lawrence has been nominated for her work in two other films this year: “The Artist” and the upcoming “The Danish Girl.”
She’s been nominated twice in the past for her role in “Thelma & Louise,” the 1993 animated feature starring Melissa Leo and John Goodman, and “Good Morning, Vietnam,” the 1989 biopic starring George Clooney.
“It’s a testament to her talents that she’s gotten nominated for a second time, and I can’t wait to see what happens next,” said the actress.
“She’s already won a few awards already.
It’s kind of fun.
I know I’m doing a good job.”
Law Lawrence said she was proud of the film “The Girl on the Train” in which her sister was the lead.
She said the film is also a testament for her own performance, as her sister’s relationship with the man who would become her father, Paul, is complicated.
“The film is so beautiful because it is so very authentic, because there’s such a tenderness and such a sincerity,” Lawrence explained.
“We had so much to do together, and we had to put it all in perspective, because it was very different.”
The Hunger Girl, which was released in June, is set to release on Nov. 1.