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A photographer from an acting and modeling agency approached her and her mother on the street and asked to take her photo, which led to an offer for a modeling contract, which she, in turn, only agreed to sign after being assured that the agency would also help her to pursue acting opportunities.The agency agreed and, by the end of that summer, without having ever had any formal training, she had landed her first job, on the TBS sitcom , which led to her relocation to Los Angeles.It was happening minute-to-minute — it was almost like a ransom situation where they were releasing new ones every hour or so.And, I don't know, I feel like I got gang-banged by the fucking planet — like, there's not one person in the world that is not capable of seeing these intimate photos of me.This is the largest known list of its kind, so Enjoy!One of the biggest stars in Hollywood opens up about the evolution of her career and feelings about celebrity, the phone hack that left her feeling "gang-banged by the f—ing planet" and her work with Darren Aronofsky on the most grueling and controversial movie of her career ("I kind of made it and broke it").On the other hand, she realizes, her performance, which so conflicts with her previously established screen persona, might have made it harder for audiences to digest the movie."I think people saw me being soft-spoken and meek and they hated it," she says with characteristic frankness, adding with a laugh, "They were like, ' I like her better when she’s Katniss!
"My entire life changed overnight," she says, noting that flocks of paparazzi began camping outside of her home and following her everywhere.
"I kind of made it and broke it," Lawrence submits.
On the one hand, it's almost impossible to imagine that such an extreme film would ever have gotten made at a major studio like Paramount in 2017 without her participation.
' And then I met a girl who had been burned all over her body.
She said — this will still make me cry () — she said that when she read these books, she finally felt proud to be 'the girl on fire.' She owned it and she was proud of it and she didn’t feel embarrassed anymore and it changed the way that she looked at herself.' And that was the first time that I realized that — it's so simple and it's something I love doing, but — [celebrity] can actually help people, important people.
"It went on for three years," Lawrence says of the show, "and it was actually the most amazing gift because [during it] I could afford to say no to things.