So, here's the thing, guys. Jennifer Lawrence just spilled some tea in an interview with The New York Times, and it involves none other than our favorite singing sensation, Adele! Apparently, Adele gave Jennifer a heads up and warned her about starring in the 2016 space romance drama "Passengers." Yep, you heard that right.
Now, let me set the scene for you. Picture Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Pratt, and director Morten Tyldum working together on this movie. It's supposed to be this epic love story set in space. But here's the kicker - it turned out to be one of Jennifer's biggest critical bombs ever. Ouch! I can only imagine how she must have felt.
In the interview, Jennifer spilled the beans and said, "I was like, 'Oh no, you guys are here because I'm here, and I'm here because you're here. Wait, who decided that this was a good movie?'" Can you blame her for being a little confused?
But here's where Adele swoops in like a superhero friend. According to Jennifer, Adele had warned her not to do the movie. Why? Well, Adele apparently said, "I feel like space movies are the new vampire movies." Oh, Adele, you were onto something there!
Now, "Passengers" is about Jennifer and Chris Pratt playing two people who wake up too early from their hibernation aboard a spaceship. It's all about their relationship and the struggles they face. Jennifer has already admitted that it wasn't her best work and that she was disappointed with the outcome.
But hey, let's not dwell on the past! Jennifer Lawrence is back, baby! After taking a much-needed break, she returned to the screen in Adam McKay's star-studded Netflix movie "Don't Look Up." And guess what? She's also starring in an intimate drama called "Causeway," which debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival.
So, lesson learned, folks. Sometimes, it's good to listen to your friends' advice, even if they're Grammy-winning Superstars. And let's give Jennifer Lawrence a round of applause for bouncing back and reminding us why she's one of the best in the business. Keep slaying, Jennifer!