Jennifer Lawrence to take next year off


Academy award victor, Jennifer Lawrence created a stir by announcing that she is taking a year off and in her free time she will work towards motivating young people to focus on politics.

Jennifer Lawrence is picture flawless while posing for photographs at the photo call for her latest film Red Sparrow held at The Corinthia Hotel on Tuesday (February 20) in London, England.

Jennifer Lawrence may or may not be planning to put her acting career on hold to concentrate on political activism, depending on whom you believe.

Last Friday in an interview with Entertainment Tonight, she said: 'I'm going to take the next year off.

If Lawrence wants to fight corruption, she should look closer to home and do something about the widespread sexual abuse and pedophilia in Hollywood by creeps like her pal Harvey Weinstein. And according to her reps, she will be returning to work when her projects are ready to go. But the fact is I have been given a platform, and if I don't use it, then I don't deserve it'.

Actress Jennifer Lawrence, who plays a ballerina-turned-assassin in the upcoming thriller "Red Sparrow", who endures a "sadistic" training school in order to learn how to kill people.

Lawrence has been anything but nonpartisan in the past, once insisting, "If Donald Trump becomes president, that will be the end of the world", as Entertainment Weekly reported.

Liz, 52, has spoken about her now iconic dress, saying: "That dress was a favour from Versace because I couldn't afford to buy one". She said: "I would love to help pass a bundle of laws [against government corruption]".

The 27-year-old's sexy persona was a far departure from her conservative appearance at Sunday evening's BAFTA Awards.

Red Sparrow is released in United Kingdom cinemas 1 March 2018 and our crack team of agents Colin Hart and Scott Davis were secreted on the red carpet to conduct their covert interviews.