Jennifer Lawrence stunned at Comic-Con International. The Hunger Games actress lit up the room 24/7, from parties to panels, by donning mini frocks that did justice to her lustrous legs, reported Us Weekly.
Choosing a dark blue dress for the first day, the 24-year-old star of X-Men: Apocalypse flaunted her figure by flashing the frock’s slit that bared her legs daringly high. That evening, Jennifer became a quick-change artist in a tightly clinging pure white mini that had a sky-high hemline, accentuated with metal heels.
Lawrence currently is promoting The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2, but her bodacious body got all the attention at Comic-Con, reported E News.
On a previous panel, Jennifer joined Liam Hemsworth, 25, and Josh Hutcherson, 22, to promote the latest trailer for their film. Lawrence, flaunting her figure in a black halter dress, chatted with moderator Conan O’Brien.
Then for discussing X-Men: Apocalypse, Jennifer even took the focus away from the iconic Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee by baring her body in a nearly-see-through jumpsuit.
Lawrence also has gotten attention recently for slamming those who engage in fat-shaming and negative comments about body image, reported Time.
“Once you get to a certain place, people will hire you,” asserted Jennifer during her Comic-Con appearance.
After opening up in the past about how producers advised her to shed pounds in order to get better roles, as well as dishing on her diet, Lawrence revealed that she hopes Hollywood will stop commenting about her body.
As the last of the beloved Hunger Games franchise series hits, Jennifer responded when the men on the panel joshed about Lawrence’s odds for getting more superhero roles at the age of 24.
“Um—well that’s risky. I’m trying this new thing where I have a filter. And right now I’m dancing on, well, this could blow people’s hair back—in a good way—or it could also be my last time at Comic-Con. I would hope that there are more opportunities for women,” said the actress.
Jennifer then addressed the topic of her weight.
“I had a conversation with somebody about the struggles with weight in the industry—I know that’s something I talk nonstop about. And they were saying, ‘All of the main movie stars aren’t very underweight.’ I said, ‘Yeah, because once you get to a certain place, people will hire you. They just want you to be in the movie, so they don’t care.’ “
For Lawrence, the success of the Hunger Games and X-Men have made a difference.
As the Inquisitr reported, Melissa Benoist also appeared at Comic-Con. The Supergirl actress revealed that she hopes her new superhero role will give her chance to show the femininity of an action hero, as well.
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