Jennifer Lawrence Reveals The Event That Left Her Feeling 'Completely Numb And Dead Inside'

Jennifer Lawrence has never been one to hold back, but some may think Ms. Lawrence was a little to forthright in her latest batch of interviews, which Jennifer participated in with her Mockingjay co-stars. Lawrence is known for her practical jokes and blunt humor at public events, sometimes resembling a female Andy Kaufman, so it may be difficult to tell when The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 actress is just pulling everyone's leg.

Jennifer Lawrence on Closing Out The Hunger Games Saga

Katniss Everdeen sits in President Snow's throne in 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part2.'
Katniss Everdeen sits in President Snow's throne in 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part2.' Image courtesy of Lionsgate.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay was shot as one immensely large project with both parts having been shot over a hectic 155-day shoot schedule and, as Entertainment Weekly reports, Mockingjay required film locations from Atlanta, Georgia, to Paris, France, and back to East Berlin for the final wrap. By the time filming closed out in East Berlin, Mockingjay leads, such as Ms. Lawrence herself, as well as Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth, were all weary and emotional.

"It was so emotional that I was completely numb and dead inside," says Jennifer Lawrence.

The Mockingjay stars reported that the experience of filming that last day, which included a final scene with Lawrence and Woody Harrelson, was odd in the way they all expressed how they felt in closing out The Hunger Games film franchise. As the scene wrapped, Hutcherson revealed that everyone congregated together on a set of steps, where the group silently hugged together.

"And then a week later we were all together and we thought, 'Was it weird that we got so dramatic,'" added Jennifer Lawrence.

Jennifer Lawrence Reveals More Than You Ever Wanted To Know

Jennifer Lawrence arrives at Rihanna's Private Met Gala After Party at Up & Down on May 4, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Daniel Zuchnik/Getty Images)
Jennifer Lawrence arrives at Rihanna's Private Met Gala After Party at Up & Down on May 4, 2015 in New York City. Photo by Daniel Zuchnik/Getty Images.

Either Jennifer is just joking, or she was the most revealing in this latest interview, telling anyone following her interviews just how she feels about public restroom etiquette. The Mirror reported that Jennifer Lawrence will choose to urinate in the sink basins rather than wait for a stall to be available for use.

"I've peed in some sinks," Lawrence admits. "When two girls go into a bathroom, someone's gotta take sink. I actually like taking a sink. One could wait, but if the one waiting is me, she's going to the sink."

The toilet talk didn't end there. Jennifer confessed even more unsanitary practices.

"I don't wash my hands after I go to the bathroom."

"And then she likes to put her hands over your face," added Liam Hemsworth.

"Josh, with the cricking of his neck and he does spit bubbles when he's thinking," retorted Jennifer, hoping that the spit bubbles might make everyone get the image of Lawrence urinating in public sinks out of their minds.

No such luck.

It seems like Ms. Lawrence is only trying to shock her fans, or was she? Or it may be that Jennifer is trying to show that she's not nearly as perfect as the media and her own fans try to imply, particularly since that is just the train of thought Ms. Lawrence recently expressed in a Vanity Fair interview.

"The whole world starts looking at you differently," The Hunger Games star said. "I remember getting really emotional just trying to get a coffee because I felt everywhere I looked, everybody was reacting and it made me feel alienated. All of a sudden, I didn't feel a part of humanity in this weird way."

Jennifer said that she responded to her new-found fame by surrounding herself with loyal friends whom Ms. Lawrence had known before the success of The Hunger Games film franchise. Still, Jennifer admits that she resents her loss of freedom. Lawrence says that actors and actresses don't deserve to be followed everywhere, have their emails hacked, and be photographed every time they leave their homes, just because they are public figures.

"I was so angry for a long time and now I feel like I just don't have the energy for that anymore," Ms. Lawrence says, as she explains trying to move past that anger. "I've got such a great life and such a great job. There are some s****y things that come along with it, but you know, whatever."

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 will premiere on November 20.

[Featured image: Jennifer Lawrence courtesy of Frazer Harrison/Getty Images]