November 1, 2015
Jennifer Lawrence Says She's Aging Like A President

Jennifer Lawrence, the extremely successful actress, told reporters that she's aging like a president. She said that it's due to her busy schedule, which includes acting in lots of Hollywood films.

Since Lawrence's lead role in The Hunger Games in 2012, she's been in twelve other films. While her acting career may be full of success, Jennifer Lawrence is apparently feeling the stress that comes along with a busy actress's life.

The 25-year-old star said that her whole world has changed since becoming famous.

"Now it's very easy for me because I'm isolated. I have a new normal now. I feel very stable, and normal, and happy, but it took a few years to get used to being looked at differently. It's kind of an alienating feeling."
She continued by explaining how she would cope with the different reactions from people.
"You don't feel different but everyone reacts to you differently. It was a few years of getting used to it. Then it was 'OK, let's get back to work' and people react and can do whatever they want. That's fine and it's on them. I have a job. That's how I think of it."
As People reported, Lawrence said that she purposely became a workaholic to show the world that she could do more than just The Hunger Games. Some other films that Jennifer has starred in include: Silver Linings Playbook, X-Men, Winter's Bone, and American Hustle.
"I try to keep working so people can see other characters and other things I can do instead of taking vacation time, and now I'm aging like a president,"
With such an extensive, and profitable filmography already, Lawrence's future is sure to be filled with many more successful movies.

Ms. Lawrence recently wrapped up working on the final installment of The Hunger Games series, Mockingjay Part 2. Yesterday Lawrence, along with her co-stars Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth, said goodbye to the incredibly popular film series.

The movie stars took part in a handprint ceremony at the TCL Chinese Theatre. They cemented their handprints and footprints into concrete and signed their names. as previously reported by the Inquisitr, during the ceremony Lawrence made a joke, while Hemsworth and Hutcherson were a bit more emotional.

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[Photo by Frazer Harrison / Getty Images]As reported by Variety, Lawrence opened by saying that she didn't know she had to make a speech at the ceremony. She continued by saying she was grateful and making a joke.
"I think I can say that on behalf of everyone here for the Hunger Games. I can't remember your names. I'm just kidding, I know your names. Anyway, Liam?"
Hemsworth was more serious and said that he was honored to be a part of The Hunger Games.
"I'm going to say to you guys that I'm honored to share it with you. Let's just be friends forever."
After the ceremony, Jennifer Lawrence spoke at a press conference where she was asked about her final moments playing the character Katniss. As E Online noted, the actress said that she had two endings with her character.
"I feel that I had two endings with Katniss. One when we wrapped the film in Berlin and that was kind of saying goodbye to the movie and then I had a moment with my nephews about a year later."
She continued
"They played my children in the scene that we shot so it was an amazing closure to this character that I've loved for so many years to have my family there, my blood family, I got to say goodbye to both."
[Photo by Kevin Winter / Getty Images]
[Photo by Kevin Winter / Getty Images]The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 hits theaters on November 20.

[Images by Kevin Winter/Getty Images.]