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Jennifer Lawrence Agreed To Her No Hard Feelings Nude Scene For One Reason

In a different interview with People Magazine, Jennifer Lawrence echoed her comments about the wild nude scene in “No Hard Feelings.” According to her, she just went fot it: “I took a deep breath and then I disrobed,” 

As Andrew Barth Feldman said in the same interview, preparing to show everything on-screen is “definitely a weird and uncomfortable thing to do for any human being on the planet Earth,” but also said he didn’t worry. “But it was so incredibly safe,” Feldman clarified. “Everyone was so kind, constantly checking in that we were okay.” Feldman, apparently, also dove headfirst into the scene like Lawrence; as he revealed, “I never second guessed it. Much like everything in this movie, you just have to do it, and then it will be done.” (“Because you’re being forced to,” Lawrence quipped.)

Despite the totally out-there scene that required both Feldman and Lawrence to strip down, the former “Hunger Games” star and four time Academy Award nominee told Entertainment Weekly that director Gene Stupnitsky sold her on “No Hard Feelings” by reading a very real Craigslist ad upon which the script was ultimately based. When Stupnitsky and John Phillips eventually showed her the script she tells EW that it was “the funniest script I’ve ever read in my life.”

“I guess I like cringe humor,” Lawrence concluded. “I do like the idea of comedy that makes people uncomfortable. I love when people are watching through their hands, through their fingers. Nothing makes me happier.”

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