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‘It got here out fallacious!’ Jennifer Lawrence WALKS BACK on claiming she was first female motion hero

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‘It got here out fallacious!’ Jennifer Lawrence WALKS BACK on claiming she was first female motion hero

Jennifer Lawrence is clarifying her recent claim that she was the first-ever woman to be solid because the lead of an motion movie despite the likes of Sigourney Weaver and Angelina Jolie heading franchises long before her.

In an announcement to THR, the Academy Award-winner said her remark ‘got here out fallacious’ and that meant to precise how ‘good it feels’ to be feminine force in a male dominated genre.

‘That is definitely not what I meant to say in any respect. I do know that I’m not the one woman who has ever led an motion film,’ began Jennifer, who famously played female protagonist Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games (2012).

Walking it back: Jennifer Lawrence is clarifying her recent claim that she was the first-ever woman to be solid because the lead of an motion movie despite the likes of Sigourney Weaver and Angelina Jolie heading franchises long before her; Jennifer seen in November

‘What I meant to emphasise was how good it feels. And I meant that with Viola — to blow past these old myths that you just hear about … in regards to the chatter that you just would hear around that type of thing.

‘However it was my blunder and it got here out fallacious. I had nerves talking to a living legend,’ Jennifer concluded.

She originally made the bizarre claim during a sit-down with fellow Oscar winner Viola Davis as a part of Variety’s Actors on Actors series, which was released earlier this week.

The mother-of-one, who went on to play Katniss in 4 movies, revealed that executives were concerned that boys ‘would not find a way to discover’ with a female lead.

Feels good: In a statement to THR , the Academy Award-winner said her remark 'came out wrong' and that meant to express how 'good it feels' to be feminine force in a male dominated genre. She was referring to her career-making role as Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games films

Feels good: In an announcement to THR , the Academy Award-winner said her remark ‘got here out fallacious’ and that meant to precise how ‘good it feels’ to be feminine force in a male dominated genre. She was referring to her career-making role as Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games movies

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