Published: Fri, March 02, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Laurence Reese

Jennifer Lawrence: 'Failing THIS audition KILLED me!' Guess which film?

Jennifer Lawrence: 'Failing THIS audition KILLED me!' Guess which film?

However, Jennifer has since come to realise she wouldn't have been a great fit for the role after watching Mia's performance when the film came out.

On Wednesday, the Red Sparrow actress spilt the beans on her personal and professional life on The Howard Stern Show, admitting that while she's now not dating anyone, it's unlikely she'll be having casual sex either.

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The franchise the Lawrence did land, as we all know, was Hunger Games, and Lawrence said that she feared she'd be type cast after getting the part. She also talked about auditioning for Twilight, saying, "I didn't really know what it was", she said, laughing.

Stern asked if she was jealous to lose the part, and she said no.

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"Emma Stone and I had this conversation once, 'cause we used to always audition for the same thing", Lawrence detailed to Entertainment Tonight. Which now seems silly, because our careers are so different. "I can't imagine him being sexual", she responded, adding, "I don't know about the Ryan Seacrest thing". "She got one thing that I was dying for, but the one thing that really killed me - the only time I've ever been truly devastated by losing an audition - was Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland". Lawrence did go see the 2010 film, and called Wasikowska "perfect and amazing" as Alice.

Lawrence has been acclaimed by multiple award-giving bodies, but even so, fans should well know that their idol is just human who gets hurt, especially when it comes to a casting role she wanted to get so bad.

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This week, Lawrence has opened up about the scenes of nudity in new movie Red Sparrow, admitting that they were an "actual nightmare".

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