Jennifer Lawrence stuns in a chic backness gray combo as she promotes new movie No Hard Feelings in London
Jennifer Lawrence made a chic figure when she promoted her new film No Hard Feelings in London on Monday.
The actress, 32, looked stunning in a gray pairing with a draped backless top with a quirky asymmetrical hemline.
Jennifer also showed off her toned arms in the ensemble which she completed with matching wide-leg pants.
Protecting her eyes behind oval shades, the stunner wore simple make-up and styled her long blonde locks loose.
She chose simple accessories, with a red round necklace, black heels and a matching clutch.
Chic: Jennifer Lawrence, 32, looked chic as she advertised her new movie No Hard Feelings in London on Monday
Glam: The actress looked stunning in a gray co-ord with a draped backless top with a quirky asymmetrical hemline
Jennifer is gearing up for the release of her raucous new comedy, in which she plays a penniless woman who tries to seduce a 19-year-old boy for a fee.
Jennifer’s character Maddie is in such a dire financial situation that she is about to lose her late mother’s house.
She puts herself at the mercy of a pair of wealthy New Age “helicopter parents” played by Broadway stars Laura Benanti and Matthew Broderick.
Percy (Andrew Feldman), their nerdy teenage son, is about to go to college and has been coddled all his life, never breaking the rules.
The couple offer Maddie a car in exchange for a heavyweight favor – she must seduce Percy before he leaves for Princeton.
No Hard Feelings then embarks on her increasingly desperate attempts to get Percy into bed, including an all-night skinny dipping excursion, taking him out to drink underage, and even playfully attempting to kidnap him.
Helmed by Good Boys director Gene Stupnitsky, No Hard Feelings is set for a June 23 release.
Gorgeous: Jennifer also flashed her toned arms in the look which she completed with matching wide-leg pants
Back on screen: Jennifer gears up for the release of her raucous new comedy, playing a penniless woman who tries to seduce a 19-year-old boy for a fee (Jennifer pictured in the movie with co-star Andrew Feldman)
Her performance comes after she opened up about the ways that becoming a mom has changed her plans for the future, as the star admitted she didn’t expect to be pursuing a directing career anytime soon.
The actress welcomed one-year-old son Cy in 2022 with husband Cooke Maroney, 38, and she made it clear that focusing on her family was her top priority in a new interview.
During an interview on Good Morning America on Monday, the Hunger Games actress explained how her hopes of directing a feature film had changed in recent years.
“I used to think that (I would direct). Now I’m just so tired and it just looks so hard,” she said.
Back to work: Her appearance comes after she opened up about the ways becoming a mom has changed her plans for the future, as the star admitted she didn’t expect to be pursuing a directing career anytime soon
However, the actress is still working hard in front of the camera and behind the scenes after starring and producing her upcoming comedy, No Hard Feelings.
Reflecting on her experience as a producer, she told GMA host George Stephanopoulos, “It’s good. It’s busy but focused and streamlined. I don’t take anything that I can’t personally read and take notes on every version.”
The actress admitted that she didn’t even plan to return to acting once she did after giving birth, but the quality of the comedy’s script pushed her to make her Hollywood comeback.
“I just had a baby and had no plans to work for a long time,” she began. “But I’ve read the script. It was the funniest thing I’d ever read.’