Jennifer Lawrence ends the acting break to show the unprecedented film
Jennifer Lawrence will return to the white screen.
The A-list actress, 28, heads a film for IAC FILMS and A24 with theater director Lila Neugebauer at the helm for the project for her first feature film, with Elizabeth Sanders writing the script, The Wrap reported.
The Oscar-winning Silver Linings Playbook star is a producer of the project, along with Scott Rudin, Eli Bush and Justine Polsky.
Soon: Jennifer Lawrence, 28, will head a film for IAC FILMS and A24 with theater director Lila Neugebauer at the helm for the project for her first feature film with Elizabeth Sanders who wrote the script. The star was caught in Paris in February
The main photography starts in about two months with the film in New Orleans.
Neugebauer & # 39; s star is rising with a number of feted Broadway and off-Broadway productions under its belt, including 2018 & # 39; s rendition of The Waverly Gallery by Kenneth Lonergan with Elaine May and Lucas Hedges in the lead.
Lawrence & # 39; s last theatrical release was Red Sparrow from 2018 and she is scheduled to appear in this summer's Dark Phoenix alongside Sophie Turner, James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender.
The star of The Hunger Games told Entertainment Tonight in February 2018 that she intended to take time off to focus on activism.
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& # 39; I will take the following year off, & # 39; she said. & # 39; I am going to work with this organization as part of Represent.Us … try to get young people politically involved at the local level. & # 39;
The actress said her efforts were not focused on one party or the other, but she felt she was of the utmost importance.
& # 39; It's just anti-corruption and trying to enforce state-by-state laws that can help prevent corruption, restore our democracy.
The Kentucky-born beauty was involved in the Women's March last year, later she took the social media to say she was in solidarity with women's rights, equal pay, DACA, CHIP & # 39 ;
At the helm: theater director Lila Neugebauer directs the film