Acting is not a job without risk. And Jennifer Lawrence will not be able to say the opposite. For a few weeks, the actress has been filming for Netflix where she gives the answer to Leonardo DiCaprio, Meryl Streep or Timothee Chalamet. And the young woman will have a hard time forgetting Don’t Look Up, in which she plays the role of half of a duo of astronomers who warn about a future disaster. Since November, the entire cast has been in Massachusetts to finish shooting this feature film. And this Friday, February 5, Jennifer Lawrence was very scared. According to information from Page Six, the actress was injured in the face by a glass explosion. “An explosion was set up for a waterfall in which the glass shatters, a source said. It was a waterfall in which the glass was supposed to shatter properly, but it hurt her.”
Injured near the eye, Jennifer Lawrence should recover without too many problems. But the mishap really shook the members of the film crew, who put her on hold until she was properly treated. According to the Boston Globe, the Hunger Games star was holding his face when paramedics arrived at the crash scene. More fear than harm for the actress. In this film written and directed by Adam McKay, the Oscar winner stars alongside Leonardo DiCaprio, Ariana Grande, Meryl Streep, Chris Evans, Cate Blanchett, Jonah Hill, Timothée Chalamet, Tyler Perry and Matthew Perry. In Don’t Look Up, she plays astronomer Kate Dibiasky, who tries to warn that an asteroid is dangerously approaching Earth. The feature film is expected to be uploaded to Netflix in 2021, but an official date has yet to be released.
Jennifer Lawrence: a daredevil
And this is really not the first time that Jennifer Lawrence is injured in the middle of filming. A few years ago, when she was playing in the second installment of the Hunger Games, the actress was very scared. For the purposes of the 75th edition of the Hunger Games, she had to perform several underwater stunts. “I was deaf for months … but other than that, this (the shooting, editor’s note) was not that difficult physically, confided Jennifer Lawrence in the columns of Vanity Fair. I just had problems of ear because of the diving, the water and everything. And in the scene where you jump into the water from the Horn of Plenty, my eardrum was punctured. ” Shortly before, she had broken a rib on the set of Mother, by Darren Aronofsky, after a hyperventilation attack.
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