Last August, Jennifer Lawrence told the New York Times she and Amy Schumer were writing a movie together. At the time, Lawrence only revealed that the duo had about 100 pages written. What about? No idea, until now.
While promoting the final chapter of “The Hunger Games” (which in case you’re living under a rock, comes out November 20), Lawrence gave some details about their characters to Entertainment Tonight. She told the publication, “Amy, in this movie, she has it very together. It’s her lifelong dream to be a flight attendant. She works at the airport,” As for her own character, “And I’m a MESS.” Would we want it any other way?
The writing process has been seemingly easy for the two women. Lawrence also told the publication she and Shumer have “gotten through a really strenuous process without ever fighting, because we’re both very straightforward.” She does admit though that their similar sense of humor and fearlessness could lead to one problem: “… I don’t know what our movie will be rated.”
There’s no doubt the film will be a comedy. “It’s funny, it’s dirty, it’s real. It’s like us,” she told Access Hollywood. But what about any leading men? Maybe, but doesn’t seem like the film will contain much romance. To Extra, she said, “There’s not really a lot of [male characters] in the story. It’s mostly just me and Amy.”
We’re already sold J.Law.