Anything that leaves Jennifer Lawrence's mouth pretty much becomes instantly iconic, and this month she's on the cover of Glamour magazine once again making the world fall in love with her. Here are some very important highlights.
Amy's always wanted to live on Martha's Vineyard, and we saw this house, and we're like, "This is where we're gonna Grey Gardens, and we're gonna grow old and crazy together." That's our life plan.
Chris Pratt is always in a good mood. We laugh all day…. He's like a chocolate Santa. He's just like if a dog came to life and was like, "I'm a great actor with a perfect face." And he's got the most lovely family. When I met Anna [Faris, Pratt's wife], I was like, "Go f--k yourselves." I mean that in the nicest possible way. They're like a Nicholas Sparks novel—just like, "Ewww! But I want it!" But he's also a great actor.
I feel a spark very, very rarely. And it's really only about spark for me. Not really anything else. I don't, like, date a lot. I don't meet a lot of guys who I want to go on a date with. I'll find a guy attractive maybe once a year. But I'm not a lonely person. Me not dating someone is not a lack of anything in any way. I feel completely fulfilled. Yes, when I spark with someone, it's exciting, but I definitely don't need that.
It isn't an attack on abortions; it's an attack on women. Because Planned Parenthood is so much more [than abortion]. My mom was really religious with me when I was young. She's not so much anymore. And I wouldn't have been able to get birth control if it weren't for Planned P. I wouldn't have been able to get condoms and birth control and all these things I needed as a normal teenager who was growing up in a Jesus house. I did [go to Planned Parenthood for those things]. And now [gestures widely] I am a successful woman who has not had a pregnancy.
[With Hunger Games] we broke the [movie with a solo female lead] record, and I didn't even realize. As women we don't know we're at a deficit because we have vaginas. It wasn't until they had a headline like, "Even though she's a woman!" And I was like, "Oh. I didn't know to be looking out for that." [Baby voice] "How did this wittle vagina manage that? I carried a whooole movie." [Laughs.] "How did I do it, getting a period once a month?"
'Slutty power lesbian.' That is literally what I say to a stylist. [Laughs.] I don't know if that's offensive. Dior is its own house that's very feminine and beautiful; this past press tour every dress was just phenomenal. So you don't see me as a slutty power lesbian on the red carpet a lot, because I'm embodying the Dior woman, which is an honor.… But [also] I've got tits and an ass. And there are things that are made for skinny people—like a lot of embroidery, or it covers a lot—and those make me look fat. I have to show the lumps. If you have boobs, you have to show, like, "These are boobs. This isn't cellulite." [Laughs.] Not that there's anything wrong with that.
We finished our first draft today. We gave birth today! Four months. Four months. I saw Trainwreck in July, and I emailed her. I just knew: "This bitch needs to write a movie for me." Well, I didn't know "with" at first. I emailed her and was like, "Write something for us." I've never done anything like that before. The next day she wrote back with a story line, which is unheard of. And now it's complete, and it's good! But it's definitely not a politically correct film. [Laughs.]