Jennifer Lawrence has been in a battle to keep her new movie, Gravity, a success.
The Oscar-nominated actress is the star of the film, which she co-wrote with Chris Columbus and John Hughes.
The movie is scheduled to hit theaters in early December.
In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Lawrence explained how she’s trying to make a movie that’s “not about the weather” and “doesn’t feel like an old movie.”
“I have a lot of fun making movies,” she said.
“I love doing these movies.
I love doing them in the summer.
And I think a lot about this stuff in the middle of summer.”
Lawrence said she’s had to “take a lot” of risks to make the movie work.
“And to do a movie, I have to take a lot,” she continued.
“A lot of stuff that goes on in my life, you don’t have to make it.
I don’t make a lot.
And sometimes I’m like, ‘Oh, I’m going to take this risk.’
And that’s how I got the movie.
And it was such a risky movie.
But I think people see it, and they’re like, yeah, it’s cool.”
The movie was initially scheduled to premiere on May 3, but Lawrence postponed the release to May 10 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
“It’s kind of funny because it was going to be a surprise,” she told the magazine.
“But I knew the date and it was just going to surprise people.”
Lawrence is in her first big movie role since her breakout role in 2013’s Wonder Woman, which won her the Academy Award for Best Actress.
“Gravity” has been criticized for being too “battly,” and critics have called it one of the worst films of 2017.
The film was also criticised for a scene in which Lawrence, who was cast as the lead role, wore a mask while in the film’s climactic scene.
The actress said she has learned a lot from the experience.
“This is my favorite movie of all time,” she laughed.
“There’s something about doing a movie and just being completely in control of it.
You know, it feels like you’re in the room and it’s really you, and it feels a lot better.”
Lawrence’s latest movie, The Imitation Game, is due out in January.