“Extra’s” Mario Lopez caught up with Jennifer Lawrence at “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1” Premiere in Los Angeles last night, where the actress discussed her fans breaking through barricades at her recent Letterman appearance, refusing to jump on the social media bandwagon and her new, very popular home and much more.
Jennifer laughed telling Mario, “I’ve been watching you all week, because I’ve been at a hotel and you’re on the ‘Extra’ when you turn the TV on… I could, like, totally play you in a movie. Is that a weird thing to say?”
“The Hunger Games” star explained how fans got a little out of control at her recent appearance on “Late Show with David Letterman.” Mario asked, “I have to imagine it gets a little scary sometimes. On Letterman I saw some people break through the barricades. Does that ever trip you up or do you know it comes with the territory?” Jennifer answered, “Yes, it comes with the territory. That’s why I have security. I felt bad. The guy was like ‘the barricade is weak.’ And I was like everybody is screaming and I feel so bad and I was like ‘I’ll do one more’ and I went and it broke. So I felt bad. I kept apologizing to him…I made his job harder.”
Mario asked, “Is it true you said you eat like a cave man but don’t like to workout?” Jennifer explained, “Cavemen are on a pretty lean diet… I eat like a truck driver, but I workout. I workout so I don’t have to worry about it.”
To the dismay of her fans, Jennifer is one of the few stars who has not joined the social media craze, explaining “I’m so bad about the phone anyway. I guess it’s a moral stand. I just don’t like being on my phone that much.”
Even though Jennifer is a fan of reality shows, she says, “I wouldn’t like a dude to want reality TV.”
As for what the actress has planned post her busy press tour, JLaw said,”I just moved into a house. I am in the middle of [decorating it.] It’s Ellen’s old house. It was Jessica Simpson’s old house. It’s like the neighborhood whore. I was outside and some girl was like ‘I grew up in this house.’ Beat it kid. Everybody’s lived in this house.”
“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1” opens in theaters November 21st.