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Jennifer is being featured on the cover of the September 2010 issue of W Magazine along with Greta Gerwig and Yaya Dacosta. The women are featured Young Actresses in an article titled “The Brave Ones” along with Zoe Kravitz, Emma Roberts, Jessica Chastain, Kat Dennings, and Mary Elizabeth Winstead.

In the article W magazine gives a look into the life of Jennifer Lawrence. They describe her home in Santa Monica, CA and move on to discuss acting talent and how the industry tries to type-cast everyone. They then go on to describe how Jennifer started in the business, of course you already know that if you’ve visited Jennifer Lawrence’s Biography.

After W goes through some of Jennifer Lawrence’s acting history they finally give us some new information. In one of Jennifer’s upcoming as-of-yet un-named movies she will have to sing. They say the director Mark Tonderai is going to have Lawrence meet with songwriters to tailor a song to fit her character perfectly. Jennifer said “I hardly ever get nervous, and I’m nervous about singing.” The songwriters Claudia Sarne & Leopold Ross wrote a series of folk/soft-rock songs to fit Jennifer’s character.

Jennifer also revealed that she auditioned for the movie Lie Down in Darkness, which is based on the William Styron novel, in which she’d play a doomed Southern belle. Jennifer said “I am obsessed with that part,” she said. “I have this feeling of protectiveness over characters I want to play. I worry about them—if someone else gets the part, I’m afraid they won’t do it right; they’ll make the character a victim or they’ll make her a villain or they’ll just get it wrong somehow.” Lawrence paused. “I’m trying to write the director of Lie Down in Darkness a letter to convince him that I should be in his movie. I’ll chase him if I have to. I’ll sit outside his house.” She laughed. “I’m beside myself over that script. When I get like that, anything’s possible.” If we know Jennifer we expect her to land this role just as she did Winter’s Bone.

They also talk about Jennifer’s upcoming role in the X-men: First Class movie. Jennifer said she almost didn’t take the role, but she read the script and decided that she found the character to be well written. Lawrence commented “I wouldn’t do X-Men if I didn’t find the character interesting.”

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