Jennifer Lawrence seems like the kind of woman who just woke up in girl boss mode. But it turns out it took her a while to find her voice.
Talking with Vanity Fair, she explained,
“I feel like something really clicked when I was 25. It’s not as scary to say what you mean anymore. Remember how scary that used to be? Like ‘What if they think I’m mad at them?’ Now it’s like ‘They better think I’m mad!’”
Her Passengers co-star Chris Pratt is certainly one who can attest to that fact.
“Jen is really tuned in to her emotions. If she’s mad, she’ll let you know. She is very clear in her communication. I found it startlingly refreshing. It’s nice to work with somebody and know exactly where they stand. She’s a boss. It’s pretty awesome.”
Since finding her footing, Jen has written the now-infamous Lenny Letter essay in which she slams the wage-gap in Hollywood.
“I’m over trying to find the ‘adorable’ way to state my opinion and still be likable! Fuck that.”