Jennifer Lawrence on Why She Disappeared, Marriage, and Keeping Her Baby's Life Private

To promote Don't Look Up, Jennifer Lawrence gave her first major magazine interview in years to Vanity Fair. 

The actress, who is expecting her first child with husband Cooke Maroney, spoke openly about her new public life limitations.

She said she wouldn't talk about her pregnancy or child for her baby's sake and the couple's privacy.

“If someone at a dinner party said, ‘Oh, my God, you’re expecting a baby,’ I wouldn’t say, ‘God, I can’t talk about that. "Get away from me, psycho!" she said. 

But every impulse in my body wants to preserve their privacy for life. No one should feel accepted in their existence. I think that starts with not including them in this aspect of my work.”

Lawrence also pondered on her decision to take a two-year vacation from acting in September 2017, following seven years of back-to-back films.

I was lifeless. She decided to buy one. “The set had become a great escape because of the extreme attention on me. Everyone behaves normally. It's not like people gasp when you enter hair and cosmetics.

You tire. I asked myself, "Am I saying yes because I want to work tomorrow?" "Am I doing this to make this movie?" She said it takes time to adjust to not having security. 

Since The Hunger Games, I had a security guard or comfort thing in case I walked into a restaurant and everyone went, ‘Oh, God!’ Just for my baseline anxiety.”

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