Jennifer Lawrence is on the cover of the February issue of Vanity Fair, and in the accompanying interview, she talks about being a nomad, the loss of her privacy, and maintaining balance in her career.
When talking about looking to buy a house, she says, “I’m a nomad. I just looked in New York and I was looking in LA and I can’t figure out where I want to live.” On maintain balance in her career, she says, “I love filmmaking. I love acting but I don’t feel married to just being in front of the camera.”
She also speaks about how she can relate to her Hunger Games character amidst the loss of her privacy and anonymity, saying, “I read the books in Oscar season, so for the first time I was in these dresses which didn’t look like me and didn’t feel like me. I felt like a walking rag doll. Then, in the second book, people’s relationships to you suddenly change. You are aware of people staring at you. I call my mom sobbing all the time. But it’s dealing with the repercussions of no more anonymity. You lose privacy.”
The full interview can be seen in the February issue of Vanity Fair, which is out next week.