Jennifer Lawrence admits everyone knew Harvey Weinstein was 'a dog'

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In an interview conducted by Oprah Winfrey for The Hollywood Reporter, the Academy Award victor revealed that she required time to take everything in because he had only been fatherly to her. The only thing that would make said evening better, according to J-Law, is three very specific people. "He told me he was anxious about her. Michael told me that Hunger Games was about to come out and he believed that it was going to be a hugely successful film and he said that Jennifer had absolutely no idea how her life was going to change".

Even though Lawrence has continuously expressed her sympathy for the victims of sexual misconduct, she believes that the issue will finally receive enough attention and spark a change. "I know every studio head in town. I loved this so much, and it just broke my heart, especially for Darren [Aronofsky] because he loved this person", Jennifer said during a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter.

The "Hunger Games" star also opened up about being hacked in 2014 and the nude photos of her that were leaked online.

At the breakfast, Sarah Silverman delivered opening remarks, Angelina Jolie gave the keynote speech, and Gal Gadot and Justin Timberlake were also on hand to help present over $1 million in university scholarships to young women from disadvantaged backgrounds who have taken part in THR's highly competitive, Women in Entertainment Mentorship Program, now entering its 10th year.

Lawrence added: "And then when I said yes to Red Sparrow, I felt I was taking something back". "It was violating on a sexual level".

"It was abusive. I mean, it wasn't sexually abusive ..." she clarified. I know that Jennifer will continue to be a role model and an inspiration for women everywhere.

"Just speaking for myself, I had known him since I was 20, and he had only ever been nice to me - except for the moments that he wasn't", Lawrence explained. "He was paternal to me".

She chose to share her experience after dozens of women spoke out against former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, who Lawrence has worked with. I just thought, 'I'll never do that again.

"We all knew he was a dog, we knew that he was a tough guy, a brute, a tough guy to negotiate with". "I always knew I was going to be famous, so I am totally prepared for it", as Lawrence looked on embarrassed from the audience.

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