Jennifer Lawrence talks paparazzi and how are they similar to The Hunger Games

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In a great new interview for E! Online, Jennifer Lawrence gets to discuss her opinion on Paparazzi, how are they similar to the world in The Hunger Games, and how guilty are we of their existence.

“It’s kind of the same about paparazzi and tabloids,” Jennifer said of the film’s reality show bashing during a press day held at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. “It’s like, yeah it’s disgusting; I wish that we could get away and get rid of it. But it’s what people want, it’s what makes money.”

A bit refreshing, no? A starlet who makes clear her annoyance with the omnipresent photogs, but doesn’t gripe endlessly about how much they’re ruining her life and how she never signed up for all this attention.

She gets it.

Jenny continued, “We can bash the paparazzi as much as we want, but they’re getting paid by the tabloids because the tabloids are making money because we are buying those magazines.”

So how is Jennifer handling the swarms of paps that accompany mega-huge franchise fame? ‘Cause, to be fair, it’s not like tabloids were desperate to dig through her garbage after her Oscar-nominated turn in Winter’s Bone.

“I haven’t actually had any swarms. I get the creepy ones that hide in the bushes outside my house that I don’t see,” Jennifer laughed while telling us. “I don’t know how I get to trade them. I’d much rather walk through a wall of people than to like…see horrible pictures of me show up that I had no idea were being taken.”

What do you think? Do you blame yourself for reality TV, tabloids and paparazzi?

This entry was posted in Actors, Jennifer Lawrence, The Hunger Games.
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