Published: Fri, August 11, 2017
Culture | By Antonia Gonzales

Jennifer Lawrence's 'Mother!' trailer will give you the chills

Jennifer Lawrence's 'Mother!' trailer will give you the chills

JENNIFER LAWRENCE has been explaining how she fell for new love Darren Aronofsky - she says it's because his intelligence doesn't leave her feeling "confused".

'For the past year, I've been dealing with him as just a human, ' she continued.

If we're to go by the results of Aronofsky's previous nightmare fuel with Natalie Portman, it looks as if Jennifer Lawrence will be put through the ringer and we'll get to see her flex her acting chops. "I had energy for him". I don't know what he thought of me.

The two minute trailer reveals much about the plot, as trailer opens with Jen making plans to create a "paradise" with her onscreen lover, played by Javier Hardem, but it's not long before bliss turns to chaos. I'd just gotten out of a relationship in which I was confused. I had energy for him.' .

The pair have been spotted in public together in the past year, sparking rumors of a romance, but this is the first time Lawrence has broken her silence about the relationship.

For more, grab a copy of Vogue magazine, out on newsstands August 22.

While the Passengers actress likes to keep a lot of her private life, private, she was actually pretty candid about her boyfriend, Darren Aronofsky.

"I ended up getting on oxygen", she told them. She admitted in the same interview to preparing for her role in American Hustle by watching The Real Housewives, another reality tv classic.

Lawrence is in a tunnel underground, while a mob of people are clamoring to close the door on her.

Things seem to go even more awry when she finds a photo of her husband in the strangers' luggage. By the end of the trailer, Lawrence is cry yelling, "Get out of my house!" No, not your mother (you should probably take some time to understand her).

The psychological horror, also starring Javier Bardem, Ed Harris and Michelle Pfeiffer, is slated to release in the United Kingdom this September with the film also set to compete for the Golden Lion award at this year's Venice International Film Festival.

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