December 7, 2017
Jennifer Lawrence likes to use her fame for good

From the moment that she first appeared on the acting scene, it was obvious that Jennifer Lawrence was going to go on to become a hugely successful Hollywood superstar, as she has shown so much promise and potential from such a young age. It is no surprise then, that Jennifer Lawrence is now considered one of the biggest and best stars in the acting industry.

As is often the case with a number of big name superstars, Jennifer Lawrence likes to use her name and her fame to help promote the causes that she feels strongly about and regularly talks about the issues close to her heart. Jennifer has once again been talking about some of these problems, admitting that she likes to use her fame for good and believes that all stars should do so.

Lawrence explained, "It's not easy to speak out. It's not easy to face criticism on a global scale. But the fact is I have been given a platform, and if I don't use it, then I don't deserve it. This last year has been a trying and challenging time in our world and our industry specifically. Every day, we wake up to a myriad of headlines that deeply impact us, from around the globe. These women have shown what's possible when we embrace our platforms and use our voices to inspire and ignite the hearts of humanity."
She added, "Their stories are powerful, pivotal and echo far beyond the retweets or headlines we wake up to. Let's be outspoken. Let's be resilient. Let's make sure the young women who are receiving $1 million in scholarships through the remarkable Women in Entertainment Mentorship grow in an industry where outspoken women matter, where outspoken women lead, where all of our voices, ideas and the strength of our artistic community creates change in and out of the cinema. By doing so, we give back and give forward in the ways that matter most."
As far as her acting career is concerned, Jennifer Lawrence can next be seen on the big screen starring in the upcoming new movie Red Sparrow, which will open on March 2, 2018 in both the US and the UK.


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