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Are we not going to talk about how funny this scene was in the movie? This is the most underrated conversation in this movie.
“Whenever I really want a part, I’m not sure what to do. How do I let the director know how obsessed I am and willing to do anything for the movie? Like, I wanted to write this one director a letter, so I wrote him a handwritten note. But then I was like, How many people are writing this guy handwritten letters? Is it going to seem cheesy? What do I do? Do I sleep outside of his house until he agrees to give me the part? […] It makes you feel supercrazy. It’s like, ‘Please give me this part! I’ll boil a rabbit!’”
The US actress and “American Hustle” star features in a comic book biography called Fame: Jennifer Lawrence.Written by Michael Troy and illustrated by Ben Eargle, the digital comic is on general release but three retailers each have their own exclusive cover.
Iordan Terziiski illustrated the Nook cover, Jaume Font the Kindle version, and Ben Eargle theiTunes edition.
The story is available as a comic for US$3.99 (RM12) or an enhanced Android and iOS app for US$2.99.
Other titles in the Fame series include Lady Gaga, Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart, while sister series Female Force has profiled Angelina Jolie, Michelle Obama, Ellen DeGeneres and J.K. Rowling among others.
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If I stumble they’re gonna eat me alive. Can you hear my heart beating like a hammer?