Rising star Jennifer Lawrence name-dropped Kristen Stewart in her latest interview to promote "The Hunger Games". Lawrence admitted that she joined a film based on a popular book series but she never wanted to be as famous as Stewart whose "Twilight Saga" films were also based on bestseller books.
"I look at Kristen Stewart now and I think, 'I'd never want to be that famous'," the Oscar-nominated actress told the April issue of Glamour UK. "I can't imagine how I'd feel if all of a sudden my life was pandemonium."
While Stewart once compared paparazzi photos of herself to images of a woman being raped, Lawrence refused to be one. "Everyone always has to play this whole, 'Oh, my God, I don't want to be in the spotlight' game," she said. "They think that the way to win people's hearts is to complain about fame, when actually there are so many great sides to it. I'm an actor and I love my job. I can take months off, and I get a lot of money - way more money than any 21-year-old should have - so what is there to complain about?"
Her new movie "The Hunger Games" would open wide in U.S. theaters on March 23. Lawrence reportedly earns $500,000 for the first "Hunger Games" film, plus additional profits based on the movie's performance.
Lawrence spoke about the freedom that comes with having money, saying "Just recently I started letting myself eat things from the minibar. When we were kids, we would never open the minibar. A $6 Snickers bar? But the other day I was in a hotel and I was staring at a Snickers bar, and I finally just ate it."