Jennifer Lawrence was drunk for Red Sparrow's NY premiere

Jennifer Lawrence’s'Red Sparrow

This gives Red Sparrow a decidedly more adult tone than the Lawrences' previous collaborations, not least in the scenes at Charlotte Rampling's Soviet-era spy school, where Dominika learns to blend sex and violence, weaponising her body to manipulate her mark.

"At some point there has to be separation between politics and the entertainment industry or we're going to suffer", Lawrence said Wednesday during the NY premiere of her new spy thriller Red Sparrow.

The Oscar-winning actress isn't joking about starting her own TV network, and having it be all about the reality genre is exactly what she wants.

She's Dominika, a dancer at the Bolshoi with more than enough talent to reach the top, until an accident puts an end to her dreams and her income. "Why?" Colbert asked. "Because I'm so miserable - no, I'm just kidding", Lawrence said. I can't imagine it being anyone else. For example, it would be much easier to sympathize with Dominika if viewers could glean more of her thoughts and feelings at any given moment rather than be kept in the dark and viewing her as a one-dimensional character. The actress spends most of the movie half-naked, changing her hair, crying, naked, and trying to ideal a tricky Russian accent. It's the kind of throwback to the glory days of tradecraft, double bluffs and triple crosses that Red Sparrow really wants to be but never quite manages. "I still feel empowered". And we all need to sit. It "opens up the conversation for the difference between consent and not consent", she explained.

Lawrence said this might be part of the reason for the split reception.

Jennifer Lawrence’s'Red Sparrow

Lawrence, who removed her heels and downed several shots of rum, took issue with the recent developments, telling Colbert that Weinstein is like that "horrible ass boil that will just not go away".

"Amy said I scared some people".

Sexual harassment "happens in every single business around the world" and has been happening "for a very long time", he said.

As you can see in the video above, SYFY WIRE's Karama Horne was on hand during the Red Sparrow red carpet, where she interviewed stars J-Law, Joely Richardson, Sasha Frolova, and Thekla Reuten.

Both he and Jennifer Lawrence are convinced that change will come as a result.

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