jennifer lawrenceMom’s mom isn’t selling her used toilet on Craigslist. After Lawrence said in an interview that her mom, Karen, sold her toilet to writer Lee Eisenberg via an online platform, she clarified the story with ET’s Rachel Smith.
“I ended up screwing up,” Lawrence, 32, told ET at the Tuesday premiere of her new movie, don’t take it to heart“My mom bought Lee’s toilet. When he clarified and said, ‘None of this is real.’ I was like, ‘Well, it’s not. I’m really just confused about who’s buying and who’s selling it.'” [it]”
“I thought, ‘I broke it.’ My mom sold it to me,” she said, adding that Eisenberg knew who the seller was when he bought the bathroom fixtures. “That’s how we know the story now. So thanks, Mom.”
eisenberg often with don’t take it to heart Directed by Gene Stupnitsky. The film stars Lawrence as Maddie, a financially struggling woman who answers a Craigslist ad to get married to a wealthy couple’s introverted and awkward son (Andrew Bart Feldman) before he goes off to college. Dating.
“When Andrew left his audition, the door closed and we all looked at each other and we said, ‘That’s our Percy,'” Lawrence recalled her co-stars. “Then they were like, ‘There’s a complication. He should go to Harvard.’ We were like, ‘Is this a joke? He’s totally the character.'”
Instead of letting that get in her way, Lawrence called him and said, “Andrew, I have very bad news. You won’t be able to finish your semester at Harvard.”
He agreed to defer school, and the rest is history. don’t take it to heart It will be released on June 23rd.