However, it's hardly surprising the blonde beauty has been put off the idea of becoming a mother considering the story of her new film, which promises to give watchers goosebumps, but she's glad Aronofsky convinced her to take on the lead.
In a big, slightly rundown house in the sunny countryside, we meet the unnamed Mother (Larence), who's doing up the place while her famed poet partner (Javier Bardem as "Him") struggles to write. The film has been met with generally positive reviews so far by film critics.
Jennifer Lawrence also recalled how she used to fantasize about becoming a mother when she was still 21 or 22. She is now filming her fourth turn as the shape shifting mutant Mystique in X-Men: Dark Phoenix and Lawrence recently signed on to take the starring role of billionaire tech entrepreneur Elizabeth Holmes in Adam McKay's bio-drama Bad Blood.
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She said: "For the past year, I've been dealing with him as just a human. Do you think about taking a break?" I don't think that's how it's supposed to work! When I am releasing a movie and it's really heavy and really intense and I just know that it will die down. "I don't have anything set for two years". Aronofsky may not seem like a familiar face, but you have probably seen his movies including the 2010 hit "Black Swan", the chilling 2000 film "Requiem For a Dream", and the 2014 epic "Noah".
It isn't the first time the happy couple have gushed over one another either, as the "Joy" actress recently praised her boyfriend for making their romance easy by making sure she's "never confused". I don't go home like, 'Oh my god! "Now I'm like.[shocked face]", she added.
When the interviewer asked Lawrence if she had started getting pangs for motherhood, she made her feelings on the subject very clear. "Because I hear the way they're talking about the Joker movie and that's exactly... that was my pitch".