Jennifer Lawrence sets out to seduce a 'un-f**kable' 19-year-old in new movie No Hard Feelings
You may have seen Jennifer Lawrence in comedy films before - but never like this.
In the upcoming R-rated film No Hard Feelings, J-Law will play Maddie, a woman who needs to try and seduce an 'un-f**kable' 19-year-old. Check it out:
The film, written by Gene Stupnitsky and John Phillips, finds Uber driver Maddie in desperate need of a car, after her ex takes hers.
Left with no way of making a living, she answers a Craigslist advert from a couple who want someone to 'date' their desperately awkward son Percy to bring him out of his shell before he heads off to college.
Percy's 'helicopter' parents - played by Matthew Broderick and Laura Benanti - are willing to offer Maddie a car in exchange for her services.
Percy's dad makes it clear to Maddie that he wants her to date his son 'hard'. She agrees and promises to 'date' his brains out.
So, it's settled, Maddie is going to try and seduce this 19-year-old kid and give him a bit of experience before he sets off into the big bad world.
When she seductively tries to drive him home from the animal shelter in a short dress and high heels, he pepper sprays her, thinking that she's trying to kidnap him.
When she strips off in front of him on a night at the beach, encouraging him to come skinny dipping with her, he's got a million excuses not to.
"Just get the f**k in her right now!" Maddie screams at him from the ocean.
No Hard Feelings will also star Natalie Morales (Dead To Me), Hasan Minhaj, Kyle Mooney (Saturday Night Live), Ebon Moss-Bachrach (The Bear), Scott MacArthur, to name a few.
Raving about his co-star in the upcoming film, Ebon Moss-Bachrach promised fans that this is a whole new side to Jennifer Lawrence.
He said: "I think Jennifer Lawrence is really goofy in this movie, in a way that she hasn’t been in the past.
"The movie reminds me of some ‘90s comedies I really used to like. I don’t want to misrepresent the movie, but there were elements which reminded me of the Farrelly brothers, or Something About Mary.
"There’s a decent amount of physical comedy, and Jennifer Lawrence is very committed to it. It was a very funny set.”