AceShowbiz - %cJennifer Lawrence% adds another title to her resume. The Oscar winner graces the front page of Entertainment Weekly 's latest issue as Entertainer of the Year 2015 following the theatrical release of "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2".
The actress talked about her friends, "I have a very small circle. The moment I feel like someone is using me or is in it for the wrong reasons, I have zero guilt about just cutting them the f**k out of my life. My bulls**t detector is phenomenal. None of my friends bulls**t me. Everything in my life has to be real."
Of her bond with "The Hunger Games" cast, she said, "There's just crazy s**t you would never tell anybody, but you do because you're sitting on a set together for 16 hours a day. Josh [Hutcherson], Liam [Hemsworth],Woody [Harrelson] - we know each other. These people know more about me than anybody on the planet! So it's bizarre for it to end. It does feel over."
Lawrence is now working on a comedy with %cAmy Schumer%. She enjoys it so much that she would like to continue scriptwriting in the future. "I'd like to write some stuff that I'm not acting in, too," she opened up. "I want to get back to acting in small, dark stuff. I want to get back into Indies. I'd also like to direct a comedy. I have wanted to direct as long as I've wanted to act. I just don't talk about it because I'd rather just do it."
In the meantime, she will next release a new movie "Joy" with David O. Russell. "David and I will never, ever, ever, ever not do movies together," she said. "I love him so much that sometimes I can't talk about him without tearing up. Look! I'm tearing up. I understand every look, every eyeball move, every word he says or doesn't say. We were made for each other."
The sentiment is mutual as the director gushed about his movie's leading star, "Jen's the same person, this girl from Kentucky who is becoming a woman. I've gotten the privilege of watching that. That's also the story of this movie. It's a lot for a 25-year-old. But it's happening. Jennifer is really finding her own voice."