By Lisa Stanley

Jennifer Lawrence has a new movie, Passengers, and in an interview with ‘Vanity Fair’ she talks all about the film and this – Whatever you do, don’t ask her for a selfie. Jen reveals that she becomes “scared” of fans who approach her out of the blue.

Lawrence says, “Privacy is a full time job and I work very hard at it. I get very protective of my space.” She says she finds herself being rude to people who invade her privacy by taking her picture without asking her permission in a restaurant. Maybe this privacy thing stems from a scandal back in September 2014, when she was targeted by hackers who leaked naked pictures of her.

As a result, Lawrence says, “If I am eating dinner and somebody comes up and a flash goes off from someone’s iPhone Camera, I’m really rude to that person.” She goes on to say, “then other people at the restaurant will see and be like, oh damn I don’t want to do that – Privacy is a full time job and I work very hard at it.”


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