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Motherhood has become less appealing with age, says Jennifer Lawrence

Motherhood has become less appealing with age, says Jennifer Lawrence

Though she may not be ready for kids just yet, she's not pumping the brakes on her romance with mother! director Darren Aronofsky, whom she's been dating for a year. You know, like when I'm getting photographed just like walking to Starbucks, I'm like why does anybody feel-why do you feel entitled to this?

"I think we were basically - whatever it is - 15 years too early", Aronofsky sighed to website First Showing. "Now I'm like.[shocked face]"' she joked.

"Mother!" stars Academy Award Winner Jennifer Lawrence as Mother and Academy Award Winner Javier Bardem as Him.

Jennifer even teased her upcoming break to Saddler amid a conversation about the world's obsession with her.

He's just taking, taking, taking from her to the point of having no qualms about sucking the life and soul out of her for his art.

Speaking to E! News, the 27-year-old actress said when asked if she's feeling the pangs of motherhood as she's getting older: "Not at all". But that's what makes it a masterpiece and that's what makes Darren so brilliant and that's why I've always wanted to work with him, ' she told the morning host. "I don't have anything set for two years", the Oscar victor, 27, revealed. However, with tomorrow's wide release of mother!, Lawrence could break that ignoble record.

"I threw the script and was like I can't have this in my house". You rarely get to see the actors interacting, and I found this very annoying.

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 know [what I'm going to do]". I don't want this in my home. Joking at the end of the interview she said with a laugh, "I'll see you in six months". "Because I hear the way they're talking about the Joker movie and that's exactly... that was my pitch".

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