The 27-year-old actress said the scenes demanded fearlessness and ultimately empowered her ..
“There is a difference between consent and not,” Lawrence told The Project.
She drew on the nude photo hack that saw her private images leaked online in 2014.
“I did feel like I took the power out of having my body taken from me. I felt like I took it back and I could almost own it again,” she said.
“It is my body and it is my art and it is my choice and if you don’t like boobs, you should not go and see Red Sparrow.”
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Lawrence weighed in on the #MeToo movement and the allegations levelled at Harvey Weinstein.
“He was never inappropriate to me,” she said
“It is deplorable. When it came out I wanted to kill him. The way that he destroyed so many women’s lives. I want to see him in jail.”
After just announcing her decision to take a year off from acting to focus on her fight for equality and women’s rights, Lawrence admitted acting was a “fickle industry”.
“If the next few movies don’t do well in the box office, I won’t act… I might be on a Shetland pony in a month,” she joked.
Lawrence’s self-deprecating, Australian-esque sense of humour was praised by the panel on The Project, and proves to be the reason she remains one of Hollywood’s most treasured movie stars.