Jennifer Lawrence came out clean on her earlier claim that she was the first female action hero to lead the screens and clarified that her words came out wrong.
In a recent claim, Jennifer Larence said that she is “the first-ever woman to be cast as the lead of an action movie” despite the likes of Sigourney Weaver and Angelina Jolie leading franchises long before her.
In a statement to THR, Jennifer clarified that her remark “came out wrong” and what she actually meant was how “good it feels” to be a feminine force in a male-dominated genre, cited from The Daily Mail. The Academy Award winner said, “That’s certainly not what I meant to say at all. I know that I am not the only woman who has ever led an action film.”
The actress is known for famously playing Katniss Everdeen in four of The Hunger Games (2012) films.