Jennifer Lawrence says working with Leonardo DiCaprio was ‘hell’

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While promoting the new Adam McKay black comedy Don’t look up, coming to Netflix, Oscar-winning actor Jennifer Lawrence told Stephen Colbert that working with fellow Oscar winners Leonardo DiCaprio and Timothee Chalamet was “hell.”

The scene in question that caused this involved her, DiCaprio, and Chalamet in a car driving to a location, and it didn’t sound like an enjoyable ride.

“It was the most frustrating day of my life,” the star told Colbert, continuing, “I don’t know what it is. Timothée is just happy to be out of the house after the pandemic. I think it was his first scene. And Leo picked up the song that was playing in the car and was just like, ‘You know, this song is about, you know, blah, blah, blah.’ ”

She made it clear that although the day was especially hellish, she thoroughly enjoyed working with Leonardo DiCaprio, Timothee Chalamet and other all-star actors, including Jonah Hill and Chris Evans.

“I just remember being completely miserable that day,” she said. “It’s hell.”

She also talked to Colbert about sharing a bathroom with Chalamet and DiCaprio, among other funny anecdotes on The Late Show.

Don’t look up will air on the streaming service on December 24. The series revolves around two astronomers who are trying to warn world leaders of the impending doom caused by an asteroid heading towards to Earth.

The film has been described as a satire and considers Adam McKay’s achievement with The Big Short, saw him nominated for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Screenplay at the 2015 Academy Awards.

Fortunately for Lawrence, she will soon wrap up a press tour with DiCaprio, Evans, Hill, and Chalamet.

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