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16 September 2017, 01:16 | Clyde Nash
Mad house Jennifer Lawrence as Mother
"I think we were basically - whatever it is - 15 years too early", Aronofsky sighed to website First Showing.
But surely no-one wants to see a mother being beaten to a pulp for no good reason or her newborn baby being killed and eaten by a mob.
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".
Asked whether that experience affected her actual real-life attitude towards motherhood, Lawrence responded, "I feel like the older I get the nearly less maternal I become".
"He told me his ideas and I thought that they were just brilliant and unique and challenging". She is now filming her fourth turn as the shape shifting mutant Mystique in X-Men: Dark Phoenix and Lawrence recently signed on to take the starring role of billionaire tech entrepreneur Elizabeth Holmes in Adam McKay's bio-drama Bad Blood.
Channeling his publicized break-up with actress and long-term girlfriend Rachel Weisz, Aronofsky seems to be going into full self-flagellation mode, as all but has the characters look at the camera and say "Artists are the worst, right?"
The 'Mother!' star - who is dating the psychological thriller's director Darren Aronofsky - has admitted having a family is no longer the top of her list and she's actually concerned about how much she's accepted the possibility she might not have a baby. "I don't know how he felt about me".
Considering Lawrence's role in the disturbing Mother!
'You've done a movie, at least one movie, every year since 2010. It's been a while so I wasn't so sure where she was at. "I have always wanted to work with him".
The film, which also stars Michelle Pfeiffer and Javier Bardem, is a horror film about a woman whose relationship is tested when her husband invites menacing guests to stay in their home. Darren said it so well - that this is the first time I have been put on my back foot.
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