Jennifer Lawrence continues her 'Hunger Games' promotion with a stop by David Letterman. Watch her interview in this video.
Jennifer Lawrence continues her 'Hunger Games' promotion with a stop by David Letterman.
Watch Jennifer Lawrence in this David Letterman interview video, where she talks about the mania among 'Hunger Games' fans, red carpet nerves, and how she feels about seeing herself on screen.
Letterman puts the fear in her about how huge 'The Hunger Games' is going to be, but offers up a knuckle bump on the promise that there will be three films. It's a big deal and, as he notes, "You will be picking out property on the moon" following the franchise's success.
Jennifer talks about how fans "scream and they cry and one almost fainted," adding, "We do these autograph signings and there's all sorts of different reactions - some of them start screaming before they even make it to me and then run away."
She said her favorite is the fans who are dressed in full Katniss gear at the autograph signings, who completely shut down, look miserable and won't even make eye contact with her after psyching themselves up so much.
If it wasn't for the Katniss costume, she says, she would think "they hated me, they didn't even want to be there."
Jennifer is definitely uncomfortable with seeing herself on screen, sharing, "I'm a troll, I hate myself." She's quick to add, "I think the movie is great, but their biggest mistake is me."
Don't sell yourself short, Jennifer!
She also shared how scary red carpets are, how she gets so nervous and hyper: "I go in interviews, I'm like a Chihuahua, I'm shaking and peeing..." and afterwords, "I just talked about peeing on the red carpet."
She may have worked herself into a little frenzy during this interview, as she worries at one point, "God, I'm gonna get fired!" for not selling the movie as much as she should.
Jennifer also flaked when setting up the clip - as Letterman asked what it was about and she didn't realize she had to explain it.
Overall, she's pretty adorable, despite the nervousness, don't you think?