Natalie Dormer as Cressida helps Katniss Everdeen make rebel propoganda against the Capitol in Mockingjay: Part 1 and she says Jennifer Lawrence is hard to censor in real life...and that's a good thing!
"Jennifer's reputation is she doesn't buy into that superficial nature and BS aspects of the industry," Natalie explained during Friday's AOL Build in NYC, alongside director Francis Lawrence. "She is candid; she is straight-talking...she finds it hard to be anything other than herself, and it's great and that's the same with Katniss."
"That's her charismatic quality, both Jennifer's and Katniss Everdeen's, is that they have to be naturally themselves," Natalie added.
Francis also revealed that he made J. Law cry when he made her sing "The Hanging Tree" live on set in the movie. "She has a great voice but she feels very vulnerable about singing and she knew she was going to have to sing all day. She cried for a little bit in the morning actually," he shared.
See Jen and Natalie on the big screen when Mockingjay: Part 1 finally hits theaters Nov. 21!
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