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Jennifer Lawrence explains why the end of 'The Hunger Games' franchise challenged her identity

Jennifer Lawrence joined Diane Sawyer for an intimate afternoon, during which she revealed why wrapping The Hunger Games challenged her identity.

Lawrence has drawn much attention for the essay she wrote in Lena Dunham’s ‘Lenny Letter,’ highlighted the gender wage inequality in Hollywood. The 25-year-old thinks women can be the ones to change the industry’s long-standing sexism problem.

The Oscar winner also talks about her friendship with Amy Schumer, and why she isn’t planning to get married.

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Jennifer Lawrence explains why the end of 'The Hunger Games' franchise challenged her identity

Jennifer Lawrence joined Diane Sawyer for an intimate afternoon, during which she revealed why wrapping The Hunger Games challenged her identity.

Lawrence has drawn much attention for the essay she wrote in Lena Dunham’s ‘Lenny Letter,’ highlighted the gender wage inequality in Hollywood. The 25-year-old thinks women can be the ones to change the industry’s long-standing sexism problem.

The Oscar winner also talks about her friendship with Amy Schumer, and why she isn’t planning to get married.

Related:

Women earn less than men in all kinds of surprising situations

How Hollywood’s gender pay gap almost killed Jessica Chastain’s new film

One way to close gender pay gap is to talk about it

 

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