Jennifer Lawrence Reveals She Will No Longer Act In Franchises, Breaks Millions Of Hearts Waiting For Her To Return As Mystique In MCU X-Men Reboot

Jennifer Lawrence dominated the 2010s with back-to-back blockbuster movies. She began her acting career at a young age with small roles in television series and made her film debut with the 2008 film garden party. After that, she acted in several films, including one of her most popular roles as Mystique in the x-men series and Katniss in the hunger games franchise. People loved the actress in both franchises and expected more from her future films.

Jennifer Lawrence superhero star who won the Oscars
Jennifer Lawrence

And as Marvel Studios moves forward with plans to introduce mutants in the future, fans expected to see Lawrence return as Mystique. But the actress recently revealed she won’t be making any more superhero movies in the future.

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Jennifer Lawrence will no longer play Mystique

With Hugh Jackman back as Wolverine in Dead Pool 3fans expected to see more x-men characters entering the MCU. Jennifer Lawrence has been playing Mystique since 2011, when she first appeared as a character in X-Men: First Class.

Fans also expected to see her return as Mystique, aka Raven in the MCU. However, the actress recently revealed that she won’t be playing Mystique in the future.

Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence has said she won’t do any more franchises. She mentioned that she loves superhero movies but couldn’t make one now because she was too old to play a superhero. “Franchising is art, and it’s so much fun; I could never make one now because I’m too old and frail. I like them too,” said Laurent.

Jennifer Lawrence was last seen as Raven in 2019 X-Men: Dark Phoenix. Jhe character dies in the film, and it was Lawrence’s last crow.

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Why Jennifer Lawrence Hated Playing Mystique

Jennifer Lawrence didn’t enjoy her time playing Mystique. Mystique has the ability to mimic anyone’s appearance and voice with exquisite precision. She has blue skin, red hair and yellow eyes. Jennifer Lawrence, who starred in four x-men movies, has to go through an hour-long procedure to become Mystique.

Jennifer Lawrence and Mystique
Jennifer Lawrence and Mystique

Lawrence mentioned that makeup was the biggest issue for her. Her look for Raven was completed with blue paint and dozens of prosthetic details. It was even difficult for her to do essential things, like going to the bathroom.

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She also shared that soon the paint started affecting her. All of these things took their toll on her and she was happy to end her run in the superhero franchise with X-Men: Dark Phoenix. Now that she’s revealed she won’t be reprising her role as Mystique, it would be interesting to see who will take over the role after Jennifer Lawrence.

Jennifer Lawrence in Causeway
Jennifer Lawrence in Causeway

Lawrence returns with the American psychological drama Pavement, directed by Lila Neugebauer. Apart from the main role of the film, Lawrence is also one of the producers of the film. Pavement follows Lynsey, a soldier who suffers a brain injury while deployed to Afghanistan and, due to his brain injury, struggles to return to his normal life at home.

Pavement premiered at the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival on September 10, 2022. It will also be available on Apple TV+ after its release.

Pavement will be released in theaters on November 4, 2022.

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