Jennifer Lawrence says she spat a magnetic nose ring out in front of Leonardo DiCaprio on the set of “Don’t Look Up.”
“Many, many times I have accidentally inhaled the said magnet and had to spit it out,” she said.
The actress underwent a transformation for her role with a wig and double nose rings.
Jennifer Lawrence revealed that she had to spit a fake nose ring out in front of Leonardo DiCaprio while filming “Don’t Look Up”.
Lawrence, who wore a reddish-brown wig and double nose rings for his role in the film, said in a interview with Vanity Fair that one of the fake piercings was repeatedly a problem.
“The nose rings … one just hangs in; one is a magnet,” she told Vanity Fair. “And many, many times I accidentally inhaled the said magnet and had to spit it out in front of Leonardo DiCaprio.”
Lawrence plays an astronomer who tries to warn the planet of impending doom in the film, which hits theaters on December 10 and streams on Netflix on December 24.
Along with Lawrence and DiCaprio, the film features a number of other stars, including Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill and Ariana Grande.
Earlier this year was Lawrence allegedly injured while filming “Don’t Look Up”, after a controlled explosion on the set caused debris to fly everywhere.
According to one report in the Boston Globe, a trash can crashed through a window during the explosion, causing debris fragments to hit Lawrence, who covered her face during the collision.
The footage was paused for a day after Lawrence’s injury (which allegedly happened in or near her eye), but the star was expected to recover, told a source to Boston’s ABC affiliate WCVB.
The film’s director and author, Adam McKay, is known for directing Will Ferrell comedy films, including “Anchorman”, “Step Brothers” and “Talladega Nights”. McKay has previously told Insiders Jason Guerrasio that “Don’t Look Up” is a comedy there follow two astronomers trying to warn the world that a giant meteorite will destroy Earth in six months.
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