Jennifer Lawrence Doesn't Regret Dropping Out Of Middle School At 14

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Coming to cinemas is the espionage "thriller" Red Sparrow starring Jennifer Lawrence as a ballerina that is taught how to turn her body into a weapon for the glory of Russian Federation.

No GED, no high school diploma.

She started modeling, then found her passion when reading scripts and relating to the characters.

"I I feel like I know exactly what it would look like if somebody felt that way".

The 27-year-old beauty showed off her gorgeous gams and plenty of cleavage besides in a cute short black dress with lace accents. "And if I want to be cold THAT'S MY CHOICE TOO!"

She said she doesn't regret the decision: "I wanted to forge my own path". Over- reacting about everything someone says or does, creating controversy over silly innocuous things such as what I choose to wear or not wear, is not moving us forward. "Even friends, for many years, were not as important to me as my career".

Well, it paid off for Lawrence, who became the youngest actress to be nominated for four Academy Awards in 2016.

Candid as usual, the Oscar-winning actress says she struggled in the classroom as a student.

Catch Lawrence's full interview when it airs on Sunday's episode of 60 Minutes at 7 p.m. ET on CBS.

Some critics wondered why she was wearing a revealing dress on a cold day for an event to publicise her new film Red Sparrow in London.

In an exclusive interview with ET, Lawrence was a little more lighthearted about her nude scene and quipped that it made the movie crew a little uneasy. One of the co-stars Joel Edgerton came to her rescue and said the " body shaming and outfit shaming" was really disappointing. I never felt very smart. Two years later, she would land her breakthrough role in the 2010 film "Winter's Bone" and earn her first Oscar nomination at the age of 20.

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