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Jennifer Lawrence Says Her Movie With Amy Schumer Won’t Be ‘Politically Correct’

From left: Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer.
Dave J. Hogan; Jason Kempin—Getty Images From left: Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer.

Maybe she'll cast Adele and Emma Stone in the movie, too

Details are scant on Jennifer Lawrence’s upcoming project with Amy Schumer, but one thing is certain: It will not be politically correct.

Lawrence covers the February issue of Glamour, where she talks about her friendship with Schumer and how their script came to be.

“I saw Trainwreck in July, and I emailed her. I just knew: ‘This b—h needs to write a movie for me,'” Lawrence told the magazine, clarifying that at first, she didn’t know the two would write the script together.

“I emailed her and was like, ‘Write something for us.’ I’ve never done anything like that before. The next day she wrote back with a story line, which is unheard of. And now it’s complete, and it’s good! But it’s definitely not a politically correct film,” she said.

The untitled project features Lawrence and Schumer as sisters. And though Lawrence has said her Hunger Games co-stars Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth won’t be appearing in the movie, perhaps there’s room for her group of very famous female friends. The Internet freaked out over Lawrence’s night out with Adele and Emma Stone in November, and the actress told Glamour that she spent Thanksgiving with Schumer, Stone and Adele — at Diane Sawyer’s house on Martha’s Vineyard.

“It’s so weird; I don’t like new people. But these two women—and Amy—they’re really lovely. And they’re so normal. I feel like I’m hanging out with my friends—my friends that don’t give a f–k about what I do.”

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