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Posted on April 13, 2012
Gun owners and hunters are all too familiar with Hollywood elites disparaging or mis-representing firearm ownership in the U.S., so when stars of the silver screen make comments that resonate with the millions of American gun owners and hunters, it’s worth highlighting.
Louisville, Kentucky native, Jennifer Lawrence, who stars in the smash hit move, Hunger Games, most likely caused some ears in Tinsel town to perk up with some of her recent comments.
In discussing a scene in the film where Lawrence guts a squirrel, the star told Rolling Stone magazine that the scene was not faked: “I should say it wasn’t real, for PETA. But screw PETA.”
To prepare for another role, the actress spent a month in Missouri with a rural family shooting rifles and chopping wood in preparation for the role. And what are Lawrence’s future plans? She is “thinking about buying a house. And a big dog. And a shotgun.”
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