Actor who plays 'un-f**kable' teen seduced by Jennifer Lawrence in new film speaks out
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The actor who stars as the 'un-f**kable' teen in a new Jennifer Lawrence film has finally broken his silence.
New edgy comedy No Hard Feelings sees J-Law play Maddie, who discovers an intriguing job listing.
On the brink of losing her childhood home, the young woman applies for a unique - but well paid job - listed by wealthy helicopter parents who are looking for someone to sleep with their 'un-f**kable' 19-year-old son, Percy (Andrew Barth Feldman), before he leaves for college.
Check out the wild trailer below:
The 'laugh-out-loud' comedy will also star Matthew Broderick and Laura Benanti as Percy's parents, along with Natalie Morales (Dead To Me), Hasan Minhaj, Kyle Mooney (Saturday Night Live), Ebon Moss-Bachrach (The Bear), Scott MacArthur.
Director Gene Stupnitsky - the co-writer of Bad Teacher - has taken the reigns on this one and if the trailer is anything to go by, we're expecting a madness of a film.
Since the trailer dropped, viewers are already impressed by Feldman's ability to play an introverted and 'unf**kable' teen - a term used by Lawrence's character.
The actor, 20, has finally spoken out and is delighted so far with the response of the teaser.
Taking to social media, he tweeted: "So yeah so.
"Yeah again it's really really hard to know what to say in these moments this is all just really wild and wonderful ok. :)."
"So proud of you," one user commented, while another added: "This looks so so so funny."
Also, co-star Ebon Moss-Bachrach recently told Awards Radar that we can expect to see a new 'goofy' side to Lawrence.
The last time we saw her in a comedy film was 2021's Don't Look Up and it looks like the actor is set to deliver another solid performance.
"I think Jennifer Lawrence is really goofy in this movie, in a way that she hasn’t been in the past," Moss-Bachrach said.
"The movie reminds me of some ‘90s comedies I really used to like. I don’t want to misrepresent the movie, but there were elements which reminded me of the Farrelly brothers, or Something About Mary.
"There’s a decent amount of physical comedy, and Jennifer Lawrence is very committed to it. It was a very funny set."
No Hard Feelings will hit theatres on 23 June.