Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 17 April 2014

Jennifer Lawrence plans Christmas shoot

Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence will spend her Christmas "clay-pigeon shooting".

The 22-year-old rose to fame as bow-and-arrow-wielding Katniss in The Hunger Games.

The actress will be heading home for the festive season and plans to kill time with an unusual activity.

"I'm going home to see my family. My brother just told me in an email that we're all going to go clay-pigeon shooting," she told British newspaper The Guardian.

"He's just found this place where they let you shoot clay-pigeons and then give you dinner afterwards. He's real excited about it. We've never done it before. I don't know what his shooting skills are like, I'm sure they're better than mine. I'm going to have to bring my bow-and-arrow."

Jennifer grew up on a farm in Kentucky with her two brothers, but now spends her time between London and Los Angeles.

The Silver Linings Playbook star is dating British actor Nicholas Hoult and enjoys visiting him in England.

"Do I still see Kentucky as home? In a sense, in that it's where my family lives and it's where I grew up. But I don't know. These days I spend most of my time flipping between London and LA," she explained.

"I love London. I love the layout of the city and I love that it's not Manhattan or LA. In LA people are only interested in your job and how much money you make. In London that doesn't matter so much. People know that there are other things to talk about."

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