And with power can come great responsibility, depending on the person. Some upgrade to private jets and annual attendance at the Met Gala and call it a day. Aside from her continued devil-may-not-seem-to-care candor, it was hard to tell which path J.Law was taking.
Talking about the very real perils of fame (such as weirdos camping outside her house and the police not doing anything because, hey, they're just fans), Vogue's 2013 September issue cover girl insisted to the mag, "I am just not OK with it. It's as simple as that. I am just a normal girl and a human being, and I haven't been in this long enough to feel like this is my new normal. I'm not going to find peace with it."
But three years can be a lifetime in Hollywood, and all signs point to her having made at least a reluctant peace with her lot in life.
She has exercised the voice that comes with her movie-star power more recently, penning an essay in
Lena Dunham's Lenny Letter about the ongoing gender pay gap in Hollywood (which earned a "brava" tweet from Hillary Clinton) and, last November, writing an entreaty to devastated Clinton supporters via Vice's Broadly to not give up the fight for the values they hold dear.
But she also pulled a very movie star move after her last film, Passengers, opened to mixed reviews and underwhelming box office, despite the excitement whipped up online by the idea of The Woman and The Man of the Moment,
Chris Pratt, joining forces onscreen.
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