Today (21st of December 2016) is the release of Jennifer Lawrence’s latest film, Passengers.
The movie is about a girl named Aurora (portrayed by Lawrence of course), who leaves earth and all her friends and family to experience living on a different planet over a period of 120 years.
Jennifer thinks that the character’s decision is admirable. However, she stated that she wouldn’t be able to do the same thing in real life.
She sat down with the co-host of Good Morning America, Michael Strahan to talk about that life on earth is not exactly easy to give up.
“I mean, as things are right now, I can’t see, like, just saying goodbye to everyone I know and love and just peacing out,” she said before adding, “I think the journey sounds amazing. If I could bring people, maybe I would.”
And exactly who would Lawrence bring with her if she had the chance? Her beloved dog, Pippi. “She’s not a person,” Lawrence said, “but I couldn’t leave without Pippi.”
“She’s not a person,” Lawrence said, “but I couldn’t leave without Pippi.”