True to Her Pay-Gap Essay, Jennifer Lawrence Has Become a Tough Negotiator

She never takes no for an answer!

Lip, Cheek, Hairstyle, Skin, Chin, Forehead, Shoulder, Eyebrow, Collar, Red,

No more Mr. Nice Jennifer Lawrence.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the pay-gap essayist took her own advice and walked away from Sony's Rosie Project when negotiations with the company's chairman ground to a halt.

Sony was reportedly unwilling to offer the same $20 million it was paying J.Law for Passengers—otherwise known as the movie for which J.Law is earning more than Chris Pratt—so she lowered her rate to be able to work with Boyhood director Richard Linklater, whom she had brought on. But the deal-making dragged on, so much so that Lawrence was like "I don't want to keep fighting over millions of dollars when I could be washing my hands."

So she left, Linklater followed, and now we'll never get to see this rom-com as it was meant to be. But at the same time, feminism, knowing your own worth, etc. We're marking it down as a win.

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