Jennifer Lawrence calls "revealing dress in the cold" controversy "utterly ridiculous"

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Jennifer Lawrence calls "revealing dress in the cold" controversy "utterly ridiculous"

Notice anything? The UK is still in the middle of winter at the moment, with maximum London temperatures this week hovering around 3-9C.

Posing alongside her four male co-stars, the 27-year-old actress wore a plunging black Versace dress - something the internet seemed to have a lot of opinions about. Lawrence has been an often recipient of online criticism.

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Women in Hollywood certainly have enough hazards to look out for - hello, Harvey Weinstein - but it appears you can now add hypothermia to the list. "This is what I was meant to do, '" Lawrence says of acting. "Jennifer Lawrence wore a revealing dress for a photo shoot in the cold". "And when I'm reading the script and I feel like I know exactly what it would look like if somebody felt that way, that was a whole part of my brain that I didn't even know existed, something I could be confident in, and I didn't want to let it go".

"This is not only utterly ridiculous, I am extremely offended". Do you think I could cover this stunning Versace dress coat or shawl?

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He said: "Yesterday, on the balcony, seemed like a lose-lose situation because if Jennifer wore jeans and a coat I'm sure somebody else would have criticised her. I would have stood in the snow for that dress because I love fashion and that was my choice". She deemed the "ridiculous" incident and called it an "overreaction, sexist and non-feminist at all".

Jennifer said creating controversy over "silly innocuous things" such as what she chooses to wear is "not moving us forward".

'It's creating silly distractions from real issues.

Speaking to Yahoo Movies UK, he reflected: "I did see [the Twitter backlash], it was pretty amusing but look, I don't know if it's double standards". And if I want to be cold THATS MY CHOICE TOO!'

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