Luckily for J-Law, her wetsuit was camel toe-free
Jennifer Lawrence sat down with her The Hunger Games: Catching Fire co-stars recently to discuss the film ahead of its long-awaited release. Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson were talking with E! News about the filming of the sequel and recalled some of the problems they had during it, with the pair in particular going on to discuss life wearing a wetsuit for almost 24/7.
With her new pixie do, Jennifer Lawrence is still as open as ever
As carefree as walking around with a wetsuit under your clothing would seem (we didn't think so either), it turns out that life wearing a large spongey suit is not a easy going as you might hope.
"Honestly, I was expecting them to be horrible because the idea of being in a wetsuit for a whole movie sounds terrifying," Hutcherson said in his E! interview during a promo run for The Hunger Games. "But they actually were pretty comfortable once we found out you can actually pee through them—just go into the ocean and take care of your business."
Her usual, straight-to-the-point self, Lawrence also had some problems with her wetsuit that she was keen to recall, although she was just as happy discussing the merits of her suit as well. In particular, Lawrence was complimentary about the cover she received from her undergarments.
"I was surprised at how little camel toe problem there was. I was expecting a lot more," Lawrence revealed. And this wasn't just a female concern either, as Hutcherson continued, "We tried cups in the beginning, but they looked ridiculous."
It was up to Sam Claflin, who plays Finnick Odair in Catching Fire, in his separate interview for E! to explain what the men had to deal with under their wetsuits, as they strived to hide any visible panty lines. He recalled, "We eventually went with cycling shorts and that kept it all in tact," with his co-star Jena Malone, who plays Johanna Mason, chiming in, "Some people were free-balling it."
So, when you go to see The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, you'll finally be able to take comfort in the fact that the actors and actresses all had comfortable nether-regions during film. What more could you ask for from a blockbuster?
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is out everywhere on 22 November.
The second edition of the series is out later this month