Jennifer Lawrence: 'Screw PETA!'
- Photo: Marion Curtis/StarTraks1 of 9
- Photo: Rolling Stone/Promotional2 of 9
- Photo: Robert Smith / Ipa Press/Retna Digital3 of 9
- Photo: BEN KING/StarTraks4 of 9
- Photo: PH3/HSS/WENN5 of 9
- Photo: Nicolas Briquet/StarTraks6 of 9
- Photo: Steve Granitz/WireImage7 of 9
- Photo: Jordan Strauss/WireImage8 of 9
PETA is ticked off at Katniss Everdeen.
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, "The Hunger Games" star Jennifer Lawrence opens up about her gross-out, squirrel-skinning scene from "Winter's Bone," the gritty 2010 flick which earned her a Best Actress Oscar nomination. According to Lawrence, 21, that moment wasn't faked in the slightest.
"I should say it wasn't real, for PETA," Lawrence told the mag. "But screw PETA."
Needless to say, PETA didn't take too kindly to Lawrence's joking remark.
"She's young and the plight of animals somehow hasn't yet touched her heart. As Henry David Thoreau said, 'The squirrel you kill in jest, dies in earnest," the organization's president, Ingrid Newkirk, told Gothamist Tuesday morning. "When people kill animals, it is the animals who are 'screwed,' not PETA, and one day I hope she will try to make up for any pain she might cause any animal who did nothing but try to eke out a humble existence in nature."
MORE FROM WONDERWALL:
Get out the vote
Fall's Best Looks
New fashion trends are here! Take a look at celebrities rocking fall's best looks so far.Watch Video »
Real 'RHOC' Dish
"Real Housewives of OC" star Shannon Beador dishes about her family, her relationship with Vicki Gunvalson and what to expect from the reunion!Watch Video »
Tats for Love
From Heidi Klum and Seal to Ryan Sweeting and Kaley Cuoco, see which stars got tattoos for love.Watch Video »
Miranda Lambert meets Honey Boo Boo and takes to social media to share photos of their encounter on today's Celebs Gone Social.Watch Video »
Royal Beach Bods
Check out the hottest royals enjoying their beach vacations.Watch Video »
Shailene Woodley and the stars of "Divergent" chat phobias and on-set injuries at the film's world premiere.Watch Video »