Speaking about one particular scene in a car, which J. Law described as "hell," she said, "It was the most annoying day in my life. [Leo and Timothée] drove me crazy that day."
"I don't know what it was," Jennifer told Stephen Colbert. "Timothée was just excited to be out of the house [after the pandemic lockdown]. I think it was, like, his first scene. And Leo had picked the song that was playing in the car and was just, like, 'You know, this song was about, you know, blah, blah, blah.' "
The Oscar-winning actress added, "I just remember being in absolute misery that day. It was hell."
Despite the PTSD of that day, Jennifer anointed the cast of the movie, including Leo and Timothée, as "cool."
The film is Jennifer's first since 2019's "X-Men: Dark Phoenix."
Speaking of her time away from Hollywood, the actress noted, "I think the things I learned are so deep and profound … that I don't want to tell you. I mean, it was really nice."
The expectant mom continued, "I've always found comfort in a schedule and doing something and being somewhere, and just kind of the comfort of being on set where the world is one thing and very organized. I think coming out of the 'Hunger Games' and all of that, it was nice. I took a break and nobody really cared and it was quiet. I got to feel like I could become a part of the world again without fanfare. Literal fanfare."