When Lawrence stopped the MTV News offices in New York and talked about “Hunger Games” and her role in the highly anticipated “X-Men: First Class,” they asked if she’s paid attention to any of the online debate or if the criticisms scattered around the Web (the bulk of which centered around the actress’ blond hair) have affected her in any way.
“No, because the Internet to me is kind of like a black hole, and I never really go on it,” she said. “I wasn’t aware that everybody was so upset until I after I got my hair dyed, and people were like, ‘Oh my gosh, blond hair can turn brown. Wow. It’s a miracle,’ ” she joked.
“So now is the only time that I’m being told that people hated me at first,” she added with a smile.
Most of those hair debates have been silenced, given the fact that Lawrence’s hair has been dyed much darker and fans had their first glimpse of Lawrence as Katniss last week when Entertainment Weekly released the first official photo from set.
Tender-hearted Flavius is described in Suzanne Collins’ novel as having orange corkscrew curls and a purple-lipstick-shellacked pout, whereas stalwart Venia sports aqua locks and gold tattoos above her eyebrows.
Naturally, Kravitz is best known for his music career — he won the Best Male Rock Vocal Performance Grammy four years in a row from 1999 to 2002, breaking the record for most wins in that category and most consecutive wins in one category — with tracks like “Are You Gonna Go My Way,” “Fly Away,” “American Woman,” and “Again.” Over the last few years, however, Kravitz has dipped his multitalented toe into the world of acting, his breakout role being that of compassionate and encouraging Nurse John in “Precious.
When it was announced that Jennifer Lawrence would be playing the role of heroine Katniss Everdene, fans had one question: would she dye her hair brown to match her character’s description in the popular book trilogy?
“Jen will have dark hair for the role, but that’s something movies can easily achieve,” the movie’s director Gary Ross told Entertainment Weekly. “I promise all the avid fans of The Hunger Games that we can easily deal with Jennifer’s hair color.”
And deal they did. The 20-year-old actress has officially transformed from blonde bombshell to brunette warrior, showing off her new hue outside of the Late Show.
What do you think, is she better as a blonde or a brunette?