Jennifer Lawrence doesn't care if you don't like her new movie 'Mother!'

She not just tore her stomach from shouting so much, yet she additionally separated a rib amid one especially tiring scene.

Mother! Scored a rare CinemaScore of an F grade.

The film, which stars Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem, is nearly entirely allegorical in nature, and many people have been coming away from the movie with divergent takes on what it all means. Despite his bravado, the director, who is dating his leading lady Jennifer Lawrence, does wish people would acknowledge the effort put into the project, notably the lack of score and the three camera shots used throughout the whole story; on Lawrence's face, over her shoulder and her point of view.

The disastrous debut officially ranks as the lowest opening weekend for a Jennifer Lawrence led movie.

Although "mother!" is definitely a disturbing film, it's not Aronofsky's most disturbing. Noah was not a righteous man but rather evil, portrayed as an uncaring madman who wanted to murder his grandchildren as they came out of the womb. As Aronofsky went on in his interview with Collider, people are "getting the more traditional muse and the creator marriage, suddenly being invaded by all these outside forces and the terror of that-that's like a good level to get it on. I just want us to all stop arguing with each other over silly politics and all just realize that we all have only one home".

She replied, "The best thing is that I get to make movies and I get to do the only thing I am good at, and the worst thing is cellphones, because they all have cameras in them". Always to E!News, she confessed to have had trouble to manage her sudden fame: " Now I understand. I'm not sure if this is supposed to take place the way it is.

In its opening weekend, "mother!" earned $13.5 million in the global box office, according to Box Office Mojo. "Presently I find out about their identity, yet at the time, I didn't know their identity", Bardem revealed to MTV News reporter Josh Horowitz at the NY squeeze day for the film. News' Catt Sadler about her most recent role in Aronofsky's Mother! and how her personal "pangs of motherhood" are not as strong as they once were. I just didn't know if I would be able to do that, if I would just look like I was miscast, if it was just going to be awkward and then I was insecure during the whole shoot of just like, 'What is this looking like?

  • Kyle Peterson