Movie fans who didn’t see the film when it was released earlier this summer are getting a big shock now that it’s available to watch on Netflix in the US.
This is a bit of a spoiler if you haven’t seen it yet, but Jennifer Lawrence goes completely naked in her comedy No Offense.
The scene itself is certainly shocking and seems to come out of nowhere as she deals with a group of young men who stole her clothes as a joke.
Up to this point in the charming, if slightly foul-mouthed comedy, we’ve followed the quirky rom-com unfolding between J-Lo and her scene-stealing co-star Andrew Bart Feldman.
That’s why Jennifer’s fully nude scene seems even more shocking.
“Jennifer Lawrence naked in No Offense? What the hell,” one wrote.
“I wasn’t even remotely paying attention to the movie I was putting on at work and suddenly I look at Jennifer Lawrence beating up naked teenagers on the beach and getting her pussy punched,” a fan rudely wrote on the website.
Another wrote: “Jennifer Lawrence is hilarious as hell in No Offense.” She’s completely fearless, baring all kinds of butt and foul-mouthed truck driver. If I didn’t respect her so much, I would probably ask her to marry me.”
A fan joked: “Never thought I’d see Jennifer Lawrence’s naked body hitting a child on the beach, but maybe nature is a healer.”
“Why does Jennifer Lawrence fight naked in this movie?” another said.
However, the nude scene was no secret to anyone – Jennifer herself even spoke about it publicly.
“Everyone in my life and on my team is doing the right thing and asking, ‘Are you sure? Are you sure? Are you sure?” she told Variety this year. “I didn’t even think twice. It was fun for me.”
Some fans wondered why Jennifer, who won an Oscar in 2013 for Silver Linings Playbook, chose two fully nude scenes in this context.
One fan wrote on #NoHardFeelings that it was incredibly confusing. You won an Oscar girl, what the hell made you say yes to that?
Another simply asked: “Did I really just watch Jennifer Lawrence fight in the nude?” What the hell is this? Girl, no.
No Hard Feelings was released in theaters on June 23 and arrived on Netflix in late October.
She plays Maddie Barker, an Uber driver and bartender who answers a Craigslist ad to help the Barkers, the wealthy parents of 19-year-old Percy Barker, an awkward guy with no experience with girls and an outgoing personality.
They promise her their Buick Regal in exchange for a date with him.