If the next time you run into Jennifer Lawrence she acts straight-up rude, know that it isn't your fault—it's kind of her thing.
For Variety's awards season series Actors on Actors, J.Law spoke with Adam Sandler (he's a serious actor. Seriously.) and the two discussed the agony and the ecstasy of fame. They compared notes on how to deal with strangers who thing they know them because they like their movies.
"Once I enter a public place, I become incredibly rude. I become a huge asshole," she said.
"That's my way of defending myself."
Same thing happens when somebody asks for a selfie.
For his part, Adam Sandler said that when a fan around his age asks for a pic, "I always say, 'You don't want that, man.'"
Lawrence also talked about chilling with one of her best friends, Amy Schumer. Because Schumer is a comedian, Lawrence says, strangers especially think they're BFFs (I know all about Schumer's boyfriends and farts, but it's because I'm a fan, not a friend.