After revisiting her indie roots with last year's Causeway, Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence now tries her hand at something new: An R-rated studio comedy. Lawrence plays Maddie, a car-less Uber driver who answers an online ad to "date" a socially awkward 19-year-old (Andrew Barth Feldman). Based on a real Craigslist ad, the raunchy comedy hails from Bad Teacher and Good Boys writer-director Gene Stupnitsky.

"There was never a point making this movie where I thought we didn't go far enough," Lawrence explains. "Gene and I were both really on the same page about wanting to push that envelope... That is what we set out to do."

Watch the video below for some exclusive blooper moments. No Hard Feelings hits theaters on June 23.


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