As thrilled as we are to see Jennifer Lawrence in the fourth and final "Hunger Games" film this month, there's a little project on her plate right now that might be even more buzzworthy than J-Law's last stand as the Mockingjay: The movie that she's co-writing and co-starring in with BFF Amy Schumer.
Ever since Jennifer let slip this summer that she and Amy were not just insta-friends but also professional collaborators, we've been basically rabid for any additional news about just what they're up to together.
And on Entertainment Tonight, Jennifer was cagey but willing to confirm Amy's recent comments that their script is "funny," "dirty," and "real."
"It is all of those things," she said.
The actress also revealed a little bit more info about the roles she and Amy are playing, after early reports that they'd be portraying sisters.
"Amy, in this movie, she has it very together. It's her lifelong dream to be a flight attendant. She works at the airport,” Jennifer said. “And I'm a mess."
Airplane jokes and a sloppy J-Law? This sounds so promising already! And perhaps most intriguing of all, Jennifer politely but completely shut down a question about whether her new movie might have room for her "Hunger Games" co-stars Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth by revealing that in terms of meaty roles, this one is just for the girls.
"No, no, no, no, no," she said. "There's not really boys in it."