Okay, we know this looks bad, but don't freak out. The "X-Men: First Class" actress is doing just fine. But at the MTV Movie Awards, Jennifer Lawrence will get an arrow to the head, and as you can see by the picture posted here, she's none too happy about it.
From what we've heard, this image is actually from a sketch Joel McHale recorded for the Movie Awards about an archery coach who is not very well liked in Hollywood. Lawrence and some other celebrities make cameo appearances during the short. Apparently the comedy film is meant to capitalize on the popularity of archery in this year's movie slate -- like, say, in "The Avengers."
"Archery has really come back in a big way, so it seemed like a good thing to do as a jumping-off point for some comedy," Movie Awards short film producer Jordan Rubin told MTV News. "You have 'The Hunger Games,' Jeremy Renner [as Hawkeye] in 'Avengers,' 'Game of Thrones,' 'Snow White and the Huntsman,' also 'Brave' is coming out. It's good comedy fodder, and Jen totally got it. We were so happy she made time."
Lawrence might not fire any arrows in "X-Men: First Class" like she does in "The Hunger Games," but she could always play Mystique who transforms into someone who can fire arrows just for this skit. Heck, Mystique could even transform into Katniss Everdeen! At the MTV Movie Awards, you should never know what to expect.
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