Jennifer Lawrence Not Playing “Blonde Bond,” Despite Report
Jennifer Lawrence is NOT in talks to play “Blonde Bond,” despite a new tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk this rumor. We’re told it’s “not true.”
According to the New York Post, Sony’s Columbia TriStar Pictures is producing a movie based on the true story of American spy Betty Pack, who worked for British Intelligence during World War II, and used her beauty and sexuality to gain classified information. Pack was given the nickname “Blonde Bond” in a Time magazine obituary and also credited with “changing the entire course of the war,” thanks to her ability to charm unsuspecting men into divulging the enemy’s secrets.
Unfortunately, those hoping to see Lawrence portray the sexy secret agent on the big-screen will have to wait for the time being. We’re exclusively told by a source close to Lawrence that the New York Post story is “not true.” The actress already has several films lined up, and the Pack biopic currently isn’t one of them.
Instead, Lawrence is attached to star in an untiled Darren Aronofsky project, as well as the Steven Spielberg war drama, It’s What I Do, in which she plays a wartime photographer whose held captive by the Libyan Army in 2011. Additionally, Lawrence and Amy Schumer co-wrote a comedy in which the two will star. The actress has a very busy schedule, but a role as “Blonde Bond” isn’t on it.