Who wants to be Olive Penderghast, anyway? Oh, Jennifer Lawrence, that’s who.While Emma Stone totally killed it in her breakout role as a modern day version of the “Scarlett Letter”‘s Hester Prynne in 2010’s “Easy A,” Lawrence also auditioned for the role.Luckily (?), Stone was the one who snagged it. But J-Law seems to still be a little bitter about the whole thing.Also Read: Jennifer Lawrence Actually Slayed Her 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' Monologue (Video)Lawrence revealed during The Hollywood Reporter‘s yearly actress roundtable, that she “wanted it so bad.” But, alas, the movie just wasn’t in the cards for the young actress, who went on to star in the “Hunger Games” franchise.
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