Jennifer Lawrence kisses Timothée Chalamet in a VERY passionate scene in new movie Don't Look Up

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Jennifer Lawrence kisses Timothée Chalamet in a VERY passionate scene in new movie Don't Look Up

Jennifer Lawrence kisses Timothée Chalamet in a VERY passionate scene on set of her new movie Don't Look UpBy Tracy Wright For Dailyma

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Jennifer Lawrence kisses Timothée Chalamet in a VERY passionate scene on set of her new movie Don’t Look Up

She was recently injured during an explosive stunt scene while filming her new movie.

And Jennifer Lawrence showed off a different range of emotions while locked in a passionate embrace with co-star Timothee Chalamet in Boston on Monday. 

The 30-year-old actress kissed Chalamet while filming a romantic scene of Don’t Look Up just days after being hit by shattered glass on set of the Adam McKay flick.

Action: Jennifer Lawrence showed off a different range of emotions while locked in a passionate embrace with co-star Timothee Chalamet in Boston on Monday

Action: Jennifer Lawrence showed off a different range of emotions while locked in a passionate embrace with co-star Timothee Chalamet in Boston on Monday

Jennifer’s bright red wig took center stage as she chatted with her co-stars while wearing a leopard print coat and jeans.

She leaned over and wrapped her arms around Timothee before the pair kissed in front of their friends. 

In photos obtained by Dailymail.com last week, Lawrence was spotted holding her face on the ground as several bystanders rush to her aid during filming in Brockton, Massachusetts.

Just a peck: The 30-year-old actress kissed Chalamet while filming a romantic scene of Don't Look Up just days after being hit by shattered glass on set of the Adam McKay flick

Just a peck: The 30-year-old actress kissed Chalamet while filming a romantic scene of Don’t Look Up just days after being hit by shattered glass on set of the Adam McKay flick

Good times: Jennifer's bright red wig took center stage as she chatted with her co-stars while wearing a leopard print coat and jeans

Good times: Jennifer’s bright red wig took center stage as she chatted with her co-stars while wearing a leopard print coat and jeans

A source told Page Six that Jennifer is doing well despite an eye injury after the explosion. 

‘An explosion was set up for a stunt in which glass shatters,’ a source told the site. ‘It was a stunt in which the glass was supposed to shatter — but it injured her.’ 

Filming on the political/disaster movie was reportedly halted on Friday following the incident, but all was seemingly back to normal by Monday. 

Oh no! In photos obtained by Dailymail.com last week, Lawrence was spotted holding her face on the ground as several bystanders rush to her aid during filming in Brockton, Massachusetts

Oh no! In photos obtained by Dailymail.com last week, Lawrence was spotted holding her face on the ground as several bystanders rush to her aid during filming in Brockton, Massachusetts

On the mend: A source told Page Six that Jennifer is doing well despite an eye injury after the explosion

On the mend: A source told Page Six that Jennifer is doing well despite an eye injury after the explosion

Jennifer plays an astronomer who embarks on a high-profile media tour to warn humankind of a rapidly approaching asteroid that is set on a collision course with Earth.

Don’t Look Up will feature a large ensemble cast that includes Lawrence, Leonardo DiCaprio, Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill and Cate Blanchett in principal roles. Chris Evans, Matthew Perry, Ariana Grande, Tyler Perry, Kid Cudi and Rob Morgan are also set to appear.

The project was first announced in 2019 and was originally set to be distributed by Paramount Pictures before Netflix acquired the rights to the film the following year.

Out of this world: Jennifer plays an astronomer who embarks on a high-profile media tour to warn humankind of a rapidly approaching asteroid that is set on a collision course with Earth

Out of this world: Jennifer plays an astronomer who embarks on a high-profile media tour to warn humankind of a rapidly approaching asteroid that is set on a collision course with Earth

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