Jennifer Lawrence starring in “No Hard Feelings” revealed that her mother once sold her toilet to Hollywood producer Lee Eisenberg.
In Jennifer Lawrence’s latest film, “No Hard Feelings,” Craigslist plays an important role both on-screen and in an intriguing personal story. The film follows Lawrence’s character, who answers a Craigslist ad, a couple seeking a woman for their 19-year-old son named Percy.
Adding to the specifics, Lawrence shared a story about her mother’s selling her broken toilet on Craigslist. Surprisingly, director Gene Stupnitsky’s longtime writing partner, Lee Eisenberg, had connections to the film. Although Lawrence mentions that this event happened “years ago”, the exact time remains unknown. Whether this was during her pre-fame days or involved shopping for a “celebrity toilet” is uncertain.
When asked about her mother’s motive for selling the toilet on Craigslist, Lawrence jokingly replied to People magazine, “I don’t know. I’m like, ‘I broke it.’ My mom sold it for me.” Additionally, Lawrence thanked “No Hard Feelings” for bringing the story to her attention.
However, soon after Lawrence shared the anecdote, Eisenberg took to Instagram to deny its authenticity. She captioned her post, “So proud to be a part of Hollywood stories. While the story is completely untrue, it’s a thrill to be part of the cultural conversation. I never bought Jennifer Lawrence’s old toilet, but maybe it’ll open up.” Will go.” Door.”
Reaction to Eisenberg’s statement was mixed, with some convinced of his involvement and others speculating whether it was a creative ploy to generate publicity for “No Hard Feelings” via news outlets.