Although none of us can really fathom it, being a celebrity can be a scary thing as some people just automatically assume that they know you and - as such - there may be a lack of boundary there.
At least that's how Jennifer Lawrence and Adam Sandler see it, who sat down for a one-on-one interview with Variety recently. The series, called Actors On Actors, sees Sandler and Lawrence interview one another and share tips on how they dodge people in public. Lawrence's tactic? Be rude. Incredibly rude. Her words now, not ours.
"Once I enter a public place, I become incredibly rude. I turn into a huge a–hole. That’s my only way of defending myself," said Lawrence. For comedians however, it's a different kettle of fish as she believes that people "just assume they’re your best friend," pointing out her pal Amy Schumer as an example.
"I take my dog to the park all the time, to Central Park. As soon as I meet her, we're f--ed." For his part, Sandler agrees and says that when he's out in a restaurant or the like, "people do pull up a chair." To be fair, it's kind of ridiculous bothering someone when they're eating, especially if you think pulling up a chair beside them is the way to do it.
For Sandler however, age has softened him somewhat, joking that he "(sits) them down, I feed them, I let them hang out with my kids... My life’s nearing the end. I want to meet as many people as I can.”
You can watch the conversation in full below.