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Spoiler alert: This post contains minor spoilers for No Hard Feelings.

If you've already seen No Hard Feelings, there's probably one scene you just can't stop thinking about.

The coming-of-age comedy stars Jennifer Lawrence as Maddie, a 32-year-old barmaid/Uber driver who is about to lose her family home and is in financial ruin.

But when she finds a Craigslist ad looking for an experienced woman to date a wealthy couple's inexperienced 19-year-old son, she answers the ad and is soon attempting to woo the socially awkward Percy (Andrew Barth Feldman).

In one scene, the pair go out for dinner before heading to the beach to skinny dip. While they're in the water, three teenagers steal their clothes.

That's when... it happens.

There's one scene from No Hard Feelings fans just can't stop thinking about.
Sony Pictures Entertainment

A fully nude Jennifer Lawrence stalks out of the water and runs up to the teens and fights them.

Yep, it's a full frontal fight scene.

After seeing the film a lot of people wanted to know whether Lawrence used a body double or whether that was all her.

And now Lawrence has answered their question.

Speaking to Variety, Lawrence said she didn't think twice about doing the scene, even though her 'people' were hesitant.

“Everyone in my life and my team is doing the right thing and going, ‘Are you sure? Are you sure? Are you sure?’” she said.

“I didn’t even have a second thought. It was hilarious to me.”

Lawrence told the publication the scene took about a day to film after 'a lot of rehearsal'.

Jennifer Lawrence and co-star Andrew Barth Feldman.
Sony Pictures Entertainment

It's just one of the many awkward, unexpected scenes in the movie. Feldman said that despite the film's content, it was always fun to shoot.

“Every situation that these characters end up in, you’re laughing your butt off,” he told Variety.

“We became so close instantly that nothing ever felt weird or unsafe. It was entirely professional.

“On Day One, we were telling each other our deepest darkest secrets and it only got deeper from there."

No Hard Feelings is out in cinemas now.

Featured Image Credit: Sony Pictures

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