Amandla Stenberg Says Jennifer Lawrence Taught Her 'How To Pee In The Woods'

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Oct. 11 2018, Published 7:45 p.m. ET

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Amandla Stenberg hopped on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday, October 10 to talk about her new film, The Hate U Give. But she also reminisced about her Hunger Game days when co-star Jennifer Lawrence taught her a thing or two on the set about nature. Keep reading for more details.

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When the actress was only 12-years-old in 2012, JLaw taught her “how to pee in the woods.” She explained how the Oscar winner educated her on the right way to do it since she's from Kentucky.

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“I’ve definitely used it a few times,” the Everything, Everything star said. “Let me write that down. I’ve got to call her for that,” host Jimmy Fallon joked.

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The co-stars haven't met up in a while but Amandla said they saw each other at brunch not long ago. However, the American Hustle actress didn't recognize her.

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“She didn’t recognize me for a second. And then she was like, ‘Oh my god, you have boobs!’ I was like, ‘Wow I do? I blocked out puberty,'" she explained.

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Amandla also talked about her new drama, The Hate U Give. The film hits theaters October 19 and stars A-Listers like Common, Regina Hall, K.J. Apa and Anthony Mackie.

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Will you be seeing Amandla in her new movie? Sound off in the comments below!


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