Jennifer Lawrence is ready to transform into Katniss again.
The actor told Variety in an article published Friday that she’d “totally” return to the “The Hunger Games” film franchise as character Katniss Everdeen if given the opportunity.
“If Katniss ever could ever come back into my life, 100 percent,” she said when asked if she was interested in returning to the role.
Lawrence famously starred in all four “Hunger Games” installments. The first movie premiered in 2012. She will not appear in an upcoming prequel for the franchise, “The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes,” which is set to hit theaters in November.
But Lawrence may need to trade in her flip-flops if she plans to pick up a bow and arrow anytime soon.
The Oscar winner made headlines after she made an accidental statement wearing flip-flops at the Cannes Film Festival last month.
Lawrence, who stars in the upcoming comedy “No Hard Feelings,” was praised for wearing flip-flops on the festival’s red carpet. Some people apparently thought the actor was protesting the festival, which has been accused of encouraging women to wear heels.
“I was not making a political statement, not that I wouldn’t,” she told Entertainment Tonight on Thursday, later adding, “My shoes were a size too big.”
She said, “I put on the flip-flops, and then everybody’s like, ‘What a statement! Wow!’”