Want a role in a major Hollywood motion picture? Better hope Jennifer Lawrence passes.


THR: The Starlet 'Pecking Order'

THR INFORMALLY surveyed major agents, execs and producers to determine which young actresses gets offered drama and comedy/action roles first. Then if, she passes, who gets offered — and so on. Not surprisingly, Jennifer Lawrence topped both lists.

DRAMA
1. Anne Hathaway, 30 & Jennifer Lawrence, 23

If they pass on the movie, the call goes to:

➞ Jessica Chastain, "36"

The Zero Dark Thirty star's upcoming credits include the Christopher Nolan sci-fi flick Interstellar and the World War II Oscarbait film The Zookeeper's Wife. If she passes on a movie, the call goes to…

➞ Natalie Portman, 32

Portman will be jumping back into her role as Jane Foster in Thor: The Dark World and also has a part opposite Christian Bale in Terrence Malick's upcoming drama Knight of Cups. If she passes on a movie, the call goes to…

➞ Michelle Williams, 33

Williams stars in the upcoming war drama Suite Francaise as well as in the upcoming Joshua Marston thriller The Double Hour.


COMEDY/ACTION
1. Jennifer Lawrence, 23

Jennifer Lawrence, once again at the top of the list, reprises her role as Katniss in the Hunger Games sequel The Mockingjay - Part 1. She also earned an Oscar for the dramedy Silver Linings Playbook earlier this year. If she passes on a movie, the call goes to…

➞ Emma Stone, 24

Coming off the animated comedy The Croods and crime drama Gangster Squad, will step back into her role as Gwen Stacey in the upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man 2. If she passes on a movie, the call goes to…

➞ Scarlett Johnasson, 28

The actress will be the voice of Joaquin Phoenix's inanimate love interest in Spike Jonze's Her. If she passes on a movie, the call goes to …

➞ Amy Adams, 39

Adams appears in American Hustle this year alongside fellow A-listers Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper and Christian Bale and will be reprising her role as Lois Lane in 2015's Batman vs. Superman.


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