Jennifer Lawrence And Darren Aronofsky Relationship Update: Serious, But Also Not That Serious

August 2, 2017 / Posted by:

We’re on the cusp of a promo tour for mother!, the horror film directed by Darren Aronosky and starring his girlfriend, actress Jennifer Lawrence (maybe you’ve heard of her). And with that comes many more potential stories of barfing, pissing, rubbing her ass on things, but also many updates on Jennifer’s relationship with Darren. Strap in, it’s going to be a busy couple of months.

A source has been talking to E! News about Jen and Dar’s almost year-old relationship, and they’d like you to know we can now upgrade them to “getting serious,” and possibly in love. I know, I too can hardly contain my excitement!

“Things are getting serious with them. They are so in love with each other.”

What really connects the two of them is their shared sense of humor, adds the source. “Jennifer always cracks jokes and Darren just gets her humor. They laugh all the time!”

The source goes on to say that Jennifer and Darren had an “amazing dynamic” on set while filming mother! last year. Was the dynamic that he told her where to stand, and then she would go stand there, and say the lines, and he’d yell “Cut! That was great.” Because I think that might be most actor-director dynamics?

But back to their relationship. They’re reportedly getting serious and allegedly love each other. So will Jennifer make Darren her first husband? Eh, maybe.

The source says that the two have indeed discussed their future together but are “not in any rush to get married.” However, marriage is “something Darren would love.” The insider also noted that, “[Darren] adores Jennifer so much.”

An almost-50 dude that is head-over-heels for a hot blonde in her mid-20s? How unheard of. What’s not surprising, is that Jennifer and Darren aren’t in any rush to get married. Of course they’re not. Awards season is, what, five months away? They still have to get in a couple appearances first before she shows up on a red carpet with a ring. Getting publicity is a marathon, not a sprint.


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