"X-Men: Apocalypse" will see an influx of new faces into the franchise just as a number of the franchise's leads -- Jennifer Lawrence, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender and Nicholas Hoult -- finish up their initial three-picture contracts. While there's yet to be word as to whether or not any of the quartet will re-up with Fox, Lawrence did speak about her future with the franchise in an interview alongside McAvoy and Fassbender with Yahoo!.
"I'm finishing out my contract, yeah," said Lawrence. "I told Fox not to not ask me." Fassbender then joked that Lawrence wants to have the option to turn them down. Lawrence played along, saying, "I kind of want to bait them with a text and then when they call me, I go, 'Don't call me!' and then hang up. I don't know -- I love doing these movies."
When asked if she wants to continue to be a part of the Comic-Con world after the end of her "X-Men" and "Hunger Games" roles, Lawrence said, "I think so, I want to. I want them to ask me and then I'll see how I feel in the moment when they ask. It might not make sense to a lot of people, but I feel like I'll know when they ask. If I get a pit in my stomach and I feel like I'm going to throw up, I'll say no. If I don't, then I'll ask how much they'll pay me. I don't have everything nailed down like Fassbender! I work more with stomachaches and numbers."
You can check out the interview below
"X-Men: Apocalypse," Lawrence's third -- and, who knows, final? -- outing as Mystique, opens on May 27, 2016.