Jennifer Lawrence looks shaky on her rollerblades while filming movie

Jennifer Lawrence was busy at work on Sunday afternoon in Long Island, New York.

The Oscar-winning actress was seen trying her best on roller skates during a workout on a busy street. The star seemed to be in a panic as she ran as fast as she could on her skates.

The 32-year-old blonde beauty has been filming the new movie No Hard Feelings in the area for the past few weeks.

Easy does it: Jennifer Lawrence was busy at work on Sunday afternoon on Long Island in New York

Easy does it: Jennifer Lawrence was busy at work on Sunday afternoon on Long Island in New York

Feeling frustrated: The Oscar-winning actress was seen trying her best while on roller skates during a workout on a busy street

It's not a smooth ride: The star seemed to be in a panic as she went as fast as she could on her skates.

Sense of frustration: The Oscar-winning actress was seen trying her best on roller skates during a workout on a busy street The star seemed to be in a panic as she went as fast as she could on the skates.

Lawrence wore no helmet and no fence or elbow pads as he struggled down the street.

In New York State, only children under the age of 14 are required to wear helmets when skating, but it is also highly recommended for adults as a safety measure.

Around 40 people die each year from roller skating, Sportsmanist has claimed.

Busy babe: The 32-year-old blonde beauty has been filming the new movie No Hard Feelings in the area for the past few weeks

Busy babe: The 32-year-old blonde beauty has been filming the new movie No Hard Feelings in the area for the past few weeks

The mother-of-one was wearing a red polo shirt that wasn’t completely tucked into her shorts, and a backpack with her long, wavy blonde hair draped over her shoulders as she walked down a street with an anxious look on her face.

She added tan shorts that gave her toned legs a nice look and there was a colorful backpack on her back.

Lawrence, who often goes makeup-free during her free time, was beautifully made up with pink blush.

Painted Lady: Lawrence, who often goes makeup-free during her free time, did a great job of wearing pink blush.

Painted Lady: Lawrence, who often goes makeup-free during her free time, did a great job of wearing pink blush.

Get to work, girl: The mother-of-one wore a red shirt and backpack with her hair down as she walked down a street with an anxious look on her face

Boring Wardrobe – She added tan shorts which gave her toned legs a good look and there was a colorful backpack on her back.

Get to work, girl: The mother-of-one wore a red shirt and backpack with her hair down as she walked down a street with an anxious look on her face She added tan shorts that gave her toned legs a nice look and there was a colorful backpack on her back.

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It was a windy day: the star's hair blew across her face as she stood on a sidewalk.

It was a windy day: the star’s hair blew across her face as she stood on a sidewalk.

The skates were black with turquoise laces while she added pink socks.

She was also seen adding a maroon plush robe over her shoulders during a break from filming.

The artist co-stars alongside Saturday Night Live alum Kyle Mooney, 38, and Hasan Minhaj, 37.

Fun with a crew member: Here Lawrence smiled as he leaned on a crew member while wearing knee and shin guards.

Fun with a crew member: Here Lawrence smiled as he leaned on a crew member while wearing knee and shin guards.

An official synopsis has not yet been released.

But Vogue describes the R-rated sitcom as “a Harold and Maude comedy based on a Craigslist ad in which a mother was looking for someone to date her son before he went off to college.”

Gene Stupnitsky, who introduced Jennifer to her husband Cooke Maroney, 38, co-wrote the script and is directing.

Warming up: She was also seen adding a maroon plush robe over her shoulders during a break from filming.

Warming up: She was also seen adding a maroon plush robe over her shoulders during a break from filming.

There's a lot going on here: Jennifer appeared to have a black coat around her as she wore her gown inside out and was pushed by two crew members.

There’s a lot going on here: Jennifer appeared to have a black coat around her as she wore her gown inside out and was pushed by two crew members.

Thanks to that introduction and her subsequent marriage in October 2019, the Silver Linings Playbook star is now a working mom. The happy couple welcomed her son, Cy, in February.

In a Vogue interview, the outspoken women’s rights advocate shared how motherhood had changed her life.

‘The morning after giving birth, I felt like my whole life had started all over again. Like, now is the first day of my life. I just looked. I was so in love.

‘I also fell in love with all the babies everywhere. Newborns are so amazing. It’s these little pink, bloated, fragile survivors. Now I love all babies. Now I hear a baby cry in a restaurant and I’m like, “Awwww, beautiessss.”

“I left home when I was 14. My relationship with home has always been complicated,” said Lawrence (pictured in 2008 as an 18-year-old)

This comes after she said she never graduated from high school or has a GED.

The star was busy promoting her new movie, Causeway, at the 2022 Toronto Film Festival and opened up about her “relationship with home” while speaking to Entertainment Weekly.

Born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky, Lawrence convinced her parents to allow her to drop out of school at age 14 and pursue an acting career.

Lawrence explained that her new thriller, Causeway, immediately grabbed her because she could relate to the plot and the search for a sense of home.

‘I felt something in my gut when I read this, that immediately, ‘We have to do this’ [feeling]. I identify with that feeling of trying to find your home, of finding where you have a purpose,’ she revealed.

He added: “I left home when I was 14 years old. My relationship with home has always been complicated.”

In Causeway, Lawrence plays an American soldier who returns home to New Orleans after suffering a traumatic brain injury while serving in Afghanistan, according to Variety.

She struggles to return to her daily life with her mother while awaiting her eventual redeployment.

The Hunger Games star has previously been candid about the struggles she had in school as a child, but felt confident that she was born to act.

After taking a short break from acting, Lawrence is back and even gets behind the camera to produce.

The psychological drama Causeway, starring Lawrence and Brian Tyree Henry, is among the films opening world-wide this year at TIFF.

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