Jennifer Lawrence was one of thousands of attendees at the San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend and got a chance to interview Jeff Bridges after she interrupted the actor while he was talking to Extra.
Lawrence approached Bridges while he was giving an interview with Extra and realized that Bridges and the Extra crew noticed her, causing her to blush and become noticeably flustered.
"Oh my God, I'm like your biggest fan, I'm so sorry," Lawrence said as she gave Bridges a hug. "I'm so sorry for interrupting you, there's cameras everywhere."
"What's your favorite movie you've ever done?" Lawrence continued. "Who's your favorite character? Does it rhyme with 'The Shmude'?"
Lawrence was at Comic-Con to promote two of her upcoming films, "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" and "X-Men: Days of Future Past." While it was widely known before video emerged of the interview, Lawrence does seem to be a genuine fan of Bridges and his work in "The Big Lebowski."
Lawrence was not the only star to have a little fun while at the huge convention. Bryan Cranston, star of the hit drama "Breaking Bad," decided to interact with his fans while wearing a mask of the character he plays, Walter White. Because of the lifelike mask, Cranston was able to go among the conference unnoticed.
Bryan Cranston's mask was a replica of Walter White, and came complete with a bald cap to imitate the methamphetamine dealer's lack of hair during several seasons of the show. Cranston has hair, but was able to fool fans into taking pictures of him and talking to him while keeping his distinct voice in a "higher register," he said.
Eventually, Cranston revealed himself during the panel discussion for "Breaking Bad." Once safely out of reach of the fans' reach, he removed the mask and fans yelled with excitement.
"So it was fun meeting you, and you met me!" he said.