The first trailer for Jennifer Lawrence’s new raunchy comedy No Hard Feelings

Oscar-winning star Jennifer Lawrence turns up the lewdness to 11 in the first trailer No offense.

In this coming-of-age comedy, she plays Maddie, an unemployed Uber driver who responds to an online dating ad with animal shelter volunteer Percy – played by High School Musical: Musical: SeriesAndrew Barth Feldman – before he goes to college.

“We were so worried about our son that we want you to meet him. Don’t just date him,” says Percy’s mom (Laura Benanti), while Percy’s fabulously haired father (Matthew Broderick) chimes in, “But also date him…date him hard.

“I’ll date his brain,” Maddie promises.

Jennifer Lawrence, no offense

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From this point on, the sex play is paramount as Lawrence’s character attempts to seduce an awkward teenager.

At one point, he even asks if his “hot dog” can be touched, referring to the dog sitting in his arms.

“So far this kid is unfuckable!” Maddie tells a friend after a series of terrible dates, including mixing iced tea with its Long Island alcoholic counterpart.

Bear‘S Ebon Moss-Bachrach also appears to complete No offense‘ solid casting.

Andrew Barth Feldman, Jennifer Lawrence, no offense

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Last October, Lawrence admitted she suffered a “loss of control” after her massive The hunger Games success.

“Franchising is fun,” she told the BFI London Film Festival. “I could never do that because I’m just too old and fragile.

“[Between] The hunger Games going out and winning an Oscar, I think I became such a commodity that I felt like every decision was a big, big group decision – because I had no idea what the big movie star was doing next or what Katniss Everdeen was supposed to do after Ten.

“When I think about it now, I think of those subsequent years as losing control and then trying to regain control.”

No offense hits theaters on Friday, June 23.

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