WATCH: Elizabeth Banks tell J-Law she “practically has a penis”

WATCH: Elizabeth Banks tell J-Law she “practically has a penis”

Ever wonder what it would be like to go to lunch with Jennifer Lawrence and Elizabeth Banks?

Well it looks like Elizabeth has invited us along for her youtube series Ask A Badass!

On a scale of “1 to Elizabeth Banks” Jennifer claims that she would only be a level one or two, but we all know she’s as badass as her Hunger Games character Katniss Everdeen, as does Elizabeth.

During the ‘interview’ Banks raves about her successful acting career by hilariously telling Lawrence that she “practically has a penis”

“But you're a guy's girl. Like, you basically have a penis. You have a man's career now," she said.

Jennifer accepted the ‘compliment’ saying that “it feels good” before they moved on to chat about Aqua’s ‘Im a Barbie Girl’ and whether she will grow her hair out.

They also chatted about which Hunger Games character Effie Trinkett (played by Banks) would want in a three-way with her and Katniss but you can watch that here:

Did we tell you how much we love J-Law today?

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