Jennifer Lawrence Is Done With ‘X-Men’ Franchise After ‘Apocalypse’ (Video)

The 24-year-old Oscar winner began playing Mystique in prequel “First Class”

Jennifer Lawrence only plans to strip down and suit up as shape-shifting mutant Mystique one more time for “X-Men: Apocalypse.”

“It is my last one, actually,” Lawrence told MTV News during an interview alongside Bradley Cooper at the red carpet premiere of “Serena.”

The 2016 release will be Lawrence’s third appearance in the franchise after starring in “X-Men: First Class” and “Days of Future Past,” which grossed over $748 million worldwide.

For those wondering why Lawrence has decided to bail on the 20th Century Fox franchise, they’ll have to wait for another interview; Lawrence didn’t elaborate on the bomb she casually dropped.

Meanwhile, Cooper dropped another: he’s never seen “Dumb & Dumber.”

“You love ‘Dumb & Dumber,'” Cooper said to Lawrence. “I’ve never seen it.”

“X-Men: Apocalypse,” which Bryan Singer is directing, will hit theaters on May 27 next year. Rose Byrne, who starred in “First Class,” will return along with James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender and Nicholas Hoult.

Newcomers include Oscar Isaac, who is set to play the titular villain, and Kodi Smit-McPhee, who will play a young version of Nightcrawler.

Watch the interview.