Jennifer Lawrence has more than made a name for herself in Hollywood. In 10 short years, she has starred in 20 feature films, earned over 183 acting award nominations and even nabbed an Oscar in 2013. Still, a new report suggests she may be having trouble getting news jobs, and it’s not for a lack of talent. It’s reportedly because of her “asking price.”

In the Feb. 24 print issue of OK! Magazine, the outlet reports that Lawrence, 29, who is worth a reported $130 million, is “not willing” to sign onto a project “unless the price is right.”

“These days her $18 million asking price has become her own worst enemy,” a source told the magazine. The insider added that after a few failed box office attempts, including 2018’s “Red Sparrow” and 2019’s X-Men outing “Dark Phoenix,” she isn’t getting offers that fit her monetary requirements.

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“The offers aren’t rolling in like they used to but she refuses to back down,” shared a source, adding, “She thinks she’s worth every dime and has the trophies to prove it.”

So, what’s her plan? The magazine shared that after recently wrapping the Indie flick “Red, White and Water,” Lawrence hopes she “earns enough praise to get her back to her peak salary.”

And while OK! reports that Lawrence is having issues getting her desired pay for roles, it does not appear she is having trouble getting cast. Her current lineup includes the true-crime story “Mob Girl,” which she will also produce; Adam McKay’s Netflix comedy “Don't Look Up,” and “Bad Blood,” a take on the controversy surrounding Theranos ex-CEO Elizabeth Holmes.

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U.S. actress Jennifer Lawrence poses during a photocall prior to the Fall-Winter 2019/2020 Ready-to-Wear collection fashion show by Christian Dior in Paris, on Feb. 26, 2019. Getty Images/THOMAS SAMSON