Actress Jennifer Lawrence suffered a scare earlier today when her Private Jet had to make an Emergency Landing due to engine failure. According to FOX News, "Lawrence was flying from Louisville, Ky., when the plane suffered a double-engine failure and was forced to land in Buffalo, N.Y. A rep for Lawrence confirmed that the "Hunger Games" star was uninjured in the incident."

The incident occurred while Lawrence was returning to New Jersey after visiting her family in her hometown of Louisville. While her private jet was in the air, one of the engines gave out at 31,000 feet.

As the jet landed, the second engine gave out as well. Fans and friends all over social media have been thankful that the 26-year-old star made it out unharmed.

Back to work

The news of J Law's private jet incident comes after the star just finished filming a new project by the director of "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," Francis Lawrence. The film is titled "Red Sparrow" which also stars Joel Edgerton. The ordeal surely worried the actress, who has a fear of flying (according to MTV). Fans and friends expressed on social media that they were glad the 26-year-old star was unharmed.

Other projects

Aside from the upcoming "Red Sparrow," J Law has two more movie projects scheduled for release in the near future.

"Mother!" is a thriller directed by Darren Aronofsky, who Lawrence has been rumored to be dating currently. According to ScreenCrush, "Paramount revealed that the official title of the project is Mother, and although it does not have a concrete release date, it will hit theaters sometime next year."

"The Glass Castle" is set to release in theaters on August 11, 2017.

The movie is directed by Destin Cretton. Brie Larson, Woody Harrelson, and Naomi Watts star in the film alongside Jennifer Lawrence.

J Law's success continues

Prior to the 2012 release of "The Hunger Games," Jennifer Lawrence gained recognition for her roles in movies like "Winters Bone" (2010) and "X-Men: First Class" (2011) as the famous character of Mystique.

In 2012, while enjoying the success of the box-office smash "The Hunger Games," Lawrence delivered another great performance in "Sliver Linings Playbook," alongside Bradley Cooper.

Her performance in the film earned Lawrence her first Academy Award for Best Actress. The accomplishment made her the second youngest winner of the award. With her upcoming releases, Lawrence continues to prove why she is Hollywood's highest-paid actress.