Jennifer Lawrence made an unplanned appearance in Buffalo this weekend.
A small plane carrying the Oscar-winning actress and "Hunger Games" star was forced to make an emergency landing Saturday at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport after it experienced engine failure, according to E! News.
Helen Tederous, a spokeswoman for the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority, told The Buffalo News that a Beechcraft 400 Beechjet was diverted to the airport in Cheektowaga at 1:15 p.m. Saturday after possible left engine failure.
The aircraft landed safely with two crew members and two passengers on board. She did not identify the passengers, although E! News talked to a Lawrence representative who confirmed that she was on board and was not injured in the incident.
Tederous said that after the landing, the aircraft went to Prior Aviation. The plane was heading from Louisville, Ky., to the Teterboro Airport in New Jersey.
It's not yet clear if or when the plane left Buffalo.