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Apr 2012

2012-05 Gioia Magazine Jennifer Lawrence
Check out Jennifer Lawrence on the cover of GIOIA Magazine! I’m not the biggest fan of the “slicked hair” look but Jennifer does still look sexy. Be sure to click on the cover to read the article and see a few more photos of Jennifer Lawrence (none of them are new sadly ; (

Apr 2012
Jennifer Lawrence in a sexy shiny black swimsuit for Interview Magazine! Beautiful Interview Magazine Photoshoot of Jennifer Lawrence in an elegant long silver dress. Sexy Interview Magazine Photoshoot of Jennifer Lawrence in some shiny silver dress!

I absolutely love the outfits that Interview Magazine used in this photoshoot of Jennifer Lawrence. It is so hard for me to even begin to pick my favorite pose! Be sure to see all the photos from this fantastic photoshoot of Jennifer Lawrence!

Apr 2012

Take a look at these new photos of Jennifer Lawrence in HEL0 Magazine. She can be seen with her boyfriend and more!

Apr 2012

Check out the beautiful Katniss Everdeen on the cover of this magazine!

Apr 2012

Check out the scans of OK Magazine featuring Jennifer Lawrence and more about The Hunger Games!

Apr 2012

Liam Hemsworth, Jennifer Lawrence, and Josh Hutcherson are all on the cover of Capricho Magazine. Their is also a great article that I cannot understand or read, but that didn’t stop me from enjoying the great mini-skirt photo of Jennifer Lawrence in the outfit she wore to one of The Hunger Games premieres! Be sure to click on the cover above to view all the images from the magazine!

Apr 2012

Check out another Cosmo Girl Magazine cover featering Jennifer Lawrence!

Apr 2012

Check out our beautiful Jennifer Lawrence on the cover of Cosmo Girl Indonesia!

Apr 2012

Check out this cool photo of Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth which was taken by Robert Hanashiro. I really like the blue dress Jennifer is wearing in this photo.

Check out the article this photo was taken for: ‘Hunger Games’ and ‘Twilight’ stoke passions among fans

Women rule both series. The studio found that about 80% of Twilight’s moviegoers are women. This weekend, women made up 61% of Hunger Games moviegoers. Hunger Games had a bigger debut than any Twilight film — 2009’s New Moon marks Twilight’s biggest opener at $142.8 million. Yet Twilight is the ninth-largest franchise, with $2.5 billion worldwide from four films.

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Apr 2012

Jennifer Lawrence on the cover of Interview German Magazine in sexy black lingirie

Read the German Interview Magazine Interview of Jennifer Lawrence and Drew Barrymore translated!

Drew Barrymore: I’ve just been in the vegetable garden, my hands are still dirty. How are you?
Jennifer Lawrence: I’m fine. I just drank three cups of coffee and am a bit jittery now.
DB: I know what you mean. I’ve switched to ice tea to reduce my caffeine intake.
JL: I’d die without coffee.
DB: I know, coffee helps to make the worst situations bearable. Where are you at the moment?
JL: In Minnesota, in my hotel room.
DB: I’m so excited that I get to interview you.
JL: I’m so glad that you were willing to do so. Jodie Foster interviewed me in my previous Interview spread, but that was for the American edition.
DB: I recently met her in a restaurant, my whole body was shaking. She’s amazing. I’ve admired her my entire life…
JL: …and then you meet her and she is so normal. And wonderful. And nice. As if she didn’t even know that she’s our idol.
DB: I always like that the best. There is nothing worse than meeting one of your heroes and then be disappointed by them.
JL: I know. I’ve just met John Stamos, you know, the uncle of the Olsens’ in Full House. I had a little breakdown because I was so excited. He was so charming – if he hadn’t been charming, I would have never recovered from that. It would have ruined my life. Can you imagine: you meet Uncle Jesse and he ISN’T nice?
DB: I recently realized that John Stamos is alarmingly good-looking, he has aged well. And in a very natural way, without any plastic surgery. He hasn’t aged at all.
JL: Absolutely. He was looking so good that I turned into a dirty guy. I was starring at his *ss the whole time. I usually never do that.
DB: You’re starring at his *ss and you feel like a man and not like a woman? That’s interesting.
JL: I had the urge to grab his *ss and be like: “Hey man, what’s up?”
DB: You should’ve done it. I’m sure he would’ve loved it…
JL: …or hewould’ve slapped me in the face…
DB: …but that can also be fun. I’ve read in one of your interviews that you can be quite possessive when it comes to the characters you want to play. You said you often felt like only you really understood them.
JL: Yeah, it may sound a little strange and artsy fartsy, but sometimes I feel like the characters are my soul mates. And by that I don’t mean that I think that I’m the best actress – there are thousands that know more about acting than me. But every now and then I feel like I know and understand a character so well that I can speak for them without it sounding fake or contrived. But that only happens very rarely. So when it happens, I really want to play the part.
DB: When I read that I immediately fell in love with you. I feel exactly the same way. As an actress you know that there are many ways to play a character. But then you read a script and think to yourself: oh please, don’t let that girl look like a victim; she’s strong, I know she is strong. Or: she’s funny and full of life and if someone should dare portray her as being depressive and nasty, you will get in trouble with me.
JL: Yeah, you fall in love with your characters and then you start to imagine all the ways they could be wronged. That was the case when I met Gary Ross, the director of THG, and I told him: “I completely understand when you think I’m the wrong person for this part. But whoever gets it, you mustn’t allow her to make Katniss seem too cool. Although she has to be strong when she shoots her opponents, she’s also sad, desperate and scared. There mustn’t be a single moment in the whole movie in which she isn’t aware of the fact that she could be killed herself.”
DB: If you’ve read a script and know you really want the part, do you get calm or restless so that you can’t sleep all night because you know you will have to fight hard to get the part?
JL: I’m usually calm, but it’s a strange feeling. On the one hand I’m happy that I found this special character, a soul mate, if you wanna call it that. But at the same time I also know that there’s not much I can do to really get to play the part, at least not immediately. Somehow I manage to turn off my mind. I get something to eat and lay down on the couch.
DB: You lie down on the couch to eat – I love you, you’re amazing. You’re everything I want in a man.
JL: Exactly, every time my friends come over, we’re lying on the couch, eat and drink and think: that’s what you imagine a good marriage to be like.
DB: Totally, I feel the same way…peanut butter or marmalade?
JL: Peanut butter.
DB: Great.
JL: Are there even people who only eat marmalade? Without anything on top?
DB: Yeah, me. I recently had to, I was practically forced to.
JL: Why were you forced to eat marmalade?
DB: I had guests over for lunch, it was like a Thai-pasta-peanut butter-extravaganza, in the end there was no peanut butter left. And then, a couple of days later, I was craving something sweet and the only thing left was strawberry marmalade from the Chateau Marmont. I put it on a toast. It was good.
JL:Oh, on toast. Toast changes everything, of course I also like marmalade on toast. But I can eat peanut butter without toast, right out of the glass.
DB: Right? I would love to jump naked into a jar of peanut butter, that would make my day.
JL: When I get my first big check, I want to bathe in a swimming pool full of pasta. Until I can afford that, I’ll stay in my two room apartment and stock up on pasta.
DB: How do you like pasta the best?
JL: With Bolognese sauce, very simple.
DB: I’m currently obsessed with ramen those Japanese noodle soups…
JL: Oh my god, I hadn’t even thought about those. Ramen with chicken, of course, so good.
DB: When I’m in a place I’m not familiar with I google where to find good ramen.
JL: I buy mine at the liquor store around the corner. It’s perfect, there’s alcohol and good ramen. Thinking about it, I shouldn’t move away.
DB: Where do you live anyway?
JL: In Santa Monica.
DB: Would you rather fly around in the sky like a bird or swim in the depths of the ocean like a fish?
JL: Fly like a bird. However, I think it would be much more interesting to watch fish in the ocean than see the world from a bird’s perspective – I bet you’ll get bored after a while. But still, I’d rather fly than swim. It’s complicated. I should be a flying fish.
DB: Imagine to be living in a novel: which male character would you like to be and which female character?
JL: Goodness…for a second I was thinking about a JD Salinger novel, but that’s obviously stupid, nobody would like to live in a Salinger novel.
DB: Because it’s too existential?
JL: Yeah, and add to that the 50s, that’s not for me. For some reason I can only think of people I wouldn’t want to be. For example the mother in We need to talk about Kevin. How about that? I would like to be Jesus from the bible. And Kitty from Anna Karenina. I like how she manages to not look at life as a problem, but to take it without any drama and complications. I admire people like that, who don’t get thrown off the tracks by anything.

Apr 2012

I love this photo of Jennifer Lawrence in Rolling Stone Magazine! She is so sexy in that gold lingerie! Be sure to click Jennifer Lawrence’s sexy ass to see the other scans from this issue of Rolling Stone Magazine!

Mar 2012
Jennifer Lawrence in a sexy see-through dress

Click the sexy Jennifer Lawrence photo above to be taken to the oldest Jennifer Lawrence Photo Gallery online! I really enjoyed this futuristic dress, especially the peek-a-boo skin windows it has all over the place!

Mar 2012

Jennifer Lawrence is so beautiful in these lingerie photographs! I can’t wait until the full photoshoot is leaked online! Click any of the photos of Jennifer Lawrence to see all of the images from Interview Magazine including scans of the article!

Mar 2012

Check out Jennifer Lawrence on the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine AGAIN! Congrats Jennifer Lawrence on all of your success!

Read the excerpt of the Jennifer Lawrence cover story in the April 12th, 2012 issue of Rolling Stone, on stands March 30th.

“Dude!” says Jennifer Lawrence into her cellphone. “I’m lost as fuck! I’ve been driving around for, like, 10 minutes. Where the hell is this place?”

She’s looking for a horse stable. We have plans to go horseback riding in the canyons above Malibu, but neither of us can find the place. I tell her to pull over and I’ll come find her.

The most talented young actress in America is idling on a side street in her white Volkswagen, in blue jeans, a gray T-shirt and designer shades. Her naturally blond hair is pulled back in a loose ponytail, and her elbows are sticking out the open window. She’s famous for playing vulnerable young women with wills of steel, as with her Oscar-nominated turn in Winter’s Bone, or as the bow-and-arrow-toting Katniss Everdeen in the just-released Hunger Games. Right now her face says she means business.

“I have to pee so bad.”

We drive a little more and find the stable, which, it turns out, isn’t a stable, just a red-dirt parking lot where a horse trailer is parked. Lawrence jumps out of the VW and is off like a flash, running off down the trail in search of a bush. Two twentysomething hiker babes in sunglasses and sports bras, SoCal trail chic, do a double take as she sprints past. Was that…?

Lawrence, 21, has a way of making a first impression. Woody Harrelson, her Hunger Games co-star, still remembers their first meeting. “I was on my bus,” he says, “and on my bus I have a yoga swing. Jennifer comes on, and she goes, ‘Hi, Woody, I’m J— is that a sex swing?’ Her first sentence to me.”

Josh Hutcherson, also from The Hunger Games: “When I got cast, she called me up for one of those five-minute ‘Excited to work with you, blah, blah, blah’ things. The conversation started with her saying, ‘Think about a catheter going in – ouch!’ and then turns into a 45-minute rant about zombies and the apocalypse.”

And here’s Zoë Kravitz, who appeared with Lawrence in X-Men: First Class and who is one of her best friends: “I’d met her a few times, and she was like, ‘You should come over and we’ll hang out.’ So I go over to her apartment, and she opens the door in a towel. She’s like, ‘Come in, sorry, you’re early, I was about to shower.’ And she drops her towel and gets in the shower, and starts shaving her legs, totally naked. She was like, ‘Are we here yet? Is this OK?’ And I was like, ‘I guess we’re there!’”

Lawrence finishes peeing in record time (“I’m the fastest pee-er ever,” she says later. “I’m famous for it”) and starts heading back down the trail. She’s barely had time to button her jeans when the two hikers stop her. “I’m sorry to bother you,” one says. “But could I get your autograph? My niece is 15. It would make her year.”

Fifteen-year-old nieces are Lawrence’s sweet spot right now. The Hunger Games trilogy is the biggest teen juggernaut since Twilight, with 24 million copies of the books in print. And since its post-apocalyptic action-packed love story appeals to boys as much as girls, experts are predicting the movie to make approximately a gajillion dollars, with three sequels already in the works.

Back in the parking lot, we meet up with our guide, Jasmin, who introduces us to our mounts for the day. Lawrence gets a white mare named Nay-Nay, who Jasmin says had a cameo in HBO’s Band of Brothers. “Oh!” Lawrence says, petting her on the nose. “You’re famous!”

Mar 2012

Check out the awesome photo IO Donna Magazine used on the cover of their latest magazine! It just so happens to be the same photo we used in the main design of! Check out what Jennifer Lawrence has to say in this interview:

On whether she feels ready for this big change:
Yes, I’m ready, but also terrified. But then how do you feel ready for something you do not know? I … I’m afraid.

On being discovered:
By pure chance. I was 14, I was in New York with my mother, standing on the sidewalk watching a rap-dancer, when a guy with a camera comes up and asks permission to take a picture. ‘Why not?’ my mother says, amused … In New York anything can happen. After a week I got a call at home and was asked to make a commercial. In short, I became a model, but without much enthusiasm. My agent, however, was always there, hammering: ‘Would you rather be a successful model or actress who is starving?’ For goodness sake, I have not had a moment’s hesitation.

On the runaway success of the ‘Hunger Games’ trilogy:
We live in a world obsessed with reality shows, we use the personal tragedies to entertain the audience and we want to shock people to succeed.

On where she sees herself in a few years:
With a family and many children. Acting is my job, but it is only a small part of my life, certainly not the most important. What really counts for me is to build lasting bonds.

If you want to read more you better know Italian!

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