Feb 12

Jennifer Lawrence looks great in every single one of these GLAMOUR photos! They definitely know how to do a good photoshoot. I can’t wait until hi-resolution photos of this fabulous photoshoot are leaked!

Feb 12

Check out the beautiful Jennifer Lawrence in the special Hollywood Edition of Vanity Fair.

Feb 12

Check out this cool article interview of Jennifer Lawrence by Spin Magazine!

Of your Hunger Games costars, who had the best taste in music? Josh [Hutcherson] introduced me to dupstep, which I hadn’t even heard of before. He started playing SKRILLEX and BASSNECTAR. It made my brain short-circuit in this great way. I would’ve never thought that I’d like that, but I loved it.

Name a song that has helped you over a break-up? One time I was upset and I didn’t want to cry in my car because then everyone stares at you. And “Survivor” by DESTINY’S CHILD came on and made me feel so much better.

When you were growing up in Kentucky, did your parents object to anything you listened to? No. I liked THE BEATLES and QUEEN. “Another One Bites the Dust” was my favorite song.

Feb 12

Jennifer Lawrence on the cover of Total Film Magazine as Katniss Everdeen from The Hunger Games!

Feb 12

I love closeup photos of Jennifer Lawrence! She looks as beautiful as ever in these photos as a brunette for The Hunger Games. This photo comes from the photoshoot for the cover photo of The Hollywood Reporter.

Feb 12

Jennifer Lawrence looks fabulous in all black! Check out this upcoming issue of The Hollywood Reporter about The Hunger Games movie!


Numerous actresses were considered for the lead — among them Hailee Steinfeld (True Grit), Shailene Woodley (The Descendants) and Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine) — but Ross never felt he had the right person. Then he met Lawrence, fresh off an Oscar nomination for Winter’s Bone, the 2010 indie release that put her on the map. But Lawrence hesitated, aware this could take her from being respected by her peers to the center of a pop-culture tornado — precisely the fate that had befallen Stewart with Twilight. “It was the middle of the night in England, and I was in bed when I got the call,” she remembers. “And I was so in love with the books and the script, and suddenly it was right in my face — and the size of the decision was terrifying.”

Her mom helped in the decision. “I called my mom and she called me a hypocrite, because when I was doing indie movies and everyone was asking why I didn’t do studio movies, I said, ‘The size of the movie doesn’t matter.’ And she said, ‘Here’s a movie you love and you were thinking of turning it down because of its size.’ I thought, ‘I don’t want to miss out because I’m scared. Me being scared, I never want that to stop me fromdoing something.’ But I knew in my heart that I wanted it — it was about working out all the fears.”

What? I can’t believe it took Jennifer Lawrence 3 days to say yes to the biggest film of 2012 The Hunger Games!

Lawrence’s salary for the first film is a modest $500,000 (about what Stewart received for the first Twilight), plus “escalators,” bonuses based on the movie’s performance.

Those escalators better be good because I believe Jennifer Lawrence deserves much more then that for a multi-million dollar film like The Hunger Games.

Ross already is committed to the first sequel, Catching Fire, which he hopes to start shooting in September from a script by Simon Beaufoy (Slumdog Millionaire), and the three young stars all are signed up for the full franchise.

Good News is Jennifer Lawrence will be the ONLY Katniss Everdeen to grace the movie screens anytime soon.

On the last day of her six-week training phase, in which she’d become an expert at using a bow and arrow, climbing and jumping, Lawrence hit a wall — literally. “I had to do 10 ‘wall runs,’ where you run at the wall as hard as you can to get traction,” she recalls, explaining that her trainer would make her race at a wall with maximum speed to gain the momentum needed to propel her up. “I ran at it and my foot didn’t go up, so I caught the wall with my stomach. My trainer thought I had burst my spleen. I had to get a CAT scan and go into a tube where they put this fiery liquid in your body.” Fortunately, she was in great shape from her previous film. “I was still pretty bulked up from X-Men: First Class,” she says. “So a lot of the training was getting muscle back, heightening the muscles without building them. I loved the archery — well, I have a love-hate relationship with it.” With her trainer holding her hand, Lawrence learned she was badly bruised but nothing was broken — and work could continue.

OMG, I’m so glad Jennifer Lawrence didn’t get hurt too badly. Training can be tough and I’m glad she pulled through!

Read the full article at The Hollywood Reporter!

Jan 12

Jennifer Lawrence on the cover of Vanity Fair with Jessica Chastain, Rooney Mara, Mia Wasikowska, Elizabeth Olsen, Adepero Oduye, Shailene Woodley, Paula Patton, Felicity Jones, Lily Collins, and Brit Marling!

Jan 12

Read this great article about Jennifer Lawrence’s upcoming film The Hunger Games in March’s issue of Empire Magazine! Make sure you pick up your copy while it’s still on news stands!

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