Jennifer Lawrence brings her captivating gaze to her third Dior campaign. Short hair tousled and wind-swept, the actress was photographed by Patrick Demarchelier as she cradles the chain-handled Miss Dior bag. The print campaign is slated to break in Marie Claire in the U.K. on Thursday, followed by the April issue of Vanity Fair in the U.S.
Dior is to feature the images on its Web site at dior.com from Wednesday, including a video in which Lawrence talks about visiting the house’s ateliers to select her couture dress for Oscar night on March 2. “Now I get the haute couture thing,” she tells the camera, concluding: “It’s a big deal.”
Gallery link: Miss Dior Spring 2014
Jennifer Lawrence attended the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, last night (January 12), and received her second Golden Globe for her role as needy housewife Rosalyn Rosenfeld in crime comedy American Hustle .
Lawrence beat off competition from Kenyan rising talent Lupita Nyong’o for 12 Years a Slave, Julia Roberts for August: Osage County, June Squibb for Nebraska and English actress Sally Hawkins for Blue Jasmine.
“Extra’s” AJ Calloway caught up with “American Hustle” stars Jennifer Lawrence, Christian Bale, and Bradley Cooper as they promoted the upcoming film.
Christian talked about gaining over 40 pounds for the role, saying that he was no longer Batman, but “Fatman,” before returning to his normal weight after filming. Jennifer talked about her annoyance at how quickly Christian was able to drop the pounds.
Bradley Cooper chatted about the inspiration behind his wild hairdo in the movie, and whether he would show up to the awards shows this season in his full “American Hustle” getup.
J. Law tells MTV News normally wears bras, but had to forgo them for David O. Russell’s 1970s-era film.
“American Hustle,” David O. Russell’s latest directorial effort following last year’s critically acclaimed “Silver Linings Playbook,” is notable not only for its script and performances from the likes of Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence, but also for its bananas aesthetic. Set in New York and New Jersey of the 1970s, the cast is decked out in the full finery of the era, which means they’re often short on supportive undergarments.
MTV News’ Josh Horowitz caught up with the film’s stars this weekend in NYC, where Lawrence made it known that she was aware of how memorable her costumes would turn out to be.
“I normally wear bras,” Lawrence deadpanned.
Asked if she liked being done up in big hair and ’70s garb, the Oscar winner was similarly dry: “I wouldn’t say that it’s ever exciting to see yourself without a bra in a dress that’s three sizes too small for you.”
And since the costumes were period-appropriate, she said, she couldn’t make character rationalizations that would have her donning an underwire. “Exciting, I don’t know,” she said of going braless. “It was freeing.”
Of course, since it doesn’t count as a conversation with Lawrence unless she gets some goofs in, she ribbed Horowitz when he admitted that in his notes while watching the film, he “wrote ‘hair’ and I wrote ‘boobs’.”
“That was just you zoning out,” the star teased Horowitz. “And I bet it said ‘boobies,’ not even ‘boobs.’ ”
“American Hustle,” starring Amy Adams, Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence, hits theaters Dec. 20.
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