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Dec 2017

Luca Guadagnino, currently drumming up Oscar buzz for the ravishing “Call Me by Your Name,” will direct Jennifer Lawrence in “Burial Rites,” Variety has learned. Lawrence will produce, as well as star in the true-crime drama. TriStar Pictures, a division of Sony Pictures, has worldwide rights to the picture.

The film draws on Hannah Kent’s 2013 novel of the same name, and centers on Agnes Magnusdottir (Lawrence), the last woman to be publicly executed in Iceland in 1830. Agnes was sentenced to death for killing two men and setting fire to their home. The story takes place as Agnes awaits confirmation of her death sentence by the high court, a period of time that finds her reluctantly forging emotional and romantic bonds, while reflecting on her supposed crimes.

Allison Shearmur, an executive who oversaw development and production of “The Hunger Games” at Lionsgate, and Justine Ciarrocchi will produce with Lawrence. Shearmur most recently produced “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” and is also producing the upcoming “Solo: A Star Wars Story.”

Gary Ross and Jerry Kalajian will executive produce. At one point, it had looked like Ross would direct the film, potentially reuniting him with Lawrence, the star of “The Hunger Games.” An earlier iteration of the project had been set up at Lionsgate. TriStar president Hannah Minghella and Shary Shirazi, a creative executive, will oversee the production for TriStar Pictures. Source

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Aug 2014

Bradley Cooper talks about Jennifer and their movie “Serena”:

SJM: With Serena, does it seem surreal to be working on your third film with Jennifer Lawrence?
COOPER: Jennifer is such a wonderful girl. We’ve had so much fun working together and I’m so proud of her success. She’s one of the most down-to-earth and unpretentious individuals you could ever meet, and it’s such a pleasure to spend time with her. Jennifer is incredibly talented and she’s one of those natural performers who are instinctively good at what they do.

SJM: How did Serena come about?
COOPER: Serena was a fluke, really. Jennifer was attached to it when we were doing Silver Linings. And then I looked at it, and I knew Susanne (Bier), and it was, “Why don’t we just do this together?”

SJM: Have you and Jennifer developed a kind of acting shorthand together?
COOPER: (Laughs) It’s much easier when you have a natural rapport with another actor, and Jennifer and I both know each other so well that we don’t need to think too much about our scenes together. Bier is also an exceptional director and if you look at her films you can see how much sensitivity she brings to the characters in her films. I learned a lot from working with her and I think Jennifer also appreciated being able to be part of this kind of a story.

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Aug 2014
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Daniel Radcliffe talks about Jennifer:

“But I have come to the conclusion now that fame doesn’t make you an a—hole. I got to meet Jennifer Lawrence, and she is one of the most famous people in the f—king world, and could not have been nicer. It’s in you or it isn’t in you. And basically, we are in an industry which facilitates and enables people to be d—-kheads if they want to be, and actually sometimes rewards it. The crazier you are, the more attention you get, or the more leeway you’re granted.”

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Aug 2014
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Zoe Kravitz talks about Jennifer:

“Well, luckily, they’re both very genuine people, so they’re both the same people that I met before. I think that’s what makes people successful, you know? People are attracted to honesty and beauty and all the things these women are. And, they’re talented on top of that. They’re such good actresses, because they’re both just striving to make things honest and true at all times. So, I think that’s why the world’s responded the way it has. It makes me happy to see that the world is recognizing that, and these people deserve it. It’s a beautiful thing to watch.”

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Aug 2014

Pixie Lott (British Singer-Songwriter) about who would play her in a movie about her life.

“I would say Jennifer Lawrence because she is my fave new actress!”

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Aug 2014

Vscore is the only measurement that tracks social listening across all social channels and news sites and correlates it with an actor’s box office and other data across TV and film. Also incorporated are the actor’s nominations and wins in all major award categories, as well as his or her upcoming projects. The score will adjust in real time according to the actor’s recent roles and media coverage.

Top Actresses (as ranked by social mentions, box office, ratings and other criteria)

1. Jennifer Lawrence
2. Angelina Jolie
3. Emma Watson
4. Scarlett Johansson
5. Kristen Stewart

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Aug 2014

Jennifer Lawrence

$34 million

Who says women can’t be action heroes? Just 23 years old, Lawrence is proving that women can be as big a draw for blockbusters as men. “The Hunger Games” is the most successful young adult franchise since “Twilight” and her recent turn as Mystique in “X-Men: Days of Future Past” helped make the movie the highest-grossing of the franchise. Combine that box office prowess with three Oscar nominations and one win and you have the most powerful actresses in Hollywood.

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Aug 2014

Lorde talks about Jennifer:

OK, we’ll stay in suspense. Was there anything specific about the Hunger Games series that attracted you to the project?

Yeah, I think there’s something about the Hunger Games that makes it a very modern-feeling blockbuster franchise. Often you get a heroine in a movie like that and they’re just not cool characters. They’re kind of sappy or kind of boring. But Jennifer (Lawrence) perfectly embodies Katniss Everdeen and you can’t not be interested in that character. She’s so smart and so tough and so brave, but she’s also like, I’m really confused and I don’t know which guy I want to date but like … hold on dude. There’s more important things to do than think about dating. I’ve got to save the world right now. It’s very fresh and modern which I like, but it’s also super youth based. It’s a good set of films.

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Aug 2014

Lea Michele (Glee) talks about Jennifer:

“Professionally, there are so many people I look up to. I believe personal and professional role models are very important and always keep you inspired. I love Barbra [Streisand]! I also love Jennifer Lawrence. I think she’s an amazing actress and a very strong and outspoken women. Those are the kind of women who I admire so much.”

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Apr 2014
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*EXCLUSIVE* Are Jennifer Lawrence and Nicholas Hoult Engaged? **NO WEB, MUST CALL FOR PRICING** **USA ONLY**

Greatest Actor Alive (No. 37): Jennifer Lawrence

Age: 23

Stating the Case: True, the artist known as J.Law may not have the most expansive body of work, but show us another actor with such consistently bravura performances over the past five years.

It was her rough-and-tumble performance in “Winter’s Bone” (2010) that first got everyone wondering who this remarkable young actress was — and where she was going. In no time she was playing a superhero (2011’s “X-Men: First Class”) and, in 2012, Lawrence became an international superstar as Katniss Everdeen in “The Hunger Games.” That year also had Lawrence proving she could still impress the Academy while also being a bona fide movie star with her Oscar-winning performance in “Silver Linings Playbook.”

Following last year’s double header of “American Hustle” (which earned her a Golden Globe and another Oscar nom) and “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” (which earned roughly a bajillion dollars), there’s just no stopping this ultra-talented beauty who’s known as much for her charming (and admirably oddball) off-screen persona as she is for her brilliant on-screen characterizations.

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Nov 2013

David O. Russell, director of such acclaimed films as Three KingsI Heart HuckabeesThe Fighter,Silver Linings Playbook and now American Hustle, was the guest of honor Friday, Nov. 9, for a special tribute celebrating his work at the AFI Fest.

Russell, whose American Hustle is set to hit theaters December 18, has been on fire recently, with his last two films, The Fighter and Silver Linings Playbook, being nominated for a total of 15 Oscars and three wins. The director himself has been nominated for both efforts.

The audience at the AFI tribute excitedly watched the first six minutes of his new film American Hustle.The film stars Christian Bale and Amy Adams, who worked with Russell on The Fighter, as well as Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence, who starred in Silver Linings Playbook.

Before the tribute, Entertainment Tonight caught up with Russell and his leading lady Lawrence at the reception, and the playful duo shared some insights into the new film.

“I was very fortunate to get The Fighter,” Russell, 55, said. “And that became the first chapter in all the work I’m doing right now… Silver Linings, to me, was another chapter of a similar world. Of people, and a family, and a community, and a home, who speak a certain way and who are very emotional and very intense, in ways that I find fascinating.”

“The new movie, American Hustle, is a third chapter of that, to me. It’s the biggest world in a way.”

Russell added. “It’s an extension of these salt of the earth soulful people trying to survive. The people at the beginning of the movie are not in a good place, and they are trying to survive, and that’s what all three movies are about.”

Check out the video for more from Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence, who owes her golden statue to Russell’s film Silver Lining Playbook, including her thoughts on what makes Russell such an amazing director.

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Jun 2012
Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen in "The Hunger Games." (Lionsgate)

Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen in “The Hunger Games.” (Lionsgate)

Running through a battle environment killing teens while a global audience watches in glee doesn’t (one hopes) have much in common with the world we live in. But Jennifer Lawrence — who of course plays Katniss Everdeen in said environment’s “Hunger Games” — thinks the film’s sequel will offer a certain verisimilitude.

“The new movie will be very real, which is what I’m excited about,” she told 24 Frames of “Catching Fire,” which Francis Lawrence will direct. “I really like his take, which is a lot of what I liked in Gary Ross,” she added. “It’s the realistic grasp of the story instead of all the details of the imaginary things.”

Lawrence said she’s met with the director and believes that, overall, he’s trying to continue what Ross started with his adaptation of the first book in the Suzanne Collins’ series. “He’s not trying to reinvent anything,” she said.

The actress begins shooting “Catching Fire” in the fall, with the movie set for a November 2013 release. In the meantime, the Oscar nominee will be seen as the object of other men’s affections.

She recently wrapped “Serena,” a romantic drama set in Depression-era North Carolina in which she plays Serena Pemberton, a not-exactly-sympathetic wife to a timber magnate (Bradley Cooper) as well as the object of another man’s (Rhys Ifans’) affections — a man who it should be said gets violent when things don’t go his way. Lawrence described the plot as “kind of a messed-up love story.” Directed by Susanne Bier and produced by Mark Cuban’s 2929 Prods., the film does not yet have U.S. distribution.

Lawrence, who with her previous roles has mostly stayed in modern (or future) times, said she found the period setting an adjustment.

“If you’re wearing high heels, you feel more posh,’ she said. “It changes everything, even the way you move your body.”

But Lawrence also thought “Serena” a relief after the righteous heroines of “The Hunger Games” and breakout “Winter’s Bone.”

“It’s nice not to have to make excuses for your character, not to always try to rationalize something,” she said. “There’s something totally liberating about dancing around the room just clawing away.”

Source: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/movies/moviesnow/24frames/

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Apr 2012
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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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