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Jul 2014

Those looking to get Jennifer Lawrence’s admirably fit physique might have to look no further than their own childhood. According to her trainer, chiropractic sports medicine doctor Joe Horrigan, Jennifer got in shape for the grueling Hunger Games films by skipping.

Yes, you read that right — skipping.

Horrigan, who reveals Jennifer’s full Hunger Games workout routine in a new interview with Teen Vogue, stresses that when it comes to fitness, cardio is the foundation. According to Dr. Horrigan, “running, cycling (road, mountain, classes, or simply a regular stationary bike), or various aerobic classes such as dance classes and hiking” will all do the trick, though he reveals that Jen’s actual “go-to was skipping.”

“Yes, even skipping counts,” the magazine confirms.

Though of course, 20 minutes of high intensity cardio following a 5 to 10 minute warm-up isn’t all it took to get the 23-year-old in such amazing shape.

Getting Katniss-ready also required lots of strength training that was achieved with high intensity circuit work — doing exercises including bodyweight squats, push-ups and sit-ups for 30 seconds (or 10 to 15 reps) and then moving on to another.

“If you can do any of these exercises for 20 minutes at high intensity, you will see results,” he promises. Horrigan also suggests trying yoga on less intense workout days, as well as staying consistent with the workouts but still mixing it up to keep your body from plateauing.

But perhaps most important? A good attitude like Jennifer’s.

“Jennifer was an utmost professional,” he gushes. “She was never late. She never missed a workout. She never complained. She did everything that was asked of her and she usually did so with a smile.”


Jun 2014

Fox is moving ahead with “Joy,” setting a Christmas 2015 release date for what’s being developed as a potential Jennifer Lawrence vehicle about the inventor of the Miracle Mop. Fox had no further comment.

David O. Russell indicated earlier this year that he was looking to cast Lawrence as inventor-entrepreneur Joy Mangano. Lawrence said last month on “Live With Kelly and Michael” that she was interested in the project.

Russell directed Lawrence in “Silver Linings Playbook” and “American Hustle.”

John Davis and John Fox are producing for Fox-based Davis Entertainment along with Ken Mok. The script has been written by “Bridesmaids” co-scribe Annie Mumolo.

Mangano, who invented the Miracle Mop and Huggable Hangers, is the president of Ingenious Designs and appears regularly on the Home Shopping Network.

Lawrence has been shooting the “Mockingjay” movies in Atlanta and Europe.

“Joy” is the third title to be dated for Christmas, 2015, following Paramount’s “Mission: Impossible 5″ and Fox/DreamWorks’ “KungFu Panda 3.”


Jun 2014
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Sam Claflin talks about Jennifer on July issue of Glamour Magazine UK:

She’s this young, talented klutz who has won an Oscar at such a young age and has the entire world loving her. But she deserves every bit of praise she’s received. I can safely say that she genuinely hasn’t and never will let any of it go to her head. She’s an inspiration to me as much as everyone else and I’ve loved having the opportunity to work with her.

May 2014

In X-Men: Days of Future Past, the U.S. government is terrified that mutants might one day take over. And that’s exactly what they did on Friday, earning an estimated $36 million on the film’s first day in theaters. That debut makes it the third-highest movie opening of the year. (Last weekend, Godzilla crushed the competition with $38.5 million, while Marvel flick Captain America: The Winter Soldier took in a cool $36.9 million in April.)

Starring veteran mutants Patrick Stewart, Hugh Jackman, and Ian McKellan, and X-Men: First Class alums James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, and Jennifer Lawrence, the Bryan Singer-directed time-travel movie was the seventh X-Men film to date — and the most expensive, costing 20th Century Fox an estimated $200 million. EW’s Chris Nashawaty gave it a B+, saying: “Singer’s return in the pretzel-logic pop fantasia X-Men: Days of Future Past is so triumphant because of how effortless he makes connecting the dots seem. It’s an epic that couldn’t be more Byzantine on paper but scans with ease on-screen.” With its opening day gross across nearly 4,000 U.S. theaters, X-Men: Days of Future Past looks to be a bonafide summer blockbuster that will likely continue to dominate over the four-day holiday weekend.

Here’s the top five:
1. X-Men: Days of Future Past– $36 million
2. Godzilla – $8.84 million
3. Blended – $4.41 million
4. Neighbors – $4.2 million
5. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 – $2 million


May 2014

Ever wonder what Jennifer Lawrence does when she gets the hiccups? This reporter just happened to be passing by the Hunger Games star at last night’s celebrity-packed Vanity Fair Cannes Film Festival party when Lawrence cried out, “Seriously, I need some water now.” Attentive Lionsgate handlers rushed to find her some, while Lawrence explained to her posse, “The only thing that ever works for getting rid of hiccups for me is when I drink water and raise my arms over my head and lower them very slowly.” She said this with her arms raised skyward, as if to brace everyone around her with a preview. Then she hiccuped. “I have the water but I need a glass!” said one harried male Lionsgate handler, rushing toward Lawrence with an Evian glass bottle about a third of the way full.

“No glass, she’ll just chug it from the bottle,” said a woman from Lionsgate who seemed to be a JLaw authority.

The bottle passed from hand to hand through the crowd that had gathered out of concern, or perhaps out of curiosity to see if Lawrence is as good at getting rid of hiccups as she seems to be at everything else. The bottle finally landed in the hands of Hunger Games co-star Josh Hutcherson, who’d been standing in front of Lawrence and knew what to do. He raised the bottle to her lips. Lawrence put her arms up straight, and the ritual began.

When Lawrence said she had to lower her arms very slowly, she meant it. I got nervous staring at her, so I looked away, and looked back three times, and she’d barely lowered them past her shoulders. Hutcherson was there for her, pouring water down her gullet, through the whole possibly two-minute affair. She drained the bottle and her arms finally reached her sides. Hutcherson put the bottle down and looked up at Lawrence, who, too, seemed to anticipate that each new breath would bring a hiccup anew. A minute more passed. She and Hutcherson locked eyes and hugged. They’d beaten it.

Lawrence had been making a lot of use of her lungs that evening, which had begun at a lavish Hunger Games: Mockingjay party at a Russian oligarch’s vast villa in Antibes, down the coast from Cannes. (A financier with good information said the owner bought the property for 230 million euros.) There, she’d been sequestered with the rest of the cast in a VIP area, where she passed the time by almost-twerking to Missy Elliot’s “Work It” and backing Hutcherson into a corner with her dance moves, where he dropped into a chair and looked at her in awe as she ground her hips in the air around and over him. They’d all left that early to head to Vanity Fair’s soiree, nearby at the tony Hotel du Cap on a cliff overlooking the sea in Antibes, right around the time that word started circulating that Justin Bieber had mysteriously shown up at the VF party, and no one could be sure how long he’d stay.

Had Lawrence’s Bieber fever engineered the change of venue? Maybe so. The first thing she said upon entering the building, according to Vanity Fair’s Richard Lawson, was “I want to meet Bieber!!!” The magazine happily arranged an introduction, though Lawrence declined to take a photo, wisely realizing that it would have broken the internet. I missed that historic teen idol summit. I first spotted Lawrence, deep in protection of her posse, because she started screaming: “Ahhhhh! Ahhhhh!”

Those were cries of joy; she’d just spotted Alfonso Cuarón in the crowd. “I broke out my rape scream for you!” she cried and grabbed his shoulders and screamed “Ahhhhh!!!” shaking her head like a crazed fan, or a woman in distress, into his face. Cuarón seemed quite pleased with his greeting.

As the party wound down, Lawrence grabbed Hutcherson by the hand (it was a friendly sort of hand-holding) and headed for the exit. Liam Hemsworth, who’d been hanging out with Robert Pattinson for most of the night, came over with a scowl and crossed arms to block their way. “Where do you think you’re going?” he asked, then broke into a grin and gave them big hugs. He stayed longer. Lawrence and Hutcherson headed into the night. Perhaps they had more hiccups to conquer.


May 2014

Lionsgate's "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1" Party - The 67th Annual Cannes Film FestivalThe stars of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay had a case of dance fever Saturday at their big bash at the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival.

Liam Hemsworth was the first to get his groove on to hits by Beyoncé, Michael Jackson and Macklemore and Ryan Lewis.
Then Jennifer Lawrence joined him for a brief wiggle to Robyn.

After that, the Oscar winner really got into some booty shaking when she and Josh Hutcherson danced together to Missy Elliott’s hip-hop anthem, “Work It.”

The party was held at a villa reportedly on the market for 150 million euro ($205 million)! The trio huddled under a tented garden with their co-star Sam Claflin and director Francis Lawrence.

J.Law looked effortlessly fabulous in a sheer black dress and green jeweled earrings, before changing into a black jumpsuit with a gold belt. Her cropped locks were light and loose.

Most guests took a 30-minute shuttle ride to the villa. The stone entryway was lit up with red lights and the franchise’s signature Mockingjay symbol hung above the doorway.

Inside models dressed in goth-like black leather, feathers and more lined a black carpet. Guests continued to drink and dance, barely noticing when the cast slipped away to destinations unknown. Also spotted at the party were Mockingjay’s Donald Sutherland and Julianne Moore as well as Scott Speedman and Kellan Lutz.

May 2014

It seems that anybody who was anybody met up at the Hotel Du Cap for the Vanity Fair and Armani Film Festival party which was hosted by Giorgio Armani and Graydon Carter. Such luminaries as Russell Crowe, Naomi Watts, and fan favorite gal Jennifer Lawrence were exchanging pleasantries with other Hollywood glitterati like Alfonso Cuaron.

According to the Vanity Fair reporter on scene, the 23 year-old Hunger Games star was just as excited to meet Alfonso as he was to meet her. Apparently she “shrieked” with delight when she heard that the Gravity director asked to talk with Lawrence. There was no information as to whether Cuaron was as equally vocal about his request being granted.

Rather interestingly, Justin Bieber was not even on the list as a guest at the Hotel Du Cap party. He was a “last minute” addition, which sounds suspiciously like gate crashing but he was brought in by Vanity Fair’s Elizabeth Saltzman and escorted around by Barry Diller. The IAC chairman was seemingly not bothered by Bieber’s signature trousers which hung down on his backside, like a gangster on parole, or his white moon shoes.

Jennifer was actually quite excited to meet the Canadian pop star and bad boy. She shouted that she wanted to meet Bieber the second he arrived at the party. According to the Vanity Fair article the “V.F. staff” stepped out smartly and arranged for the Katniss Everdeen actress to meet Justin. Rather telling was Lawrence’s refusal to have a photo taken of the magnificent moment. Saying she wanted to meet the singer as “real people” and not, presumably, as part of a publicity garnering activity.

May 2014

Jennifer Lopez says she didn’t mean to leave Jennifer Lawrence hanging on the dance floor!

After JLaw chided Jimmy Fallon during a recent “Tonight Show” appearance for making her “look like a freak in front of J.Lo” (when their plan to get the star to dance with them failed), Access Hollywood caught up with J.Lo to see if she recalled the “Hunger Games” star’s gaffe.

“This is how I remember it: I remember that we were at the Met Ball and Kanye was about to perform and it was like a crazy moment,” Jennifer told Access’ Liz Hernandez at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday. “And then they came over, Jimmy Fallon, he started talking and I was with Benny [Medina] and Beau [Casper Smart] and then [JLaw] came over too. It was like they were a little group.”

“And then she was like, ‘Let’s go dance,’ and I was like, ‘No, I’m good right here,’” J.Lo continued. “But I didn’t mean it like ‘I don’t want to dance with you.’ I just meant like, it’s so crowded in here let’s stay right here.”

The singer, who took home the Icon Award at Sunday’s show, said she would’ve loved to dance with 23-year-old actress.

“Absolutely. Come on! That would’ve been so sweet,” she said.


May 2014

interWhen Jennifer Lawrence first entered the world, somebody clearly wasn’t expecting her to be a girl. Namely, her father. While chatting with E! News at the X-Men: Days of Future Past premiere in New York City on Saturday, the Oscar winner recalled the day she was born, after introducing us to one of her “cousins.”

“His dad pulled me out of my mother’s you-know-what,” the 23-year-old actress said. “And there’s this famous story how my dad thought I was a boy, and he made his dad check twice…Turns out it was a girl!”

Lawrence then clarified that the young man was not technically related to her.

“We’re like cousins, but we always forget that we’re not cousins,” the Silver Linings Playbook star noted. “I just realized that by him being my cousin, that would mean the doctor who delivered me would be related to my mother, so I just wanted to clear that up. There’s no actual relation. We just call each other cousins.”

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May 2014

A brand-new X-Men movie bridging the gap between the original mutants and their younger X-Men: First Class counterparts warps into theaters May 23, and we’ve got a fresh look behind the scenes of the epic film, including how Jennifer Lawrence felt to get naked and go blue again — and how Hugh Jackman and Halle Berry felt to reunite with their iconic superhero characters. Watch the video!

May 2014


Jennifer Lawrence is the new reigning Sexiest Woman in the World, according to FHM, which unveiled its 2014 Top 100 list of the most smokin’ in the land today. The American Hustle star was certainly on the magazine’s radar in 2013, when she ranked at No. 20, but still, someone caught fire over the course of a year. It’s been a banner year in the looks department for Lawrence, who also made People’s annual list of the world’s 50 Most Beautiful.



May 2014

1398811489_jennifer-lawrence-miley-cyrus-467You know you’ve had a crazy night when Miley Cyrus tells you to pull it together. During an April 21 taping of NBC’s Late Night With Seth Meyers (for an episode airing May 21), Jennifer Lawrence recalled having a little too much fun at this year’s Oscars, which she attended with BFF Laura Simpson.

The 23-year-old Hunger Games: Catching Fire star, who was nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award for her role in American Hustle, told Meyers she was “wasted” at the March 2 ceremony in L.A. She was so out of it, she said, that she got sick at a post-show bash—and Cyrus witnessed the whole thing.

“Jen said she was so drunk, she puked on the stairs at Madonna’s after-party, and Miley walked by and said something like, ‘Get it together, girl!'” a Late Night audience member shares in the new issue of Us Weekly.

Lawrence—whose red carpet antics (such as falling and photobombing) have endeared her to moviegoers everywhere—also shared a story about hanging out with Brad Pitt at the show. (Angelina Jolie’s fiance was there in support of his Best Picture-winning movie 12 Years a Slave.)

“Jen said he smelled like sandalwood,” the audience member tells Us of Lawrence, who lost to Pitt’s costar Lupita Nyong’o. “She was so fun!”

Apr 2014

To coincide with the return of the X-Men next month, X-Men: Days of Future Past stars Hugh Jackman, James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender have announced that Fox will count down to the release of the mutant sequel with the X-Men X-Perience as the stars bring the film to audiences around the world through global premieres, live chats, and special videos and photos.

The festivities will get underway on Saturday, May 10th with the global premiere in New York, before the cast members – including Jennifer Lawrence, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Nicholas Hoult, Ellen Page, Peter Dinklage, Shawn Ashmore, Omar Sy, Daniel Cudmore, Evan Peters and Fan Bingbing – split up and cover various locations around the world…

> Saturday, May 10th- NEW YORK
> Monday, May 12th- LONDON
> Tuesday, May 13th- MOSCOW
> Wednesday, May 14th- SINGAPORE
> Thursday, May 15th- SAO PAULO
> Friday, May 16th- MELBOURNE and BEIJING

Here’s the official announcement video:


X-Men: Days of Future Past is set for release on May 22nd.


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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Apr 2014

We’re still weeks away from the unveiling of Fox’s ginormous X-Men: Days of Future Past (the cover of this week’s EW) but, fittingly, director Bryan Singer and producer/writer Simon Kinberg can only look ahead: The pair are developing, along with X2 writers Dan Harris and Michael Dougherty, the next X-Men film, Apocalypse, slated for May 27, 2016. Not much about the film is known, but Singer says that the film will be “somewhat” based on the 1990 comic storyline “Age of Apocalypse,” which features ancient villain Apocalypse and imagines an alternate universe. “[The movie] won’t necessarily create an alternate universe, but there may be some swapping things that I’m playing with,” admits Singer. Adds Kinberg, “From a visual standpoint it actually may be a bigger movie than Days of Future Past because there’ll be disaster movie imagery, like the title would imply.”

Days of Future Past will provide clues to the storyline of Apocalypse. Says Singer, “You won’t feel at the end of the movie that it set up Apocalypse. What it does is it sets up possibilities. But what we’ll discover in Apocalypse is that events in this movie made that happen.” He adds, “Apocalypse deals with ancient mutancy. What would humans have thought mutants were? What would mutants think humans were? You’re dealing with gods and things like that. And what if one survived and what if that found its way into our world?”

X-Men: Apocalypse will follow Charles (James McAvoy), Erik (Michael Fassbender), Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence), and Hank (Nicholas Hoult), and Singer says that those actors are all on board from deals signed for First Class. Singer also says he’s interested in bringing in other mutants, like Gambit and Nightcrawler. “I’m excited because I want to start introducing familiar characters at different ages and also explore the ‘80s.”