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Jul 2014

Jennifer was spotted leaving a Coldplay concert in London, on Tuesday (July 1). Check out the photos:

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Jul 2014

#OnePanem CITIZENS: Never have we been more unified as a nation… The Capitol and the districts are bound together in solidarity, striving to forge a stronger future.
Join esteemed victors Peeta Mellark and Johanna Mason in their support of President Snow’s Panem Address, “Unity,” brought to you by Capitol TV in stunning 4K.

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Jun 2014

Jennifer’s movie ‘Serena’ doesn’t have yet an official release date, but has already a poster. Jennifer is once again, co-star alongside with Bradley Cooper. The film based upon the novel of the same name by American author Ron Rash, is directed by Susanne Bier.

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Jun 2014

A new teaser for the upcoming Hunger Games sequel, Mockingjay Part 1, has been released. The clip resembles a somewhat sinister party political broadcast and features an address from the leader of Panem, President Snow (Donald Sutherland), as he delivers a thinly veiled warning to his citizens. Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) is also seen in the video, standing by President Snow’s side.

CITIZENS: The Capitol requires your viewing of President Snow’s official Panem Address, “Together As One,” brought to you by Capitol TV in stunning 4K.

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Jun 2014

Nina Jacobson (producer) shared a sweet moment of Jennifer and her co-stars Liam and Josh after finishing work on the final film in The Hunger Games franchise. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 will be released on 21 November, 2014, followed a year later by Part 2 on 20 November, 2015.

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“That’s a wrap. Thank you @SuzanneCollins Thank you @Hibbits Thank you HG Fans. Other than that, I’m speechless,” producer Nina Jacobson captioned the emotional picture.

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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.”

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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.

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May 2014

I’ve added to the gallery new candid photos of Jennifer in Germany: arriving at her hotel in Berlin (May 22), out with her boyfriend Nick (May 24) and when was having lunch with Nick in Cologne (May 25).

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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

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Jennifer appeared on “Live with Kelly and Michael”, in a pre-taped episode which aired Friday, May 23, on WABC-T, and Kelly Ripa had her play “Name That Jen.”

 

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May 2014

Jennifer appeared on Good Morning America, that aired yesterday morning (May 22) on NBC. Jen taped the appearance on April 21 back when she was in New York City for a quick visit as she is currently in Berlin working on The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2.


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Jennifer appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers, that aired last night (May 21) on NBC. Check the stills from the  apperance below:

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May 2014

I added new production stills of Jennifer as Mystique in X-Men Days of Future Past . Check them out:

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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.

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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.

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