September 21, 2012 |
Thanks to the runaway success of "The Hunger Games" and her Oscar nomination for "Winter's Bone," Jennifer Lawrence is one of the top stars of her generation and should theoretically have her pick of projects. So what could be so bad about a new Jennifer Lawrence movie that its distributor opts to keep it away from critics and release it with minimal ad support? Please, allow "House at the End of the Street" to answer that question. Directed by Mark Tonderai from a script by David Loucka based on a story by Jonathan Mostow, the film stars Lawrence as a young woman who has moved with her mother (Elisabeth Shue)
January 17, 2013 |
Jennifer Lawrence slides into a booth at the casually elegant Culina restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel. She's on a lunch break from the daylong grind of promoting the international release of "Silver Linings Playbook," but she's not eating because she just shared a "brick" of homemade lasagna that a journalist gave her during her last interview. Lawrence does accept the focaccia bread and olive oil a waiter offers and politely declines another offering once she's finished. "If I'm going to wear this skirt," Lawrence says, laughing, pointing to the mid-length white number she's sporting, "I can't fit another thing into my gut. " When the waiter touts the lightness of the bread, Lawrence interjects.
February 27, 2013 |
Jack Nicholson and Jennifer Lawrence crossed paths backstage at the Oscars on Sunday night in a collision that pitted charm against charm, with the result being, well, charming. Lawrence was describing her shock at receiving the lead actress Oscar to "Good Morning America's" George Stephanopoulos when Jack stepped into view, shaking the interviewer's hand and flattering a stunned J-Law. After a mutual-praise exchange that had Lawrence gushing about loving "all" of Nicholson's movies, he began to take his leave.
February 6, 2013 |
Jennifer Lawrence has revealed one of her celebrity crushes: John Stamos of "Full House" fame. In a Tuesday appearance on "Conan," the always-unpredictable Oscar nominee said Uncle Jesse was the one celebrity who completely blew her mind. She bumped into him at a party and could not stop staring at his behind. "He was at a party and I turned into the most perverted guy," Lawrence said. "I was like following him into rooms and staring at his ass. I lost my mind when I met him - and I didn't want to meet him because it's not good when I meet people who I really idolize.
November 9, 2012 |
Weight issues just don't stop and certainly not over the holidays: Jennifer Lawrence is on the cover of Elle's December issue, and she tells the magazine that in Hollywood, she's considered fat. [Elle] Meanwhile, Jennifer Hudson is on Redbook's November cover, and she talks about how she lost weight. They both look pretty svelte and chic to me in their white holiday dresses. [Redbook] The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, which was taped on Wednesday and is to air on CBS on Dec. 4, was divided into themes, including "The Circus," "Dangerous Liaisons," "Silver Screen Angels," "Angels in Bloom," "PINK Is Us," and "Calendar Girls.
November 11, 2010 |
When Jennifer Lawrence began shooting "X-Men: First Class" in England this year, following her breakout role in Debra Granik's "Winter's Bone," you could say that she went from playing one freakishly exceptional young woman to another, albeit in very different settings. In the latest chapter of the superhero saga, a prequel to the first three films in the series, Lawrence is cast as Raven Darkholme/Mystique, a lethal shape-shifting mutant. In "Winter's Bone," she portrays Ree Dolly, an almost preternaturally strong, self-possessed teenager charged with resolving a dark and deadly family secret.