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Written by Emma on
11th September/2012

Entertainment Weekly has just posted on its site an exclusive clip from Jen’s latest project, ‘House at the End of the Street’. In the video, Jennifer’s character Elisa and her mother get their first look at the titular abode — check it out after the jump.

Elisabeth Shue has also been interviewed by EW — she talked her role in the film, as well as shooting in a creepy ‘house at the end of the street’ and working with Jennifer Lawrence. Here’s what she said on Jen:

What was it like working with Jennifer?
It was great working with her. She’s really warm and generous. She also had a great sense of humor. I was thinking when I was hanging out with her one day, it would be great for her to find a great comedy. I don’t think people would actually see her that way yet, obviously because of The Hunger Games is so serious. She has a really great, dry sense of humor. We definitely laughed a lot. She’s a really great personality.

She’s starting out at just about the same age that you did, right?
Yeah, I did commercials and stuff. She was lucky. I think she got out of that stage of her career. She’s much more mature than I was, though. [Laughs] Much stronger, much more sure of herself. When I started out, I was very green, very unsure how to get my footing.

Written by Emma on
10th September/2012

On MovieFarmTV, I found a video in which a selection of the House at the End of the Street cast, including Jennifer Lawrence, Max Thieriot and Elisabeth Shue talk about the movie and their parts. Be sure to check it out!

Written by Emma on
9th September/2012

Here is the video recording from ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ press conference which has a place today at Toronto International Film Festival. Jennifer Lawrence, as well as Bradley Cooper, director David O. Russell, Jacki Weaver, Anupam Kher, and Chris Tucker took a part in the event held at TIFF Bell Lightbox. She talked, among other things, her resemblance to her character Tiffany (she said her friends and family say she’s like character Tiffany when she yells “Hey!” at people), working with celebrated director David O. Russell, and preparations for the movie (she and Bradley Cooper trained for two weeks with choreographer to perform dance scenes). She also mentioned that she saw Bradley’s latest project “Place Beyond the Pines” and it was “fantastic”, and joked that Bradley cries everytime he hears Call Me Maybe!

Written by Emma on
9th September/2012

In the newest interview with Tribute at Toronto International Film Festival, Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper talk the chemistry between them two, working together on the set of “Silver Linings Playbook” and “Serena”, and what it was like working with Robert De Niro. Be sure to check it out!

Written by Emma on
9th September/2012

As you may know, yesterday evening ET Canada was livestreaming Silver Linings Playbook premiere, and thanks to one of the YouTube users, we have the video from the event. Jen talked to ET Canada‘s Cheryl Hickey about chemistry betweet her and Bradley Cooper, and her dress by Dior. In the interview, she also revealed that filming of “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” starts this Tuesday! Check it out!

Written by Emma on
8th September/2012

In the newest clip from ‘The Silver Linings Playbook’ titled ‘You Scare People’ Tiffany (Jennifer Lawrence) connects with Pat (Bradley Cooper) over prescription meds and dinner. It doesn’t contain too many spoilers, so be sure to check it out! I can’t wait to see the movie, it’s going to be really amazing!

Written by Emma on
7th September/2012

HeyUGuys.co.uk gives us this exclusive look at one of the featuretes which takes us behind the scenes of The Hunger Games focusing on the locations for the movie which we mainly in North Carolina, USA. With interviews from Director Gary Ross, star Jennifer Lawrence and many of the other members of the cast and crew, we get to see some of the beautiful locations that were used to shoot the first movie in the franchise.

As long as the video isn’t embedded, you can watch it after the jump. Enjoy!

Written by Emma on
7th September/2012

“House at the End of the Street” has unveiled a new clip. Coming out via iVillage, the snippet focuses on Jennifer who walks alone in the night before a handsome neighbor offers her a ride. At first she refuses the offer, but as the rain suddenly falls hard, she finally agrees to get into the guy’s car.

While in the car, the twosome shares some awkward moments since none of them starts a talk. Lawrence eventually breaks the silence by asking the guy, “Your parents got killed?” before quickly regretting it and saying that she should “shut up now.” Fortunately, the guy isn’t offended, “It’s okay, you just say what you were thinking.”

Watch it below!

The horror is directed by Mark Tonderai with Jonathan Mostow and David Loucka. It is scheduled to open in the U.S. on September 21.

Written by Emma on
7th September/2012

Another “House at the End of the Street” featurette was posted on HATES YouTube channel, as well as on Celebuzz.com. This time, Jennifer Lawrence talks what she likes about the movie and hopes “House at the End of the Street” will get people scared. Both videos are slightly different, be sure to check them out!

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Written by Emma on
7th September/2012

In a recent interview with Yahoo! Movies, “The Hunger Games” director Gary Ross has revealed that he would have pulled the plug on the movie if Jennifer Lawrence had missed out on the role of Katniss Everdeen. Speaking in Yahoo! Movies exclusive video he said:

“There was no second choice for me. If I couldn’t make the movie with Jennifer, then I didn’t want to make it. I just knew there was no one who would come close. There was no one who had her strength, her directness, her integrity, her solidity, her bravery, her power or her nuance for emotional depth.”

Watch the full video below!