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Silver Linings Playbook
directed by David O' Russell starring Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper and Robert DeNiro
After a stint in a mental institution, former teacher Pat Solitano (Bradley Cooper) moves back in with his parents and tries to reconcile with his ex-wife. Things get more challenging when Pat meets Tiffany (Jennifer Lawrence), a mysterious girl with problems of her own.
Finally! We have new photo shoot of Jennifer – and it’s so beautiful! Be sure to check it in our gallery.
Hollywood’s blockbuster blonde comes to town this month with the final Hunger Games and David O. Russell’s Joy. So what’s next for Jennifer Lawrence? Buck the system, set up home, and try to find a date.
When Lena first brought up the idea of Lenny to me, I was excited. Excited to speak to Lena, who I think is a genius, and excited to start thinking about what to complain about (that’s not what she pitched me, it’s just what I’m gonna do). When it comes to the subject of feminism, I’ve remained ever-so-slightly quiet. I don’t like joining conversations that feel like they’re “trending.” I’m even the asshole who didn’t do anything about the ice-bucket challenge — which was saving lives — because it started to feel more like a “trend” than a cause. I should have written a check, but I fucking forgot, okay? I’m not perfect. But with a lot of talk comes change, so I want to be honest and open and, fingers crossed, not piss anyone off.
It’s hard for me to speak about my experience as a working woman because I can safely say my problems aren’t exactly relatable. When the Sony hack happened and I found out how much less I was being paid than the lucky people with dicks, I didn’t get mad at Sony. I got mad at myself. I failed as a negotiator because I gave up early. I didn’t want to keep fighting over millions of dollars that, frankly, due to two franchises, I don’t need. (I told you it wasn’t relatable, don’t hate me).
But if I’m honest with myself, I would be lying if I didn’t say there was an element of wanting to be liked that influenced my decision to close the deal without a real fight. I didn’t want to seem “difficult” or “spoiled.” At the time, that seemed like a fine idea, until I saw the payroll on the Internet and realized every man I was working with definitely didn’t worry about being “difficult” or “spoiled.” This could be a young-person thing. It could be a personality thing. I’m sure it’s both. But this is an element of my personality that I’ve been working against for years, and based on the statistics, I don’t think I’m the only woman with this issue. Are we socially conditioned to behave this way? We’ve only been able to vote for what, 90 years? I’m seriously asking — my phone is on the counter and I’m on the couch, so a calculator is obviously out of the question. Could there still be a lingering habit of trying to express our opinions in a certain way that doesn’t “offend” or “scare” men?
A few weeks ago at work, I spoke my mind and gave my opinion in a clear and no-bullshit way; no aggression, just blunt. The man I was working with (actually, he was working for me) said, “Whoa! We’re all on the same team here!” As if I was yelling at him. I was so shocked because nothing that I said was personal, offensive, or, to be honest, wrong. All I hear and see all day are men speaking their opinions, and I give mine in the same exact manner, and you would have thought I had said something offensive.
I’m over trying to find the “adorable” way to state my opinion and still be likable! Fuck that. I don’t think I’ve ever worked for a man in charge who spent time contemplating what angle he should use to have his voice heard. It’s just heard. Jeremy Renner, Christian Bale, and Bradley Cooper all fought and succeeded in negotiating powerful deals for themselves. If anything, I’m sure they were commended for being fierce and tactical, while I was busy worrying about coming across as a brat and not getting my fair share. Again, this might have NOTHING to do with my vagina, but I wasn’t completely wrong when another leaked Sony email revealed a producer referring to a fellow lead actress in a negotiation as a “spoiled brat.” For some reason, I just can’t picture someone saying that about a man.
On Wednesday, Jennifer Lawrence met with a New York Time’s reporter to discuss her final turn as Katniss Everdeen in “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2,” arriving in theaters on Nov. 20. But the conversation inevitably turned to more casual subjects, and Ms. Lawrence casually broke some news: She is writing a comedic screenplay with Amy Schumer (“Trainwreck”) and the women plan to co-star in it.
“We play sisters,” Ms. Lawrence said. “We’re almost done writing. It just flowed out of us. We’ve got about 100 pages right now.”
She continued, “Amy and I were creatively made for each other. We have different flavors. It’s been the most fun experience of my life. We start the day off on the phone, laughing. And then we send each other pages. And we crack up. I’m flying out tomorrow to see her in Chicago. We’ll write a little bit with her sister, Kim, who worked with Amy when she was writing ‘Trainwreck.’”
Ms. Lawrence said that she only met Ms. Schumer a couple of months ago.
“I emailed her after I saw ‘Trainwreck’ and said, ‘I don’t know where to get started. I guess I should just say it: I’m in love with you,’” she recalled. “We started emailing, and then emailing turned to texting.”
In early August, Ms. Schumer invited her new friend to go jet skiing and the resulting photos lit up the Internet. “We really hit it off, to say the least,” Ms. Lawrence said.
She picked up her phone. “Let me just text Amy and tell her that I told you,” she said, beginning to type. Ms. Schumer responded immediately. Ms. Lawrence glanced at the message, and threw her head back in laughter.
“I wrote, ‘I just spilled the beans to The New York Times. Is that O.K.?’” she said. “And Amy wrote back, ‘That you’re gay? Totally! It’s exciting!’”
She’s Hollywood’s hottest property, but isn’t letting it go to her head. Meet Jennifer Lawrence, a very normal superstar…
Amid the plastic fantasticness of Hollywood, where celebrity publicists pull the strings and much of reality is stage-managed, Jennifer Lawrence’s unique brand of clumsy, carefree perfection has been a breath of fresh air.
She drinks, she swears, she totally speaks her mind. She admits she hasn’t got a clue about fashion and that she only exercises so she can eat pizza for breakfast.
And of course, she trips and falls in front of a global audience of, ooh, only hundreds of millions of people during the biggest moment of her career, and doesn’t even attempt to style it out.
“That,” she says following her stumble en route to collecting her Best Actress Oscar for her breathtaking performance in Silver Linings Playbook, “was embarrassing.”
The adorably garbled, breathless and entirely unprepared acceptance speech that followed, served only to make us fall a little bit more in love with her. She’s sparky, quirky and stupidly talented and, at the age of 22, arguably Tinseltown’s most bankable star.
But while everything around her might be changing, the multimillionairess remains the same down-to-earth girl from Kentucky who still can’t justify purchasing anything from what she sees as over-priced hotel mini-bars.
“I just constantly feel so lucky, that I don’t really have time to feel cocky,” she says. “I was raised to have value for money, to have respect for money, even though you have a lot of it.
That’s why mini-bars are difficult, because it’s like yes, I can afford a $6 Snickers bar, but there’s just something wrong with that! I still drive my same car I’ve been driving for a long time and I haven’t bought a house yet.
Definitely my family is not the kind of family that would ever let me turn into an asshole or anything like that, so I am fortunate to have them.”
Jennifer received her first Oscar nomination in 2011 for independent drama and surprise hit Winter’s Bone, but it was her subsequent starring roles as Raven Darkholme in X-Men: First Class later that year and Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games in 2012 that catapulted her into the international consciousness. Follow-ups to both films are underway.
However, it was romcom-drama Silver Linings Playbook, in which she took on the part of widowed sex addict Tiffany Maxwell, that, as well as the Oscar, scooped her Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild awards, plus a BAFTA nomination.
Despite her success, she admits she still finds awards ceremonies terrifying.
“I’m afraid I’m going to go my whole life being scared like a chihuahua,” she says. “It’s not my comfort zone. Making movies is where I belong. I shouldn’t be heard just talking. So, when I’m doing movies, I’m really happy. That’s where I’m comfortable, that’s my home. When you put me on a red carpet or on a stage, I turn into chihuahua Jennifer.”
She’s not comfortable with fame either, and dreads reading her interviews. She’s only too aware that, however refreshing, she’s yet to learn how to filter her thoughts.
“I have no control over what comes out of my mouth,” she says. “I would probably turn into a mute if I read what I said!”
Although Jennifer didn’t show up on Comic-Con, there is something new releated to her again! Relativity Media, film studio that Jennifer upcoming thriller “House at the End of the Street” is distributed by, decided to launch viral marketing campaign in San Diego. They handed out promotional flashlights that, when projected against a wall, reveal the phone number (773) 451 9439. If you call this number, you will hear Jennifer’s voice crying for help. After hanging up, you will receive a text message with a link to new clip, where her character, Elissa, investigates a creepy cellar (you can watch it below). You can also reply to the message and get a reply in return saying: “Thanks for your help. I’ll text you again when I’m in trouble.”
I’ve just found translated interview with Jennifer for German ‘Interview’ magazine. I really encourage you to read it although it is not her the most entertaining and the most interesting interview which she has ever made. Jennifer talked to Drew Barrymore about various things — living out of the suitcase, being a mom (if she wouldn’t have been an actress), how a guy should ask her out on a date, which painter (dead or alive) could paint her portrait and which male/female character she would like to be if she lived in a novel. As far as the translation is concerned, I can’t take any of the credit. For english version of the interview I would like to thank Alvedansen from thefashionspot.com!
Drew Barrymore: I’ve just been in the vegetable garden, my hands are still dirty. How are you? Jennifer Lawrence: I’m fine. I just drank three cups of coffee and am a bit jittery now. DB: I know what you mean. I’ve switched to ice tea to reduce my caffeine intake. JL: I’d die without coffee. DB: I know, coffee helps to make the worst situations bearable. Where are you at the moment? JL: In Minnesota, in my hotel room. DB: I’m so excited that I get to interview you. JL: I’m so glad that you were willing to do so. Jodie Foster interviewed me in my previous Interview spread, but that was for the American edition. DB: I recently met her in a restaurant, my whole body was shaking. She’s amazing. I’ve admired her my entire life… JL: …and then you meet her and she is so normal. And wonderful. And nice. As if she didn’t even know that she’s our idol. DB: I always like that the best. There is nothing worse than meeting one of your heroes and then be disappointed by them. JL: I know. I’ve just met John Stamos, you know, the uncle of the Olsens’ in Full House. I had a little breakdown because I was so excited. He was so charming – if he hadn’t been charming, I would have never recovered from that. It would have ruined my life. Can you imagine: you meet Uncle Jesse and he ISN’T nice?
Jennifer Lawrence had a pet goat when she was growing up.
The 21-year-old actress was raised in Kentucky, America, with her two brothers. She knew she wanted to act by the time she was 14 and still finds it strange how much the decision to move to New York City and find an agent changed he life.
“It seems so weird that it happened. I grew up in such a normal family. OK, we weren’t that normal – I had a goat for a pet – but we were semi-normal. And then we moved to New York and it happened piece by piece,” she recalled to Look magazine.
Jennifer was nominated for an Oscar for her part in Winter’s Bone and has also been praised for her portrayal of Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games. She doesn’t let success get to her though, explaining she still has the same dreams she did when she was a little girl.
“Having a family and being a mom,” she explained. “I don’t lie around thinking about my career aspirations.”
About half an hour ago, MTV posted on its Hollywood Crush blog a list of 21 things that we could don’t know about Jennifer. So if you would like to be an expert — that knowledge would be very useful. :)
1. Jennifer was born in Louisville, Kentucky.
2. She already has an Oscar nomination to her name thanks to her starring turn in the drama “Winter’s Bone.”
3. She’s a good girl. “I didn’t sneak out or drink. Once I told my parents to ground me because I was going to a party with alcohol. It’s kind of disgusting,” she told Teen Vogue of her teen years.
4. She was a cheerleader for six years.
5. She’s rumored to be dating “X-Men: First Class” costar Nicholas Hoult.
6. Jennifer decided at 14 that she wanted to be an actress and begged her parents to take her to New York City.
7. Before her big-screen break in “Winter’s Bone,” Jennifer was a TV actress playing Lauren Pearson on “The Bill Engvall Show.”
8. She does a mean Snooki impression. Watch the video here!
9. Jennifer will be seen next in the romantic weeper “Like Crazy” out October 28.
10. She’s gone through rigorous training to portray Katniss, including rock climbing, tree climbing, vaulting and yoga. Sign her up for London 2012!
11. She plays guitar.
12. Jennifer was a fan of “The Hunger Games” novels before being offered the role.
13. She skinned real squirrels for “Winter’s Bone” (uh-oh, PETA). Read more…
Katniss Everdeen has won the annual Hunger Games with Peeta Mellark. But it was a victory won by defiance of the Capitol and their harsh rules. There are rumors of rebellion among the subjects, and they are the faces of that rebellion.
Did you know that...?
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire was filmed in Hawaii and Atlanta.
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