Hello! The Italian magazine Ciak has unveiled his cover for the month of October featuring Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen which also allows us to discover a new promotional pictures !
According to Harper’s Bazaar, The exhibition will be officially opened with the inaugural Met Ball next May, co-chaired by Jennifer Lawrence, Wendi Murdoch, Anna Wintour, Chinese actress Gong Li and Yahoo president and CEO Marissa Mayer.
It seems like the romance rumors are true!
Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Martin were spotted enjoying dinner together at Beverly Hills hot spot La Dolce Vita on Monday night.
“They were super cute together,” said an onlooker. “They were laughing a lot and Jennifer was acting all goofy!”
Speculation about a budding romance between Lawrence, 24, and Martin, 37, first surfaced in August, and the two have reportedly been dating since late June.
I’ve added some stills of Jennifer promoting X-Men: Days of Future Past back in May on ABC’s Good Morning America. Robin Roberts interview Jennifer and when I can find a youtube clip I’ll post it and have some screen captures for you. Enjoy the stills!
Hello everyone! We confirmed that the release date for Serena will not change! It was announced that the film will be screened at BFI Film Festival which takes place in London in October. The screenings will be on 13 and 17 October.
Three bold, distinctive films in as many years (including A Second Chance, also screening in LFF 2014) is a considerable feat for any director, made even more impressive given Serena features two of the planet?s biggest stars in Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence and an ambitious, scaled-up production that offers lush period detail of depression-era America. Based on Ron Rash?s North Carolina-set novel about logging magnate George Pemberton (Cooper) and his ruthless, brilliant wife Serena (Lawrence), the ?perfect? couple?s master plans come unstuck when they discover she can?t bear children and that George previously fathered a child out of wedlock. With a strong supporting cast of Brits (Toby Jones, Sean Harris and a villainous Rhys Ifans), this is an enjoyably traditional, extravagant melodrama of bitter jealousy, murder and cold, unforgiving ambition. Lawrence in particular is a treat, playing Serena with an evil eye Bette Davis might have envied.