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Behind-the-scenes featurette for “House at the End of the Street”

MTV has released a new behind-the-scenes featurette for “House at the End of the Street” (out on DVD and Blu-ray since yesterday) in which Jennifer talks about Max Thieriot, who plays the role of “the mysterious neighbor who may or may not be hiding some dark-and-dirty secrets in the basement beneath his house”.

“Max is a really great actor,” she said. “He can just turn on and off, and it’s very strange to watch the light in his eyes kind of get dark the instant [the director] calls ‘Action.'”

Have you seen House at the End of the Street?

Gallery Update: HATES Screencaptures + More

I’m starting to get the Gallery updated with Screencaptures from Jennifers movie projects and I’ve started out with the newly released ‘House At The End Of The Street’ for your viewing pleasure! I’ll be keeping you up to date with more as and when I get them added. I’ve also added screencaptures from Jennifers promotional videos for NYTimes and Vogue.it.


House At The End Of The Street ? Screencaptures


Vogue.it ? Behind The Scenes Screencaptures


NYTimes.com ? Wide Awake Screencaptures

Silver Linings Playbook – new stills and posters

Today I updated photo gallery with new posters of Silver Linings Playbook. Some of them are something new, something that we haven’t seen before. As you probably noticed, few days ago, Jen added new movie stills. What do you think? Have you seen Silver Linings Playbook? I haven’t seen it yet, and I can’t really wait for it!


Silver Linings Playbook ? Stills
Silver Linings Playbook ? Posters

PS. Updating “Silver Linings Playbook” category in our photo gallery, I also do the same with “House at the End of the Steet” stills – I replaced some of them adding high quality so don’t forget to check them out! :-)


House at the End of the Street ? Stills

‘House at the End of the Street’ coming to Blu-ray in January

Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has announced that the thriller House at the End of the Street, from director Mark Tonderai and starring Jennifer Lawrence, Elisabeth Shue and Max Thieriot, will be available on Blu-ray with an unrated cut of the film on January 8th, 2013.

House at the End of the Street opened in theaters just last month and grossed over $30 million at the box office. Reviews were mixed, but if you are into the thriller/horror genre you may want to check this one out. Special features for the upcoming release include:

BD & DVD
Sneak Peek
Stoker (Theatrical Trailer)
The Blu-ray? Experience
Twixt (Look for it)
?American Horror Story? TV spot
Red Dawn (Look for it)

BD Exclusive Features
Journey Into Terror: Inside the House at the End of the Street
Theatrical Trailer

Have you seen it in theatre? Or you’re waiting for the DVD release?

Elisabeth Shue Dishes On Working With Jennifer Lawrence in ?House at the End of the Street?

Elisabeth Shue, best known as the “girl next door” in 1980s blockbusters like ?The Karate Kid? and the second and third ?Back to the Future? movies, makes a return to the silver screen in the horror film ?House at the End of the Street.? And the actress had some surprising words about her co-star Jennifer Lawrence.

In ?House at the End of the Street,? the 48-year-old actress plays Sarah, a newly single mother who decides to relocate herself and her teenage daughter Elissa (Lawrence) to a new home in rural Pennsylvania ? ominously located next door to a house where a brutal double murder took place. The only surviving resident of the house turns out to be a loner teenage boy named Ryan (Max Thrieriot) whose younger sister murdered both of their parents before fleeing and allegedly drowning, never to be found again. When Elissa strikes up a romance with Ryan, Sarah unsuccessfully tries to step in and prevent things from getting too serious. ?Sometimes people can?t be fixed,? Sarah counsels Elissa in the film, to no avail.

But if Shue has any real-life motherly words of guidance for her younger co-star, she seems hesitant to dispatch them. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Shue said that upon meeting the “Hunger Games” star for the first time she was immediately impressed by her maturity, adding that Lawrence was ?much more mature than I was [at that age].?

?In real life, it was very interesting meeting Jennifer for the first time, because she is incredibly grown up for her age. It was nice that the second I met her, I was like, ?Oh, this dynamic is going to be perfect,?? said Shue. ?It was great working with her. She’s really warm and generous. She also had a great sense of humor.?

Shue, who got her start at around the same age as Lawrence by working on commercials, said she thinks Lawrence has already moved past that stage in her career.

“What I realize is just how different really our beginnings were,” said Shue, adding that Lawrence is ?much stronger, much more sure of herself.? “I feel like it took me years to gain a certain confidence, a foothold in this business, and really understand it. I feel like she is so knowledgeable and confident and sure of herself that I think her road will be easier.”

?The House at the End of the Street? was released on Sept.

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