IF a Hollywood publicist were to make a list of conversational taboos for a young star, it might include the following: personal shortcomings, money, group sex and death. All of these were subjects that the actress Jennifer Lawrence breezed right into over breakfast recently. It was like a Louis C. K. bit in a much comelier frame.
?The whole time we were like orgy, orgy, who?s going to see the orgy, what are we going to do in the event of an orgy, we need to break up so we can be assured that one of us gets to see the orgy,? she said of a family outing to ?Sleep No More,? the interactive, often racy take on ?Macbeth? playing in Chelsea. (They saw no orgies, which the Lawrence clan considered a bummer.)
Ms. Lawrence, 22, has also been thinking about her own demise. Her lawyers are having her draft a will because, she explained, ?I?m rich now.? Not that you?d know it; in the next breath she called herself a redneck and described going to Walmart to shop for Rob Schneider movies. ?I like making movies, but that doesn?t mean I want to watch a black-and-white, freaking boring? ? here she amped up the sarcasm with an unprintable word ? ?silent movie,? she said.
Her on-screen characters are often marked by their flinty resolution, not their volubility, but in person Ms. Lawrence is just the opposite, an unfiltered sass who happens to look like a 1970s California prom queen and talk like a SoCal skater boy. In just two years she has made an unusual leap, from indie character actress to action heroine, nimbly repeating the cycle while retaining her real-girl charm.
X-Men reunion! On May 25, Jennifer Lawrence, her boyfriend Nicholas Hoult and Michael Fassbender attended Hugo Boss event in Monaco on the occasion of the Grand Prix de Monaco. As we all know, the trio worked on “X-Men: First Class” in 2010. It’s good to see them together again!
Events ? Monte Carlo Grand Prix, May 25
I’d like to thank Katniss & Peeta Online for the pics. :-)
On the list, there are also: Emily Browning, Anna Sophia Robb, Chloe Moretz and Saoirse Ronan, so we can?t let Jennifer just having been beaten! Keep voting here!
Source: YouthRockAwards.com The First Annual 2011 YOUTH ROCK AWARDS will rock Young Hollywood on Wednesday, December 7th at 7PM. Held at the historic Avalon Theater in the heart of Hollywood, the event will boast a star?studded red carpet, celebrity nominees, live performances by todays biggest stars plus an exclusive VIP after party.
Only 20 days left to vote, so don?t forget to cast your vote!
The People’s Choice Award nominations have been announced! As we can see on the website, Jennifer Lawrence is nominated in Favorite Movie Superhero, so don’t forget to vote for her! Unfortunately, she didn’t receive nom in Favorite Movie Star Under 25 category, but all in all we can help her gain some other awards. ‘X-Men: First Class’ has a chance to win awards for Favorite Action Movie and Best Ensamble. Keep voting!
Seems that ‘X-Men: First Class’ sequel is finally moving forward! Yesterday SuperHeroType gave away some details related to the next ‘X-Men’ movie and now we know who’s writing the script!
SuperHeroHype has learned that Simon Kinberg is writing the sequel to 20th Century Fox’s X-Men: First Class, which has earned over $350 million since opening in theaters this June.
While there is no confirmation, we assume Matthew Vaughn will be returning to the director’s chair and the principal cast will reprise their roles, including James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Rose Byrne, January Jones and Jennifer Lawrence.
Kinberg’s other writing credits include Mr. & Mrs Smith, Jumper, Sherlock Holmes, This Means War and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.
Many discussion forums are flooded by negative comments in connection with Fox’s decision. Oh c’mon, give him a chance! I haven’t seen X3 yet, so I haven’t much to say, but as far as I’m concerned, I just can’t wait for X-Men: First Class sequel :-).