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Written by Emma on
22nd September/2012

Max Thieriot has started promoting his new thriller “House at the End of the Street,” so he visited several studios to sit down and talk about the film, psychological aspect of the HATES, as well as what was it like shooting on location, working with Jennifer Lawrence, his character Ryan and more. Check out the interviews, I highlighted the time when Jen’s topic appears. :-)

2:18 What it was like making out with Jennifer Lawrence?
5:40 Working with Jen as one of his favourite parts of working on the film

2:25 Max Thieriot on kissing the then unknown actress Jennifer Lawrence

1:49 What it was like working with Jennifer Lawrence and Elisabeth Sue?
7:18 Why do people want to see House at the End of the Street? Because of Jennifer Lawrence

1:22 Director Mark Tonderai and Max Thieriot on Jennifer Lawrence

Written by Emma on
22nd September/2012

I have for you another ‘House at the End of the Street’ featurette – this time Jennifer Lawrence talks on recording music for the film. The crew also speaks up about Jennifer as ‘incredibly talented, mature, confident, impressive, and superstar in the making person’.

Written by Emma on
22nd September/2012

MTV has published a very short, brand new ‘House at the End of the Street’ trailer in which Jennifer Lawrence gives us some dating advice. Be sure to check it out!

Written by Emma on
22nd September/2012

See a whole new side of the multi-talented Jennifer Lawrence in Relativity’s upcoming thriller, House at the End of the Street. Jennifer plays Elissa, the new girl in town with some serious musical chops. Get a sneak peek of the song “All You’ve Got To Do Is Fall In Love” the brand new #HATES music video and see why the film’s music supervisor Steve Lindsey called Lawrence “very down-to-earth, hard-working and had no pretention whatsoever – all skills that are paramount to recording music.”

Written by Emma on
22nd September/2012

Jennifer Lawrence made her way back into theaters yesterday, starring in Mark Tonderai’s House at the End of the Street, a new thriller by Relativity. In celebration of the film’s release, check out 4 new TV spots of HATES and see new photos in our photo gallery! Have you already seen House at the End of the Street?


Movie Stills — House at the End of the Street
Behind The Scenes Photos — House at the End of the Street

Synopsis: Seeking a fresh start, newly divorced Sarah (Oscar®-nominee Elisabeth Shue; Leaving Las Vegas, Piranha 3D) and her daughter Elissa (Oscar®-nominee Jennifer Lawrence; The Hunger Games, X-Men: First Class) find the house of their dreams in a small, upscale, rural town. But when startling and unexplainable events begin to happen, Sarah and Elissa learn the town is in the shadows of a chilling secret. Years earlier, in the house next door, a daughter killed her parents in their beds, and disappeared – leaving only a brother, Ryan (Max Thieriot, My Soul to Take), as the sole survivor. Against Sarah’s wishes, Elissa begins a relationship with the reclusive Ryan – and the closer they get, the deeper they’re all pulled into a mystery more dangerous than they ever imagined.

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Written by Emma on
16th September/2012

Yahoo! Movies has published a brand new clip from Jennifer’s upcoming flick ‘House at the End of the Street’ titled ‘Torches and Pitchforks’. In the video, Jennifer’s character Elissa strolls with her mother next to the title house, and she appears to be observed by someone in the woods.

Don’t forget to check the newest TV spot as well!

Written by Emma on
16th September/2012

4 new clips from Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper’s interview with Josh Horowitz for MTV News have been published. They were made during Toronto International Film Festival when Jen and Bradley were promoting their new movie, Silver Linings Playbook. Be sure to check out the videos, the interview is hilarious!

Having No Filter In ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ Is ‘Really Refreshing’ For Jennifer Lawrence
Bradley Cooper also comments on how the movie is a good depiction of a dysfunctional family

David O’Russell Is Why Jennifer Lawrence And Bradley Cooper Signed On To Do ‘Silver Linings Playbook’
The actors explain that it wasn’t just the script, but the director that appealed to them

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Written by Emma on
13th September/2012

In the newest interview with Jennifer Lawrence, the young star talks to Vanity Fair’s Krista Smith about her latest film Silver Linings Playbook, working with David O. Russell, The Hunger Games, as well as her new darker look. Watch it after the jump.

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Written by Emma on
13th September/2012

We’ve been given three more sneak peeks at the Jennifer Lawrence-starring thriller House at the End of the Street, the film opening on September 21st. Watch out for spoilers!

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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.