And another interview! E!Online interviews Jennifer and she talks on how fame has changed her life, on her preparing for Mystique role and relationship with the cast of “X-Men: First Class”. She also mentions her upcoming project, The Hunger Games – Jennifer talks about trainings, Josh Hutcherson and the main character, Katniss Everdeen.
(via Gossip Center) Showing off her newly darkened brunette coif, Jennifer Lawrence dashed through traffic as she made her way to the Ed Sullivan Theatre in New York City on Thursday evening (May 19). The 20-year-old “Winter’s Bone” actress was on hand to visit the “Late Show with David Letterman” while fresh off of the release of her debut photo in character as Katniss Everdeen for “The Hunger Games”. Enjoy the pictures of Jennifer Lawrence visiting ‘The Late Show with David Letterman’ in NYC (May 19). Below you can check one part of the interview as well. Full interview you can watch here.
Yesterday Jennifer not only visited Late Show with David Letterman, as well as promoting “The Hunger Games” at MTV Studios. As we can see, she replaced her Altuzarra dress and Alexandre Birman heels with striped cardigan, white t-shirt and jeans. I’ve added about 15 photos to our gallery, so check them out!
Candids: in New York City, May 19 (x06)
Candids: at MTV Studios, May 19 (x12)
Another day, another scene! Posted by Access Hollywood, the new clip features Hank inviting Mystique down to the Blackbird hanger to take some blood samples. Ashamed by his mutation, he is trying to make a serum that could make him appear normal and considering Mystique’s ability to change her appearance at will, he thinks that her blood may be the key. Whether that’s true or not is a different story entirely. Check out the clip below!
And this is the second part of Access Hollywood interview and this time, Jennifer talks about taking on the role of Mystique in the new movie, “X-Men: First Class”, what advice Rebecca Romijn (who had previously played the role in the film franchise) gave her and what we can expect from the prequel. She also mentions James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender, so it’s really worth seeing!