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When I heard that nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence had been leaked to our fair Internet, my first thought was this: MUST SEE NOW. It makes sense that I would have a prurient interest in said photographs. After all, I?m human; I?m a lady who finds dudes and ladies attractive; I?m a JLaw fan (hooray for Katniss!), and I like to look at naughty sexy things. ?Leaked nude photos? definitely sounded like naughty sexy things.
Then I sat down and had a good think about it. In this day and age of instant gratification, it may seem quaintly old-fashioned to take a pause between one?s immediate impulse and one?s behavior, but I have found that in numerous situations it has helped me enormously. For example, I have used this mysterious yet effective technique of ?waiting just a goddamn minute? to avoid punching the dude in front of me in line at Starbucks (you know, the one with the idiotically complex order who treats the staff like servants? That guy.) And when it comes to the Web, a moment of consideration can mean the difference between hitting SEND on a career-ending nasty email to a boss and hitting SEND on a more thoughtful, measured missive that might just win you points with the old bastard. Continue reading “[ARTICLE] Jennifer Lawrence Is Not a Thing To Be Passed Around”
Sneak attacks, back-stabbing, theft and deception ? all necessary to survive in the world of The Hunger Games. But when it bleeds over into reality, as it did with the recent theft of hundreds of celebrity nude photos from private online accounts, things have gone too far, says star Josh Hutcherson.
?My reaction was anger, initially, and truly disappointment in society as a whole,? Hutcherson said of the nude photo hack over the Labour Day weekend, which resulted in the theft of hundreds of images from dozens of celebrities, most notably his Hunger Games co-star and friend Jennifer Lawrence.
?It?s not something that any of us signed up for,? Hutcherson said. ?When Jen started acting she was 12 years old. I started when I was nine. People say if you?re an actor, you have to think about being in the public eye. No, that?s not true.?
Hutcherson is an affable, easygoing guy, but his eyes darken when he talks about the celebrity photo hack, and how it affected Lawrence and dozens of other actresses, singers and models.
?You have a certain public recognition and whatnot. But it?s not about having your private life literally looked into and stolen from you,? he said. ?Becoming an actor shouldn?t mean that you have to deal with being stalked.?
Hutcherson loves his job and loved working on The Hunger Games, but maintains that the price of fame shouldn?t include invasions of privacy.
?When we?re doing our job, yeah we?re in the public eye. When we go to press events, yeah we?re in the public eye. Because you choose to go to it,? he said. ?The fact that we don?t have a choice sometimes? That?s completely illegal, and it?s completely unfair.?
Although he?s fast friends with Lawrence off set, he hasn?t talked to her yet about the photo hack. Because, appropriately enough, he respects her privacy.
?I didn?t really want to bring it up to her, it?s a personal thing that she?s going through, and if she wants to talk to me, she?ll talk to me about it,? he said. ?It?s hard. I feel horrible for it all.?
Jennifer Lawrence has set a Guinness World Record thanks to her role as Katniss Everdeen in the action blockbuster franchise The Hunger Games. The 24-year-old has now been named the highest grossing action movie heroine, according to a statement written on the Guinness World Records website.
Set in a dystopian future, The Hunger Games follows the story of a 16-year-old girl called Katniss. North America has become the society of ?Panem,? which is segregated into a total of 12 districts dotted around an affluent Capitol. A thirteenth district once existed, but was forced underground after its residents rebelled against the Capitol.
The remaining, financially-embattled districts were then forced to participate in a televised event called the Hunger Games. One boy and one girl from each region must be selected as ?Tributes? to undergo an intense program of training, eventually fighting one another to the death in controlled, arena-style battles.
The first two films in the Hunger Games series have managed to gross over $1.5 billion internationally, while Catching Fire remains the highest-grossing post-apocalyptic movie, earning more than $850 million worldwide. Released in 2012, the first film achieved $67.3 million for its opening day, and $152.5 million over its opening weekend.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay ? Part 1 is due for release on Nov. 21, 2014, in U.S. and U.K. theaters. Directed by Francis Lawrence, Part 1 will see Katniss moved from District 12 to District 13, as she pursues her rebellion against Panem.