Jennifer Lawrence DP/30 Interview

This hilarious interview of Jennifer Lawrence is definitely worth watching. You get 30 minutes of pure Jennifer Lawrence, I don’t know what can be much better if you’re a huge fan of hers! She talks a lot about how her life has changed, how it hasn’t, working with David O. Russell, The Hunger Games… she pretty much covers a lot of subjects.

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Video: Jennifer Lawrence Interview

Jennifer Lawrence talks to Anne Thompson from Thompson on Hollywood in which she discuss The Hunger Games, Silver Linings Playbook, and some of her other movie projects. 

She talks a lot about The Hunger Games, Katniss, and differences between working with Gary Ross and Francis Lawrence in the second video.


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Jennifer Lawrence: “Katniss goes to college”

In an interview with Vanity Fair, Jennifer Lawrence talks about Silver Linings Playbook, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, her brown hair, and how Suzanne Collins should write more Hunger Games books. It’s another funny interview with Jen, as usual. Click HERE to watch, or the picture below!

Source: Vanity Fair via HGgirlonfire

Jennifer Lawrence Talks Fame

There seems to be a never ending stream of Jennifer Lawrence news this weekend! Jennifer spoke with Canoe about how she’s handling the fame that has come with the success of The Hunger Games, and working with actors like Robert De Niro.

Has it been difficult to handle success — so much, so fast?

It hasn’t been for me. I don’t know what I’m waiting for. Everyone made it seem like, when it happens, everything his going to change, and you meet famous people and obviously, they act differently, but that’s because people treat them differently. And I would meet them and I used to wonder, ‘Is that what I’m going to end up like?’ But nothing has actually changed for me.


Well, now I get followed by paparazzi, but I just change cars with my friends so they don’t follow me, or now I’m looking at houses, because I love my condo, but it doesn’t have a gate so I have to look into moving. It’s just technical things like that. I have all the same people around me. I don’t like having B.S. people around me.

Did the Hunger Games mean a change in the roles you’ve been offered?

I didn’t really have any career expectations. I know that seems weird, but I’ve always been incredibly lucky, in that, the one script I read, that I fall in love with and I’m like, ‘I have to make this movie!’ or ‘I have to work with this director!’ — I’ve done it.

So that was such a rare, incredibly lucky thing that’s happened to me, that I wasn’t pining after these imaginary roles that I thought Hunger Games would satisfy. It was actually the opposite — I was afraid this one character would overpower the rest of my characters. But I genuinely liked the books and the movie and that character, and I wouldn’t be embarrassed to be known as that character for the rest of my life. Well, obviously, not only that character.

Click HERE to read the rest of the interview.

Source: HGgirlonfire

Video: Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper Interview

Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper talk to about filming Silver Linings Playbook together, as well as upcoming film Serena. Plus, there’s also a bit about Catching Fire at the end. Bradley sings high praise for his co-star, Jennifer.

Whenever she has to play somebody that gets angry or emotional, it’s so powerful.


Jennifer Lawrence stuns at TIFF

Did you see what Jennifer wore at the Toronto International Film Festival yesterday? Could she be more gorgeous!? We’ve seen her wear some pretty amazing dresses in the past, but I’m going to say I think this one is the best yet, do you agree?

Source: Huffington Post Canada


Jennifer Lawrence Confirms Catching Fire To Begin Filming September 11

As previously speculatedThe Hunger Games: Catching Fire will begin principle photography on Tuesday, September 11, 2012. Jennifer Lawrence confirmed with ET Canada on the red carpet at TIFF for her new movie The Silver Linings Playbook, that she will begin filming this upcoming Tuesday. Woody Harrelson also mentioned that he would begin filming in roughly 9 days (September 17, 2012).

Source: Down With The Capitol