Fantastic video from Tennessee: Interview with Francis Lawrence

Hunter Phillips, who was an extra on the first film (he stood two spots behind Peeta during the Reaping scene) has put together a phenomenal video from the special screening in Tennessee on behalf of the Hunger Games Fireside Chat Podcast.

Most notably, go about four minutes in and watch the wonderful interview with Francis Lawrence. What a NICE GUY!

Great job, Hunter!

Bad Lip Reading featuring Silver Linings Playbook Clip

So everyone, who doesn’t love a good Bad Lip Reading??  The producers of the Independent Spirit awards recently posted to their YouTube account a hilarious new video featuring a clip of Jennifer Lawrence in Silver Linings Playbook.

The video also features Seven Psychopaths and Moonrise Kingdom amongst others.

Check it out!

 

 

What do you guys think? Funny right?!

Thanks to JLdaily on Twitter for the tip!

‘Hunger Games’ Among YouTube’s Most Watched Trailers of 2012

YouTube has released their list of most viewed trailers for the year and the second theatrical trailer for The Hunger Games came in sixth place!  The list includes not only television and  movie trailers  but video game trailers as well,  which actually took the top two spots.  So, if we’re just looking at most watched movie trailers, The Hunger Games are number four!  Let’s watch it once more, shall we?

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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.

 

Thanks to The Hob!

Video: Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper Interview

Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper talk to Tribute.ca 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.

Source: jenniferlawrence.org