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Given that Passengers won’t be out until December 21st, and that that a lot of the visual effects were far from done, it will probably be a little while before Sony releases any footage from the movie – but I’m telling you now that you need to start getting excited for this one (if you weren’t already).
James McAvoy now expressed interest in returning to play Charles Xavier at some point following X-Men: Apocalypse, and he thinks that his co-star Jennifer Lawrence will join him.
The second X-Men trilogy will be wrapping up when X-Men: Apocalypse hits screen later this summer. While plenty of films set in the X-Men universe are planned, we don’t really know what’s in store for the primary team once this film ends.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 is seen as a massive disappointment by some. So, naturally, it's time for an Honest Trailer to prove to us just why the finale to Katniss Everdeen's adventures should have died at the Cornucopia.
X-Men: Apocalypse is on the edge of changing franchise history in a big way. Check out the new artwork showcasing Jennifer Lawrence's Mystique and the X-Men she'll lead into battle.
While the cast of the Ghostbusters reboot has been controversial to say the least, that controversy is one of the reasons that the new film has become so highly anticipated. All eyes are on Ghostbusters’ four lead women to see how the film will turn out.
Jennifer Lawrence earned an obscene amount of money last year. In fact, she earned way more than all of the other Oscar nominees, and only Robert Downey Jr. surpassed her bank balance.
Everyone has their favorite actors, and, often those actors are actual, big-time movie stars. Well, a recent Harris Poll surveyed American adults last year to find out exactly who ranks as the biggest movie star in the U.S.
Sometimes the movies and performances that we remember, that truly stand the test of time, don't wind up winning Academy Awards, and sometimes lesser movies do. Here are 10 Oscar winners that took home a statue for the wrong movie.
It looks like Jennifer Lawrence isn't over her days as a would-be toppler of governments, as her next potential project has her taking aim at a real life dictator. Read on to see who's in the crosshairs this time.
Javier Bardem + Jennifer Lawrence + Darren Aronofsky = a cinephile's paradise.
Joy stars Jennifer Lawrence as Joy Mangano, the inventor of the Miracle Mop (among other products), and it encompasses the struggles she endured before making it big. The movie is in theaters as we speak.
Winning the Academy Award must be a thrilling experience. For an actor, it’s the top prize to receive as recognition for your work. We’d have to imagine that it has to be the most wonderful, magical experience, like a dream coming true. Unless you’re Jennifer Lawrence.
When it comes to casting, Quentin Tarantino often writes characters with particular actors in mind. This is why you tend to see many of the same performers popping up in his films time and again.
Joy tells the story of an inventive single mother, played by Jennifer Lawrence, who transcends her wacky but supportive family to eventually build an empire in the house-cleaning industry. It co-stars Bradley Cooper, Robert De Niro, Virginia Madsen, Edgar Ramirez, Diane Ladd, Isabella Rossellini, Elisabeth Rohm and Dascha Polanco. It will open in theaters on December 25.
A lot has been made about young actresses playing much older characters, but it looks like that may be taken to the extreme as Jennifer Lawrence could wind up playing Robert De Niro's mother.
With a legendary property like Star Wars spanning over decades of fans young and old, there's bound to be a lot of those fans that were inspired to become entertainers themselves. Watch folks like that do their best impressions of the galaxy far, far away.
Jennifer Lawrence has candidly admitted that she wants nothing to do with the recently proposed Hunger Games spin-offs.
Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) traveled back in time to correct a devastating future. And in the process, he reset a timeline that will lead to many new changes for Apocalypse. But one major change will NOT affect Jennifer Lawrence. At least, not entirely.
X-Men: Apocalypse opens in theaters on May 27, a lucky slot for the X-Men saga over the years.