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Jennifer Lawrence's fast and impressive rise to the top of the A-list has seen her have the opportunity to work with some legitimately great directors - including David O. Russell, Bryan Singer and Matthew Vaughn - but her next project will see her team up with one of Hollywood's most legendary filmmakers.
Jennifer Lawrence has taken to her Facebook page to vehemently deny allegations that she argued with director David O. Russell on the set of Joy.
Has David O. Russell been upto his old tricks? Because rumors have suggested that he's had a run-in with Jennifer Lawrence while on the set of Joy.
Among those Sony leaked e-mails, a revelation that female stars are not paid as much as their male co-stars came up, and now Amy Pascal is opening up on how she thinks those actresses can earn fair wages.
Two new Passengers are set to board the long delayed Sci Fi drama, and they're pretty big deals. Read on, and leave your finest Katniss/Star Lord couples' nicknames in the comments!
Jennifer Lawrence was cast as Katniss Everdeen in the Hunger Games franchise back in 2011, and she quickly rose to international stardom. In retrospect, however, the 24-year-old actress was actually terrified of signing on to something as huge as the young adult franchise.
Jennifer Lawrence has made a fast climb to the top. She has already worked with some of top actors and actresses in the game, including the likes of Bradley Cooper, Julianne Moore, Michael Fassbender and Robert De Niro.
There were a few surprising and unexpected choices within the Movie categories at The People's Choice Awards, but possibly most surprising of all was the biggest award of the night, Favorite Movie
To help fight against this devastating virus, and to give aid to the countries hit hardest by it, Jennifer Lawrence and several of her Hunger Games cast members, like Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson, starred in a PSA for the Ebola Survival Fund.
The folks over at Fandango surveyed more than 1,000 movie fans and polled them on which stars and films theyíre most anticipating to see grace the screen in 2015. Naturally, Star Wars, Avengers and Hunger Games topped the film categories, and the actor lists were very much a reflection of this ranking.
Circulating rumors have claimed the women in American Hustle earned much less than their male counterpart. Lisa Kudrow recently spoke out about this subject, and was not happy about it.
At first glance, Guardians of the Galaxy and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 don't seem to have a lot in come. But they both hit incredible milestones this year that put them on the same list.
Mystique was already one of X-Men: Days of Future Pastís most important characters, but had Matthew Vaughn stayed to direct the film, her role would have been expanded even more.
Amidst the chaos that has formed from the Sony hacking scandal some interesting information has been leaked that drops some big names for the casting of Ghostbusters 3.
The multi-talented actress already has two franchises to her name in The Hunger Games and the X-Men series. When she isnít lending her powers to a tentpole, sheís contending for Oscars in a David O. Russell drama like American Hustle or Joy. But her name is now in the Ghostbusters conversation, mainly because she put it there.
SPOILER WARNING: The rest of this article contains major spoilers for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Ė Part 1. If you havenít seen the movie ye, and still wish to go into a screening with little knowledge about major plot elements, I would recommend clicking away to one of our other wonderful articles.
Last week, I sat down with Sam Claflin, who won our hearts in Catching Fire, and now breaks them in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1. It turns out, even though Finnick gets his big moment of scorning the Capitol with his carefully collected secrets, there was something the filmmakers cut out of his Part 1 plot.
We're finally seeing where director Francis Lawrence has divided the final chapter of Katniss Everdeen. And frankly, it's perfection.
The Annual Hunger Games are on again, and they're off to a great start! After the jump, have a look last night's results, as well as what they could mean for the franchise and the film market of 2014.
If you havenít seen The Hunger Games yet, run away! This page is LOADED WITH SPOILERS. The rest of you can spend the rest of the week Ė as well as the weekend -- raving (or ranting) about our newest epic, Mockingjay.
In The Hunger Games, the spirit of rebellion within Katniss Everdeen inspires revolt in the oppressed districts of Panem. Well, the fictional heroine is also inspiring students in Thailand, and it's not going unnoticed.
Who doesn't want to have Hunger Games-themed cocktails and embrace their inner Katniss with a bit of archery in preparation for the release of the worldwide sensation's latest installment? Well, thanks to one innovative movie theater chain, you can do both without risking the intervention of loved ones or police officers.
Jennifer Lawrence has been called a lot of things. The next big thing, extremely talented, and of course Ė J Law. But one of her Hunger Games colleagues has just given everyone tons of inspiration to create even more nicknames, as they've labeled her on the level of Jesus himself.
By the start of this third Hunger Games installment, Finnick has twice survived the deadly games put on by the Capitol to keep the Districts in line. For the first time since his reaping, he's out of the spotlight of President Snow, and it makes for a character that Sam Claflin compares to Marilyn Monroe.
Ladies and gentlemen, Hunger Games Week 2014 has begun. We are now just a few days away from the release of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, which means that we are going to start seeing stars Jennifer Lawrence, Woody Harrelson, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth all over the place - and it kicked off last night on Saturday Night Live.