‘The Hunger Games’ is now hungry for actors you’ve heard of.
Sound the ‘Hunger Games’ alarm. There’s more ‘Hunger Games’ news.
Another day, another ‘X-Men: First Class’ trailer.
In Fox’s new poster for ‘X-Men: First Class’, we see Beast, Mystique, and a bunch of non-blue muties all walking in different directions. Or standing around. Whatever.
Jennifer Lawrence appears in her first big summer blockbuster! Rebecca Romijn? She’s in a Tyler Perry movie.
‘Hunger Games’ continues its trend of hiring people you’ve never heard of.
Banks is in talks to star as Effie Trinket in ‘The Hunger Games’. Trinket is a beaurocrat, an escort for death-match participants and a bubbly airhead. In that order.
This is why they announce the release dates early, so you can start making arrangements.
Relativity has picked up the Jennifer Lawrence thriller ‘House at the End of the Street’. What did you think I meant? Sex? No, but that would be awesome.
What young girl doesn’t dream of getting passed around like a doobie between two stoners? Blake Lively certainly must. She’s the current front runner to play the female lead in Oliver Stone’s new drama, ‘The Savages’.
January Jones is doing her part to save the magazine industry.
Josh Hutcherson, Hunter Parish, Evan Peters and more are up for the role of Peeta, the futuristic version of “Peter.”
The Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters is a place where mutants can hang out, and do whatever!
Oliver Stone gets the ol’ ‘Winter’s Bone’ from Jennifer Lawrence.
A strong portrait of coping with depression. With a beaver.
Lawrence officially did get the part in ‘Hunger Games’, a film franchise that’s getting hyped as the new ‘Twilight’. *Confetti*
Every young actress in Hollywood is after the lead in ‘Hunger Games’, based on the first in a series of dystopian novels by Suzanne Collins, that are apparently similar to – what else? – ‘Twilight’.
The list of talented young actresses who have read for this film is intense.
Producers were looking for an attractive white girl to play the lead. Well, against all odds, they found some.
Savages seems to be putting some amazing pieces together to make the literary adaptation, well, amazing.
This week we throw our Best Actress contenders into the Thunderdome, arm then with cudgels and see who among them has the fortitude to grab blood-smeared victory.
This relationship study is raw, honest and brutal, yet beautiful.
Taylor Lautner has recently signed on to star in eight hundred and forty seven upcoming films, including Incarceron, a strange but interesting sounding young adult lit adaptation about Lautner romancing the daughter of a warden on a prison planet.
Today I have for you some boring pics from the set of X-Men: First Class. I take that back. If you love 60's styling and umbrellas then these pics are going to make your Monday. In them we see James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence, and Rose Byrne as Charles Xavier, Mystique, and Moira McTaggart, respectively, braving the drizzle.
Yes, Xavier has hair and the ability to walk at this point in his life and Mystique is blue and clothed. The question we're all asking ourselves is, what will Jennifer Lawrence look like when she's, you know, all Mystique-y? Rebecca Romjin didn't look three-quarters bad wearing next to nothing. Of course, First Class takes place in the 60s so one might expect a fuller figure to be in vogue. God knows all of you would love to see Christina Hendricks show up in "Mad Men" with only blue pasties as her attire.
Check out the X-Men umbrellas after the jump…
Lawrence pictured on Level 4-1 of Super Mario Bros.
Jennifer Lawrence is having a great year. After breaking out in Winter's Bone, she quickly lined up roles in The Beaver and X-Men: First Class. Now she has her sights set on a role in Crazy Heart director Scott Cooper's Lie Down In Darkness.
"I am obsessed with that part. I have this feeling of protectiveness over characters I want to play. I worry about them — if someone else gets the part, I'm afraid they won't do it right."
The former star of "The Bill Engvall Show" goes on to say:
"I'm trying to write the director of 'Lie Down in Darkness' a letter to convince him that I should be in his movie. I'll chase him if I have to. I'll sit outside his house." She laughed. "I'm beside myself over that script. When I get like that, anything's possible."
Ruh-roh. Looks like we've got another Sean Young on our hands. I've already called the police. (W Magazine)
What the hell is she holding?Early reports that Amber Heard would play Mystique in Matthew Vaughn's X-Men: First Class were sexy… but wrong. That role is actually going to Winter's Bone star Jennifer Lawrence. The rising star will be coated in blue bodypaint to play the shapeshifter after she wraps the horror film The House at the End of the Street.With this announcement, also comes the news that Kevin Bacon will in fact play the film's villian. Which means, if you see him beating up any schoolchildren in England in the next few months, just keep walking. Just making a movie. Nothing to see there. (THR)
Jennifer Lawrence is a well-fed farmgirl and actress hailing from Louisville, KY. A former childhood actor from "The Bill Engvall Show," she makes her huge leap from the small screen to the big one this Friday with indie fest favorite Winter's Bone. While she is buttoned-up for the cold Ozark winter in her performance as Ree Dolly, we can see, once summer comes, a body that will give us a bone for all seasons.A word from Jennifer: "They want you to be likable all the time, and I'm just not."Harsh truth from a Twitter-gen actress. Bloggers feel your pain.More bonerific pics after the jump.