Annie on December 6th, 2013 Comments Off on Gallery Updates: Magazines

Good evening, everyone! I’m updating the gallery with some older magazines. Credits go Lilly, Luciana, Holly, Claudia, FSR and Marica:

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Annie on December 5th, 2013 Comments Off on Jennifer covers January 2014 Australian Marie Claire

Jennifer is on the cover of the January 2014 issue of Australian Marie Claire.

Annie on December 5th, 2013 Comments Off on Two New American Hustle Stills

Hey everyone, yet 2 more American Hustle stills are up!

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Annie on December 4th, 2013 Comments Off on 2 new American Hustle Stills and Behind Scenes Photos

2 new stills from American Hustle are up in the gallery (thanks jenlawfans.blogspot.com), and 2 new Behind Scenes photos.

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Annie on December 4th, 2013 Comments Off on W Magazine December Scan

Jennifer is feature on a behind scenes of American Hustle feature on the December 2013 issue of W magazine, scan via FSR

Annie on December 4th, 2013 Comments Off on Jennifer Lawrence on David Letterman skit Ken Burns’ “The Statement” by Rob Ford (Video)

This is from last week and I missed posting it.

Annie on December 3rd, 2013 Comments Off on Jennifer wins Best Supporting Actress at NY Film Critics Awards

Jennifer Lawrence has won the Best Supporting Actress Awards for her role in American Hustle at the 2013 New York Film Critics Awards.

American Hustle has also won the award for Best Picture and Screenplay!


Annie on December 3rd, 2013 Comments Off on Jennifer nominated for Best Supporting Actress for Satellite Awards

Jennifer Lawrence has been nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Award for her role in American Hustle. The movie is not even out out yet and it’s already scoring nominations!

Co-stars Amy Adams, Christian Bale and Bradley Copper have also been nominated for Best Actress, Best Actor and Best Support Actors, respectively.

American Hustle has also been nominated for Best Movie, while David O. Russell has been nominated for Best Director and Original Screenplay.

The awards are set to be presented on March 9th, 2014.

Annie on December 3rd, 2013 Comments Off on Jennifer Lawrence is one of Barbara Walter’s Most Fascinating People Of 2013

Jennifer Lawrence has been chosen as one of 2013 Most Fascinating People by Barbara Walters.

The interview airs on December 18th, 2013.

Annie on November 30th, 2013 Comments Off on Box Office: ‘Catching Fire’ Surges Friday for $482.3 Million Global Total

The “Hunger Games” sequel and animated family film “Frozen” — coming in No. 2 — are turning in the best Thanksgiving performances of all time.

Holiday moviegoers remained ravenous for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire on Friday, putting the sequel on course to score one of the best second weekends in the history of the film business, not accounting for inflation.

The Lionsgate pic grossed $31.3 million from 4,163 theaters for a domestic total of $253.3 million and stunning global haul of $482.3 million. If traffic holds at these levels, Catching Fire is poised to gross $110 million-plus for the five-day Thanksgiving stretch (Wednesday-Sunday) and $75 million-plus for the weekend itself in North America.

Costing $130 million to produce, Catching Fire could edge out Avatar ($75.6 million) and The Dark Knight ($75.2 million) to boast the top second weekend (three-day) on record after The Avengers ($103.1 million).

Disney’s 3D animated entry Frozen, opening Wednesday, also continued to soar, grossing $26.9 million from 3,742 locations for a three-day domestic total of $53.5 million and projected five-day debut in the $93 million range.

Loosely based on Hans Christian Andersen’s classic fairy tale The Snow Queen, Frozen — earning a coveted A+ CinemaScore — tells the story of a fearless princess (Kristen Bell) who sets off on an epic journey to find her sister, whose icy powers have caused an eternal winter. Last weekend, the 3D pic, costing $150 million to make, did big business when it played exclusively at Disney’s El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood.

Between them, Frozen and Catching Fire are serving up a record-breaking Thanksgiving. Frozen is poised to score the top holiday debut of all time, eclipsing the $80.1 million five-day debut of Pixar’s Toy Story 2 in 1999. It’s also destined to score the top opening for a Disney Animation Studios title, besting the $68.7 million debut of Tangled over Thanksgiving in 2010.

Catching Fire, now in its second weekend, will mark the top-grossing Thanksgiving film of any movie, topping previous record-holder Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone ($82.4 million). It also nabbed the best gross ever for Thanksgiving day — $14.9 million from 4,163 theaters — besting the $13.1 million earned by Toy Story 2.


Annie on November 27th, 2013 Comments Off on Gallery Updates: Silver Linings Playbook Screen Captures

One more movie screen captures update, probably my favorite movie of Jen: Silver Linings Playbook:

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Annie on November 27th, 2013 Comments Off on American Hustle Clip & TV Spots

A new clip featuring Jennifer Lawrence on American Hustle, plus 2 TV Spots. I can’t wait for this movie! It opens December 18th.

Annie on November 27th, 2013 Comments Off on Jennifer Lawrence Steals the Show in ‘American Hustle’ First Screening

Jennifer Lawrence in American Hustle

SAG audience responds warmly to first guild showing of David O. Russell film, while Amy Adams dishes on showing skin and kissing J-Law

“American Hustle,” the David O. Russell film that has been considered a possible last-minute spoiler in this year’s awards race, was unveiled to Oscar watchers on Sunday in Santa Barbara and in Culver City on the Sony lot, and the initial verdict was … all over the place.

Early reactions on social media talked of a standing ovation for Russell at the Santa Barbara Film Society screening on Sunday afternoon, and of scattered boos at a SAG Nominating Committee screening on the Sony lot that night. I wasn’t in Santa Barbara so I can’t vouch for the ovation, but I was at Sony and certainly didn’t hear any boos.

Annie on November 27th, 2013 Comments Off on Gallery Updates: The Hunger Games Screen Captures

Hello everyone, I’m *finally* coming around with movie screen captures, starting with The Hunger Games. Enjoy!

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Annie on November 25th, 2013 Comments Off on Serena: New Jennifer Lawrence-Bradley Cooper Movie Quietly Shopped to Buyers

Jennifer Lawrence & Bradley Cooper

CAA will start screening Susanne Bier’s Depression-era drama “Serena,” which was shot in early 2012, late this month — with the Weinstein Co. and Fox Searchlight already interested in the project.

Move over, Silver Linings Playbook and American Hustle. Another film starring Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper is headed to the big screen, and this one is shrouded in secrecy. Sources say CAA will begin quietly screening the Lawrence-Cooper pairing Serena for distributors in late November.

The Depression-era drama, directed by Danish helmer Susanne Bier, has been so long in the making (Lawrence and Cooper shot it in March 2012, right after Silver Linings and just as The Hunger Games was hitting theaters) that many have forgotten it exists. But project insiders say the film, which Bier has just finished editing, is generating frenzied interest from outlets including Fox Searchlight and The Weinstein Co. thanks to another powerful performance by Oscar winner Lawrence.

Still, it took Bier more than 18 months to finish the film, often a sign that a production is troubled.

“Actually, it was just the opposite,” says one insider. “There were no reshoots or anything like that. It was just a real precision edit because the story is about a woman’s descent into madness. And Susanne is a total perfectionist.” Like Lawrence, Bier is a recent Oscar winner (best foreign-language film in 2011 for In a Better World). But she was not the first director to stake a claim to Serena, based on Ron Rash’s 2008 novel about a North Carolina timber baron and his ambitious wife.

Darren Aronofsky originally was attached to direct with Angelina Jolie starring. But Aronofsky and Jolie fell out, Bier boarded and cast then-rising stars Cooper and Lawrence as the ill-fated newlyweds. Todd Wagner, who financed the film through his and Mark Cuban’s 2929 Productions, allowed Bier all the time she needed.

After Silver Linings, “We didn’t want to be the OK version of the Jennifer Lawrence-Bradley Cooper coupling,” says the insider. If the film sells, it could hit the 2014 festival circuit (Cannes and Venice have reached out) ahead of next year’s awards race.


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