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Sian on February 3rd, 2012 0

After the trailer, another new still of Jennifer as Katniss Everdeen has been released so check it out in our The Hunger Games gallery

 

[x001] Movies: The Hunger Games – Promotional Stills

Marica on February 2nd, 2012 0

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Sian on February 2nd, 2012 0

The Belfast Telegraph has an article about Jennifer’s hair in The Hunger Games  where she plays Katniss Everdeen.

Jennifer Lawrence’s “athletic” The Hunger Games film role decided her signature on-screen hairstyle.

The stunning actress stars as Katniss Everdeen in the highly anticipated picture.

The film is set in a future where a boy and girl from the 12 districts are selected to fight to the death on live television. Jennifer’s character Katniss volunteers to take her younger sister’s place for the latest battle.

The Hunger Games’ on-set hairstylist Linda Flowers has revealed how she decided on Jennifer’s character’s signature braided look.

“I thought about her character’s reality – she’s a hunter who is active and very physical. So I wanted something easy that an athlete would wear and most importantly wouldn’t get in the way of her bow and arrow. That’s how I decided on the side braid,” she told Beauty High.

“I also wanted the braid to be visible from all camera angles, so I had it start on the left side of her head and wove it around to the right.”

Linda says braided tresses were a huge part of Katniss’ look.

The hair professional couldn’t get enough of the no-nonsense style on set.

“During the scene when she rides a chariot in the Capitol wearing the dress that’s on fire, we mixed in ten different plait styles into her updo,” she said. “It was like a head dress of braids!”

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Sian on February 2nd, 2012 0

I found a new hunger games still which features Jennifer as Katniss Everdeen with her stylist Cinna (Lenny Kravitz)

[x001] Movies: The Hunger Games – Promotional Stills

Marica on February 1st, 2012 0
2012 Issue 5 'The Hunger Games' CastFrom budgets and salaries, to the accident that sent star Jennifer Lawrence to the hospital, the new issue of The Hollywood Reporter features director Gary Ross and never-revealed details about the fast-approaching pop culture phenomenon, in theaters March 23.

The first of four parts in Suzanne Collins‘ massively popular book series The Hunger Games, about two dozen children randomly chosen to compete for survival, opens March 23 on more than 4,000 screens across the country. The film’s reception could determine whether its stars — Jennifer Lawrence, 21; Josh Hutcherson, 19; and Liam Hemsworth, 22 — ascend to Kristen StewartRobert PattinsonTaylor Lautner superstardom and fill the gap opening as Twilightheads toward its final chapter

For Lionsgate, which has struggled recently at the box office (Abduction, Conan the Barbarian), Games is its first major test since acquiring Summit Entertainment, the studio behind The Twilight Saga franchise, in January — a move that yokes together execs responsible for the most recent youth phenomenon with those hoping to launch the next. Games’ success could impact the future of many at Lionsgate, all eager to claim credit for the Collins adaptation, now that the film division has named Summit’s Robert Friedman and Patrick Wachsberger to run it.

PHOTOS: Behind the Scenes of THR’s Hunger Games Cover Shoot

“After the trailer launched Nov. 14, we had 8 million views in the first 24 hours,” says Lionsgate Films president Joe Drake. “We were the number one Twitter trend on the planet. Since then, the book sales have jumped 7.5 million copies. That kind of data gives us enormous confidence.”

Hollywood Reporter executive editor, features, Stephen Galloway, was tasked with talking to director Gary Ross and cast on the cusp of their potential superstardom. The Oscar-nominated Ross and others close to the movie revealed many previously unknown secrets surrounding the highly-anticipated film.

PHOTOS: The Hollywood Reporter Cover Stories

Marica on January 31st, 2012 0

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Marica on January 31st, 2012 0

This is the second time that Jennifer is featured in a Hollywood Cover for Vanity Fair. It’s for the March issue :)

In the first-ever Hollywood Issue cover shoot from Vanity Fair contributing photographer Mario Testino, a bevy of Hollywood’s most precocious beauties lounge across a three-panel foldout—including two new Oscar nominees. The Art Deco set was designed to evoke the all-white, Jazz Age interiors of English decorator Syrie Maugham, whose clients included Bunny Mellon, Elsa Schiaparelli, and the Duchess of Windsor; V.F.’s fashion and style director, Jessica Diehl, put the 11 cover starlets in pastel satin dresses and frothy feathers to lend a 20s and 30s boudoir feel. Across the panels are actresses Rooney Mara, Mia Wasikowska, Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Chastain, Elizabeth Olsen, Adepero Oduye, Shailene Woodley, Paula Patton, Felicity Jones, Lily Collins, and Brit Marling. Mara and Chastain—both featured on the front panel—were nominated for Academy Awards in January, Mara for her portrayal of cyberpunk hacker Lisbeth Salander in David Fincher’s Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and Chastain for her supporting role in Tate Taylor’s Oscar heavyweight, The Help. (The Julliard grad also had starring roles in Take Shelter, The Tree of Life, and Coriolanus in 2011.)

Marica on January 31st, 2012 0

Looks like Jennifer will be really busy this year. So many amazing roles :)

The team behind the 2011 franchise origins pic, including stars Michael Fassbender and Jennifer Lawrence, are locked in for another installment.

Concurrent with today’s announcement that Emma Watts renewed her contract as 20th Century Fox production president until 2015, it was revealed that Fox has closed deals for Matthew Vaughn and the cast of X-Men: First Class to return for the forthcoming sequel.

Vaughn joins previously-announced collaborators Bryan Singer (X-Men and X2), who is producing, and Simon Kinberg, who wrote Sherlock Holmes, but perhaps more importantly to fans of the franchise, the critically-reviled X-Men: The Last Stand.

An X-Men: First Class sequel would offer Vaughn his first successful franchise after stalled efforts to turn Stardust and Kick-Ass into film series. Meanwhile, in October the filmmaker discussed the possibility of taking on The Secret Service or Superior, two other projects which would reunite him with his Kick-Ass collaborator, Mark Millar.

X-Men: First Class successfully relaunched the marquee franchise, and was one of the best reviewed tentpoles of the year, as well as earning $353.6 million worldwide. The sequel should benefit from the attention Michael Fassbender and Jennifer Lawrence have attracted via upcoming projects such as Fassbender’s Prometheus and Lawrence’s starring role in the hotly anticipated adaptation of The Hunger Games.

Source: THR.com

Marica on January 31st, 2012 0


Bradley Cooper may be best known for starring in The Hangover, which has become the biggest comedy franchise of all-time (he’s current negotiating a $15 million payday to return for a third installment), but outside of that series, the newly minted A-lister has shown a laudable commitment to making low- to mid-budget dramas. In addition to last year’s Limitless and this year’s Sundance entry The Words, Cooper recently shot Derek Cianfrance’s The Place Beyond the Pines and David O. Russell’s The Silver Linings Playbook, and Vulture hears that his next project will be in the same vein: an adaptation of the period novel Serena, which will reteam him with his Silver Linings co-star Jennifer Lawrence.

Set up at Mark Cuban’s 2929 Entertainment and based on the 2008 book by Ron Rash, Serena takes place in 1929 North Carolina, where young newlyweds George and Serena Pemberton move to build a timber empire. Their ambition is all-consuming and dangerous — neither is afraid to kill or destroy anyone who opposes them — but they’re turned against each other when Serena finds she can’t bear children and then launches a deadly vendetta against her husband’s illegitimate son. It’ll be a juicy role akin to Lady Macbeth for Lawrence, who’s got The Hunger Games coming out this March; indeed, Angelina Jolie once flirted with making Serena with director Darren Aronofsky. Instead, Academy Award winner Susanne Bier (In a Better World) will direct, and shooting is set to begin soon.

Source: nymag.com

Marica on January 30th, 2012 0

Jennifer appeared in Parachute’s “The Mess I Made” video. Check out the amazing video and the caps in the gallery.

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Sian on January 30th, 2012 0

Contact Music has an article on Jennifer in where she talks about people in general being desensitized to heartbreak using Kim Kardashian’s marriage breakdown as an example. 

Jennifer Lawrence thinks the general public are too “desensitised” to heartbreak. The Oscar-nominated actress plays the lead role of Katniss in ‘The Hunger Games’, about a future world where teenagers are made to fight to the death while on television, and she believes such things are comparable to the modern TV-viewing public – citing the break-up of Kim Kardashian’s marriage to Kris Humphries as an example.

She said: “We all can’t wait to tune in to the new season of ‘The Kardashians’ to watch a marriage be destroyed.

“That’s such a heartbreaking, terrible thing to happen to anybody and we tune in and watch it. We’re become more and more desensitised to the things we see on TV. That’s our entertainment: people suffering.”

However, realism was difficult to achieve with the film as director Gary Ross had to commit to a PG-13 rating, not that it is something he regrets.

He told Empire magazine: “I don’t think it has to be violent in order to be urgent.

“For the majority of the movie Katniss is being pursued and it’s a violent universe she’s in. But that doesn’t mean the violence has to be depicted gruesomely or exploited in any way.”

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Marica on January 29th, 2012 0

I updated the studio shoots section with a couple of new pics and replaced some with either HQ or untagged versions. Enjoy!

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Marica on January 29th, 2012 0

“The Hunger Games” is featured in the March issue of Empire UK. I added the scans to the gallery.

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Marica on January 28th, 2012 0

I found some of the pics from Jennifer’s 2010 InStyle shoot in HQ and added a brand new one. It’s one of my fav shoots!

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Marica on January 27th, 2012 0

Every time a new image is released from The Hunger Games, fans react like it’s a gift from their sponsor flying in by silver parachute. (If you don’t know what that means, you still have 55 days to read the book before the premier.)

But we have to admit, even we squealed a bit over this new picture, which shows Katniss before the chariot ride in the opening ceremonies. Her dress, which earns her the nickname “Girl on Fire,” is amazing—but what we’re really impressed with is the smoldering makeup. In the book, Katniss describes her face in this scene as “relatively clear of makeup, just a bit of highlighting here and there.” But from the looks of the photo, makeup artist Ve Neill either didn’t read the book (we’re guessing probably not so likely) or took some creative license (and we don’t mind!). Here’s how she got the look:

Eyes: Neill used M.A.C. Eyeshadow in Orange to create the flare in the outer corners before lining her eyes in black cream liner. She added Urban Decay False Lashes in Lure for extra intensity. “The more makeup you put on a beautiful woman, the more exotic and mature she looks,” said Neill. “We wanted to keep her looking really youthful.”

Cheeks: Neill drew attention to her “beautiful, heart-shaped face” by highlighting her cheekbones with M.A.C. Lustre Drops in Sunrush (a liquid gold highlighter).

Lips: Those lips (which spend the last half of the Games kissing Peeta) were amped up with L’Oréal Infallible Lipgloss in Fiery (a bronzey pink). “We wanted it to be clean, crisp beauty with touches of color,” Neill said.

What do you think of Katniss’s makeup? Do you love it, or do you wish Neill had stayed more true to the book? And most of all, would you wear it?

Source: Allure.com

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