Published by Fram Published on February 1, 2011

Jen’s upcoming film “Like Crazy” won best film in Sundance! I just found and added the first still of Jennifer in this film. It looks really promising. Also there is another on-set picture from X-Men (a little blurry I’m afraid).

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British actor Felicity Jones won the special jury prize: dramatic at the Sundance film festival at the weekend for her role in romance Like Crazy, which also won the grand jury prize for best film.

Drake Doremus’s film, whose dialogue was largely improvised, tracks the long-distance relationship between a British woman (Jones) and an American man (Anton Yelchin). The movie also features Jennifer Lawrence, whose film Winter’s Bone won last year’s grand jury prize and has been nominated for four Oscars.

Two world cinema special jury prizes: dramatic for breakout performances were presented to Olivia Colman and Peter Mullan for their roles in Tyrannosaur, Paddy Considine’s feature-length directorial debut about a troubled man who finds a chance of redemption in the form of a Christian charity shop worker. The film also won the world cinema directing award: dramatic, making it the recipient of most awards at this year’s festival.

Peter D Richardson’s film How to Die in Oregon, about terminally ill people considering euthanasia in the north-western US state, won the grand jury US documentary prize. Richardson dedicated his prize to the “extraordinary individuals who allowed me to enter their life, document their life during the last four years. This award is for you and because of you.” The award for best foreign documentary went to Hell and Back Again, about the devastating impact a Taliban machine-gun bullet has had on the life of 25-year-old US army sergeant Nathan Harris.

Science fiction tale Another Earth, about two strangers who meet each other the night before the discovery of a mystifying new planet, won the dramatic jury prize and the Alfred P Sloan science trophy for director Mike Cahill. Cahill said: “This is the greatest week of our lives.” Happy, Happy, Anne Sewitsky’s tale of troubled romance in the snowy Norwegian countryside, was named the winner of the best foreign drama prize.

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I just updated the gallery with scans of Jennifer in 2011. This includes the latest issue of EW (thanks to Kari). I also capped the interview Jen did for The Hollywood Reporter:

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And also here is the interview for THR:

Jennifer Lawrence: The Making of an ‘It’ Actress

The new Hollywood Reporter looks at the actress, once passed over for Bella in “Twilight,” and the year she’s had since becoming a Sundance sensation for “Winter’s Bone.”

Jennifer Lawrence cried when Winter’s Bone was accepted into the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. The picture, set in the Ozark Mountains, might have been tiny, but the actress had recognized that the part of Ree Dolly — a teen struggling to hold her family together and keep their home — was a gritty, uniquely tenacious role. So she pursued it with unabashed commitment, even taking a spontaneous red-eye flight to New York to press the producers for the part. At the time, her highest-profile role had been in Guillermo Arriaga’s stark low-budget drama The Burning Plain, which had just scored her the Marcello Mastroianni Award at the 2008 Venice Film Festival. Lawrence expected maybe a dozen people would see Bone, so its selection by Sundance was a splendid bonus for the cast, crew and co-writer/director Debra Granik. It was only a few days after its first screening that she realized that perhaps she had underestimated its impact.

“I got recognized on the street, and someone said, ‘I loved Winter’s Bone,’ ” the 20-year-old actress recalls. “And I was like, ‘You saw Winter’s Bone?’ ” (more…)

Published by Fram Published on January 31, 2011

Jennifer Lawrence is pretty in pink at the 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium on Sunday (January 30) in Los Angeles.

The 20-year-old Winter’s Bone actress chose an Oscar de la Renta shocking pink gown with draped bodice from the pre fall 2011 collection and Fred Leighton 18th Century rose-cut diamond pendant earrings.

Jennifer is nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role against Natalie Portman, Nicole Kidman, Annette Bening, and Hilary Swank.

On the red carpet, Jennifer shared that this is the first year she won’t be ordering takeout to watch the awards shows with her friend Laura.

FYI: Jennifer finished off her look with Roger Vivier shoes and a Judith Leiber bag.

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Jennifer Lawrence steps out in style on the red carpet at the Directors Guild Awards held at the Grand Ballroom on Saturday (January 29) in Hollywood.

The 20-year-old Winter’s Bone actress wore a white Prabal Gurung dress, Miu Miu shoes, Lorraine Schwartz jewelry, and Roger Vivier clutch.

Jennifer was recently Oscar-nominated for her work in Winter’s Bone. She’s up against Natalie Portman, Annette Bening, Nicole Kidman and Michelle Williams.

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Published by Fram Published on January 29, 2011

Just uploaded to the gallery Jennifer photoshoots, new and old ones. More than 200 pics:

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Published by Fram Published on January 28, 2011

Jennifer Lawrence woke up this morning and drove to her parents house in Santa Monica, Calif., to watch the Oscar nomination announcements on TV. “Some of my friends came over and my brother was there and we just screamed at the TV for a little bit,” Lawrence 20, told USA TODAY’s Carol Memmott, after she heard she got a nod for her work in Winter’s Bone.

The film has gotten lots of praise since it was released last year but Lawrence says she was still shocked by the best picture nomination. “It’s the only thing that really brings tears to my eyes. To think that we were working on this tiny movie. It was freezing cold and all of us were sick. And this was a tiny little movie but we were all there because we believed in it.” She adds, “I never imagined it and that’s what gives me goose bumps.”

Lawrence says she’s nothing like Ree, the character she plays in the film. “Fortunately our lives aren’t really comparable at all and I don’t share a lot of the traits that she has, but I did bring my stubbornness to her.”

She attended the Golden Globes with her parents and will most likely bring them to the Oscars as well.

As for what she’ll wear, she doesn’t know yet “but now I know it’s so scary. For the Golden Globes you get so excited. You get to dress like a princess and dress so beautifully and then by the end of all the fittings it’s like ‘gosh put me in something black that no one will make fun of me for’. There are so many different opinions and you start not trusting your own because it’s the world that’s going to be seeing it. You’re dressing for a billion different people.”

Next for the actress? Lawrence says “nothing’s technically green lit yet. I’m in talks for some stuff but nothing official yet” when asked about the next film she’ll be making. But she does have two films coming out soon: The Beaver in April and X-Men: First Class in June which she says “was fun. It was really cool. I had a blast.”

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Jennifer Lawrence prefers characters with an inner, almost indescribable drive; in fact she’s fascinated by them. Speakeasy caught up with the 20-year-old actress this afternoon to talk about her Best Actress nomination for “Winter’s Bone.” (You can read a full list of nominees here.)

In the film, based on a novel of the same name by Daniel Woodrell, Lawrence plays 17-year-old Ree Dolly. Providing for her two younger siblings and hell-bent on finding her meth cooking father amidst the dangerous world of the Ozarks drug culture, Lawrence stomps through the movie determined to free her family from the mistakes of her father. “I think she was strong and stubborn and determined and she had a heart that was almost too big for her,” Lawrence said, describing her character.

Lawrence said she was drawn to the script but more specifically the character of Ree. “I love stories that have a beginning, middle and an end. They start out one way and they come out on the other end, whether it’s worse or better. I’m fascinated with characters that don’t take “no” for an answer, which is just the definition of Ree.”

Lawrence is a TV series veteran, appearing in everything from “The Bill Engvall Show” to “Cold Case.” Not that she’s been nominated for an Oscar, is Lawrence done with TV guest appearances? “Well,maybe, maybe not,: she said.  “Never say never.”

Published by Fram Published on January 25, 2011

Jennifer  is nominated for an oscar!!! She made it into the 5 top actresses of the year and she may actually win an academy award (though it’s really tough to decide the best betweet these amazing ladies). Congratulations to her and best luck at the ceremony.

Actress in a Leading Role

Annette Bening in “The Kids Are All Right”
Nicole Kidman in “Rabbit Hole”
Jennifer Lawrence in “Winter’s Bone”
Natalie Portman in “Black Swan”
Michelle Williams in “Blue Valentine”

 

Published by Fram Published on January 21, 2011

As many of you already know, Jennifer had a role in “The Bill Engvall Show”. I just capped the first four episodes, more to come soon:

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Jennifer was @ Jimmy Kimmel Live at . Here are videos of her appearances there and also some caps:

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Published by Fram Published on January 20, 2011

I added some on set pics of Jennifer filming “X-Men: First Class” and also the first promoshoot picture and HQ still of the film:

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The movie posters promise that “X-Men: First Class” will be released June 3, but on Tuesday cameras were still rolling on the Fox film’s set and director Matthew Vaughn, making his biggest major studio feature film to date, sounded like a man running out of time. “I’m at that stage where I feel like a boxer against the ropes,” the director said as his crew prepared for the next shot on a location set in Long Beach. “I’m just throwing punches and taking them as they come and making sure I don’t hit the canvas.”

In the pages of Marvel Comics, the X-Men have been the ultimate outsiders for decades — even other superheroes view the strange mutant crew with mistrust, prejudice and disdain. So it’s fitting that “First Class,” the fifth Hollywood adventure for the heroes, will arrive in theaters this summer with so much to prove and plenty of doubters. For the all-new cast (led by James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender), the challenge is to replace the familiar faces of the franchise; for producer Bryan Singer, the challenge is to recapture the affection of comic-book movie fans; and for Vaughn, the challenge is, well, to actually finish making the film.

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Published by Fram Published on January 18, 2011

Jennifer speak at the 2011 Film Independent Spirit Awards Screening of “Winter’s Bone” at Regal 14 at LA Live Downtown yesterday in Los Angeles, California.

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Published by Fram Published on January 17, 2011

Winter’s Bone star Jennifer Lawrence keep it classy on the red carpet at the 2011 Golden Globe Awards held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday (January 16) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Jennifer,  donned a Louis Vuitton dress, Chopard jewels, Roger Vivier shoes, and Judith Leiber bag.
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Published by Fram Published on January 15, 2011

Back on adding older stuff in the gallery I uploaded all scans of Jennifer I could find. There are sets from 2008 to 2010. Credit for all 2008 scans and 2010 Esquire ones goes to allstars-online.net.

If you have a magazine with Jen that’s not already in the gallery, we’d love it if you could scan it and send it to us at jenlawrencecom@gmail.com. All donations will 100% credited and appreciated!

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Jennifer attended Critics’ Choice awards yesterday. She looked absolutely stunning and talked about her Golden Globes dress:

“Today I was doing Globes fittings,” the Winter’s Bone star told USA TODAY’s Andrea Mandell on the Critics’ Choice Awards red carpet. “I tried on about three dresses. My stylist knows she’s got about three to four dresses she can put me in before I’m like ‘Argh, I gotta get outta here!'”

But the budding fashionista says she knew her Globes dress when she saw it. “It was the one that I tried on during the second fitting that we saw on the rack, and everyone made fun of it. And I was the one that said to put it on. And I put it on everyone goes: ‘Oh! That’s amazing!’ That’s the first time I’ve ever been proud of a fashion decision,” she told us.

Any hints on what the dress looks like? “Well…it’s long and it’s dark,” she teases.

Here are some pics of her and also some from her attending AFI awards:

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