Welcome to Adoring Jennifer Lawrence, your original fansite resource online since 2010 dedicated to the beautiful and talented Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence. You may recognise her from various film and television roles, including her Oscar-nominated roles in American Hustle, Silver Linings Playbook and Winter's Bone, or from her roles in The Hunger Games as Katniss Everdeen or Mystique from X-Men: FirstB Class and X-Men: Days of Future Past. We aim to bring you all of the latest news and images relating to Jennifer's career, and we hope you enjoy your stay!
25
Dec
By Hillie   Filed under Image Gallery, The BeaverNo Comments

The first still of Jennifer in The Beaver has been released.


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21
Dec
By Hillie   Filed under Articles & InterviewsNo Comments

Jennifer Lawrence says she doesn’t spend much time pondering her status as a rising Hollywood star — if just because the work of being a rising Hollywood star is all-consuming.

Certainly, the 20-year-old Louisville native is new to the world of photo shoots for glossy magazines, in-depth interviews, film industry gossip and the non-stop work of major studio films. Lawrence says she’s too busy to be overwhelmed, and this is exactly how she wants it.

Her breakthrough moment arrived during the Sundance Film Festival in January, where the indie drama “Winter’s Bone” was a surprise hit with critics. Lawrence, the film’s star, was praised for her performance as an impoverished teenager seeking her father among the meth-makers of the Ozark Mountains.

Lawrence’s star is still rising — magazines such as Esquire and W have praised her, and in 2011 she’ll co-star in the action flick “X-Men: First Class” and the Mel Gibson drama “The Beaver.”

Meanwhile, Lawrence is racking up nominations for Hollywood awards — so far, the Golden Globe Awards, the Film Independent Spirit Awards and Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Q:You’ve said you were surprised by the Golden Globe nomination for best actress — that you didn’t even know the nominations were being announced when you found out. How is that possible?

A: I don’t really have the choice. I haven’t probably opened a computer in a year, and I’m filming a movie, so fortunately I do have the shutters closed, but not completely on purpose. I’ve been in London for most of this. I’ve been out of the heat of everything.

The attention must have taken some adjustment, no?

To me, it’s all work. It’s one photo shoot after another and then an interview. I hardly ever see the finished product, I hardly ever see the magazine. It’s mostly, like, ‘I’ve got a lot of work in the next few months.’ I’ve seen W. I just remember the photo shoot. I know that sounds bizarre, but that’s how I remember it — I remember seeing it on the monitor.

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21
Dec
By Hillie   Filed under Articles & InterviewsNo Comments

The top 10 films of 2010, according to AP Movie Writer David Germain:
1. “Winter’s Bone” — Yes, there’s a banjo, yet director Debra Granik’s country-noir gem is anything but the usual backwoods tale loaded with white-trash cliches. Jennifer Lawrence offers a star-making performance as a teen carrying the weight of the Ozarks on her shoulders as she doggedly confronts the region’s crime clan to find her missing dad and save her family’s home. The filmmakers present a raw, unsympathetic world filled with people capable of savage cruelty — and surprising nobility.

The top 10 films of 2010, according to AP Movie Critic Christy Lemire:
3. “Winter’s Bone”— There’s not a single false note in this intense, intimate story about a teenage girl struggling to keep her family’s home. Debra Granik’s backcountry drama oozes authenticity, both in its small details and its grand, haunting gestures. Jennifer Lawrence proves she’s a flat-out star as a young woman who ventures deep into the Ozark Mountains to track down her drug-dealing father. As she confronts increasingly dangerous foes, she discovers her own strength. But there’s also unexpected hope to be found toward the film’s end, especially in the scenes Lawrence shares with the formidable John Hawkes as her ornery uncle.


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21
Dec
By Hillie   Filed under Articles & InterviewsNo Comments

Jennifer is on Interview Magazine’s The Faces of 2010.

Though it was released in the midst of the summer heat, Debra Granik’s Winter’s Bone didn’t fail to inspire chills down the spines of anyone who saw it; and Jennifer Lawrence, the film’s star, gave the most powerful performance we’ve seen all year. Lawrence brought an understated dignity to the role of Ree Dolly, a tough 17-year-old in the Ozarks tasked with finding her delinquent, meth-dealing father in order to save her family’s modest home-a character who’s still haunting us half a year later. Still, one indie film, no matter how acclaimed, does not a career make-which is why we’re psyched to see Lawrence as Mystique in next year’s sure-to-be-blockbuster X-Men: First Class.

Quotable in 2010: “I wanted to write this one director a letter, so I wrote him a handwritten note,” Lawrence told Jodie Foster in November. “But then I was like, How many people are writing this guy handwritten letters? Is it going to seem cheesy? What do I do? Do I sleep outside of his house until he agrees to give me the part? … It makes you feel supercrazy. It’s like, ‘Please give me this part! I’ll boil a rabbit!’”

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21
Dec
By Hillie   Filed under Articles & InterviewsNo Comments

Jennifer nominated for Actress of the Year in the London Critics Circle Film Awards. Congratulations!

MOËT ACTRESS OF THE YEAR
Annette Bening – The Kids Are All Right (Universal)
Jennifer Lawrence – Winter’s Bone (Artificial Eye)
Natalie Portman – Black Swan (Fox)
Noomi Rapace – The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (Momentum)
Hailee Steinfeld – True Grit (Paramount)

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15
Dec
By Hillie   Filed under Articles & InterviewsNo Comments

Congratulations! Jennifer was nominated best actress for Winter’s Bone.

Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture – Drama
Halle Berry – Frankie and Alice
Nicole Kidman – Rabbit Hole
Jennifer Lawrence – Winter’s Bone
Natalie Portman – Black Swan
Michelle Williams – Blue Valentine

14
Dec
By Hillie   Filed under Articles & InterviewsNo Comments

Actress Jennifer Lawrence is one fresh-faced 20-year-old—but with seven films under her belt and major awards buzz for her work in Ozarks-set Winter’s Bone, she’s no shrinking starlet. The movie, which won Best Picture at the Gotham Independent Film Awards on November 29 and just racked up seven Spirit Awards nominations, stars Lawrence as Ree Dolly, a hard-bitten teenager in search of her father. The Kentucky native talked to West Coast editor Krista Smith about skinning a squirrel, making friends in young Hollywood, and the size of her trailer on the new X-Men set. Highlights from their chat:

Krista Smith: In Winter’s Bone, you play a 17-year-old—weren’t you close to that when you did it?
Jennifer Lawrence: I was a baby, 18—I had just turned 18.

Wow. So how many movies have you done now?
I did Poker House, The Burning Plain, Winter’s Bone, The Beaver…

And then you’re doing X-Men now?
X-Men is seven.

In your short career, you’ve had three huge female directors, which is unique considering women make up 7 percent of the D.G.A. [Directors Guild of America]. Did you recognize that fact at all?
It seemed normal to me. It’s not until now that I’m older that I can reflect, and really appreciate it and understand it.

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12
Dec
By Hillie   Filed under Image Gallery, Photoshoots, VideosNo Comments




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4
Dec
By Hillie   Filed under Image Gallery, The Beaver, VideosNo Comments

Trailer of The Beaver has been release. Jennifer only featured at the very end of the trailer.




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2
Dec
By Hillie   Filed under Articles & Interviews, PhotoshootsNo Comments


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2010 > Session 21 : Interview Magazine

It’s tough to say just when Jennifer Lawrence became one of the independent-film world’s most talked about young actresses, but the 20-year-old Kentucky native’s performance in Debra Granik’s Winter’s Bone, a small film released earlier this year about a teen in the Ozarks who sets off in search of her meth-cooking father, is the stuff of which careers are made. Prior to Winter’s Bone, Lawrence, who began acting in her early teens, spent three seasons playing a sitcom daughter on The Bill Engvall Show, while taking lauded turns as a 14-year-old overachiever with a strung-out prostitute mother in Lori Petty’s semiautobiographical The Poker House (2008), and as a young woman dealing with the sudden onset of adulthood and her own burgeoning sexuality in Guillermo Arriaga’s tragidrama The Burning Plain (2008). But her work in Winter’s Bone, portraying a character who is at once youthful, innocent, maternal, childlike, compassionate, and complicated, with an almost poetic restraint, has signaled her unofficial arrival—and inspired not-so-subtle murmurs of Oscar-worthiness along with it.

Lawrence can next be seen starring alongside Mel Gibson and Jodie Foster in the dark comedy The Beaver, about a man (Gibson) who communicates through a beaver puppet. She has also been cast as Mystique in X-Men: First Class, due out in June 2011. Foster, who also directed The Beaver, recently caught up with Lawrence, who was at home in Los Angeles.

JODIE FOSTER: When I was around your age, I did a bunch of interviews for Interview magazine. I interviewed Nastassja Kinski [February 1983] and this professor guy who I knew [Vincent Scully, May 1981], and a couple of other people. It was always very social. But things have changed a little bit.

JENNIFER LAWRENCE: Now, when you do interviews, they feel a little bit like job interviews.

FOSTER: Exactly. [laughs]

LAWRENCE:
I picked up an issue of Cosmopolitan the other day that had tips for job interviews, because I was like, “I need to get better at interviews.” The article was basically about how to get someone not to hate you in 20 minutes. Every single thing they told you not to do, I was like, “I do that every day.”

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Jennifer Lawrence as Serena Pemberton
In Depression-era North Carolina, the future of George Pemberton's timber empire becomes complicated when it is learned that his wife, Serena, cannot bear children.

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  • The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part I
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    Katniss Everdeen reluctantly becomes the symbol of a mass rebellion against the autocratic Capitol.

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  • The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part II
    Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen
    After being symbolized as the 'Mockingjay' Katniss Everdeen and District 13 engage in an all-out revolution against the autocratic Capitol.

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    Jennifer Lawrence as Joy Mangano
    A story based on the life of a struggling Long Island single mom who became one of the country's most successful entrepreneurs.

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  • X-Men: Apocalypse
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    The mutant forefather, En Sabah Nur, returns with plans to plunge the world into an apocalypse to ensure supremacy.

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