A deleted scene from American Hustle, which was released on DVD/Blu-Ray today, on this scene Jennifer dances and lip-sync along Santana’s “Evil Ways” song. All this scene was done in 1 take. It’s amazing! Here’s the video and below are screen captures.
Jennifer Lawrence Dances and Lip-Sync on Santana's Evil Ways
X-Men: Days of Future Past is the cover story on the May issue of Total Film, with a new Behind Scenes photo, here’s the article from the magazine, which also has a feature on The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
Here’s a deleted scene from American Hustle of Carmine on stage singing and you can see Jen dancing:
This is the scene where this still comes from and never made into the movie:
Screen Captures from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire DVD/Blu-Ray is out today on stores! Here’s the first featurette available via MTV.com. It has a small interview with Sam Clafin and Jena Malone talk about their scenes. And the deleted scene where Finnick teaches Katniss how to tie a knot.
EW.com also has 2 clips from the blu-ray, head over to their site to check them out: http://insidemovies.ew.com/2014/03/06/catching-fire-blu-ray/
Portraits from the Academy Awards of Jennifer and Matthew McConaughey are up in the gallery:
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Digital Scans from the March 14th issue of Entertainment Weekly are up in the gallery, thanks Claudia.
I’ve added many pictures of Jennifer Lawrence at the Academy Awards and the Vanity Fair Oscar Party. Huge thanks to my friends Claudia and Holly for the help.
I’m adding tons of pictures from the Academy Awards. Jennifer didn’t win the award for Best Supporting Actress, who won was Lupita Nyong’o, which I need to add, was well deserving!
A couple hundred pictures for now, more to come tomorrow!
Ellen took a star-filled Selfie during the Oscars and Jen was it, of course!:
Here’s the first look at Jennifer Lawrence at the 86th Annual Academy Awards. Looking beautiful in Dior. And the poor girl already tripped! More pictures to come. Good luck to Jen!
I’ve added 3 more pictures from the new Dior Photoshoot:
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While the Oscars are coming next Sunday, the less-serious awards, Nickelodeon’s Kids Choice Awards Nominations are out.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has been nominated for Favorite Movie, while Jennifer Lawrence has been nominated for Favorite Actress and Favorite Female Buttkicker, along with Jena Malone.
The Kids’ Choice Awards take place Saturday, March 29, from 8-9:30 p.m. ET/PT at the University of Southern California’s Galen Center.
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Much like the opinions embedded in the fandom of entertainment, the industry itself is an exercise in contradiction – often enjoyably so. For instance, it was just earlier today when there was talk of Jennifer Lawrence possibly taking a brief hiatus from acting, and it only took a couple of hours for news to break that another one of her future projects is moving forward. She’s set to star in an updated remake of John Steinbeck’s classic East of Eden, reteaming her with Hunger Games director Gary Ross, who has officially also taken on scriptwriting duties for the film. Or films.
THR doesn’t make it clear whether or not Ross is still planning his adaptation as two full features, as was originally reported. but this is one of the only instances where splitting a single novel into two films is entirely sensible. Ross first came on board in September when Universal and Imagine got the rights from the Steinbeck estate, and it’s no surprise that he eventually chose to write it, given he’d done the same for all three of his previous directorial efforts. It’s still a daunting task, whichever way he goes about it.
Widely considered Steinbeck’s greatest achievement, East of Eden is as much about pre-WWI Salinas Valley in California as it is about the families living therein. A loose retelling of Cain and Abel’s biblical story, it begins with the bullied and troubled life of Adam Trask, who later unwittingly married and had children with a ruthless whore named Cathy, who soon leaves them all behind. Those twins, Caleb and Aron, grow up oblivious of their mother’s identity, until it one day becomes a major part of their lives.
The previous adaptation was the 1955 version from Elia Kazan, starring James Dean in his first major role, but that film only took on the second portion of the book involving Caleb and Aron. Can Ross, whose previous films also include Seabiscuit and Pleasantville, do something that even the great Elia Kazan couldn’t do? Not that I’m sensationalizing it or anything.
It’s a heavy narrative, full of rich themes and characters, and it’ll probably take Ross a while to perfect his approach. Even then we’re not sure if Lawrence will be involved with the next X-Men film, or her eighth film with David O. Russell or something – and that’s assuming she even sticks with this and doesn’t opt out at some point. Either way, this is more interesting than the usual adaptation or remake, so let’s hope Ross knows the perfect way to bring it to the screen.