Jennifer Lawrence is spotted on the set of her new film ‘Joy’ on March 30, 2015. Jennifer seen walking up to her trailer.
So, about that architecturally beautiful pair’s pit stop here to push their latest co-movie. Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence and almost Oscar winner Bradley Cooper’s films stack together like a deck of cards: “Silver Linings Playbook,” “American Hustle,” now “Serena,” next “Joy.”
She to every reporter, “But we’re not having sex.”
Once it was Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks. ThenElizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. Then Angelina and Brad. Now the unsexed Jennifer and Bradley.
“Serena,” set in North Carolina, got filmed in Prague. Movie any good? Replied an insider: “Who cares? It’s Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper.”
The bookends flew in for the night. Back pdq to Boston where, again, filming together. Info: “They’ll arrive together 6:30ish.” The ish was 7:20. A private bench was cleared for their molded behinds. She: “I can’t sit in this dress.”
“Prague was great,” he said. “We rode horses.”
“Real horses that went clop clop,” she said.
About stars not meshing well, I recalled Richard Burton telling me about a famous leading lady: “Kissing her was like walking into a two-car garage.”
Bradley: “We do it as perfectly as we can, and working together you learn to anticipate.”
Then, pulled by aides and hair fluffers, Jennifer said, “Sorry to disappoint you.”
They were easy and friendly, but that concluded my entire interview. I look forward to another exclusive stand-up with them.
Source: Page Six
Jennifer Lawrence says she won’t be playing shape-shifting mutant Mystique any more in the X-Men prequels.
The Oscar-winning actress says she’s giving up the role when asked by a reporter at the premiere of her new movie, Serena.
She told MTV: “It is my last one, actually.”
Lawrence started playing a younger version of Mystique in X-Men: First Class in 2011 and reprised her role in last year’s X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Her final film as Mystique will be X-Men: Apocalypse, which is out next year.
With a number of new mutants appearing again – Cyclops (Tye Sheridan), Jean Grey (Sophie Turner) and Storm (Alexandra Shipp) – the time could be right for Lawrence to step away from her role.
Former Skins actor Nicholas Hoult, who played the Beast in X-Men: First Class and X-Men: Days of Future Past, has also suggested he won’t be part of the franchise after Apocalypse.
He told E! Online that he wasn’t signed up for any more films although he didn’t rule out a return.
An older Mystique was played by Rebecca Romijn in 2000’s X-Men and 2003 sequel X2 and X-Men: The Last Stand in 2006.
She’s a member of Magneto’s Brotherhood of Mutants and frees him from his plastic jail cell.
But she’s turned into a normal human being after being shot in X-Men: The Last Stand and is abandoned by Magneto.
Source: BBC UK