I have uploaded new magazine scans of Jennifer Lawrence in November issue of Vanity Fair to the gallery.
Oh my god! I’m going to scream right now! Jennifer Lawrence is on November issue of Vanity Fair and it’s jaw dropping gorgeous! Jennifer breaks her silence by addressing the recent unfortunate nude photos hack and claimed it’s not hack, it’s sex crime!
Jennifer Lawrence has broken her silence over her stolen nude photos that were leaked online this summer, telling Vanity Fair in an interview excerpt published Tuesday the hack was “not a scandal. It is a sex crime.”
In the November cover story, Lawrence recalled trying to address the leak—which affected more than 100 celebrities—but “every single thing that I tried to write made me cry or get angry. I started to write an apology, but I don’t have anything to say I’m sorry for. I was in a loving, healthy, great relationship for four years. It was long distance, and either your boyfriend is going to look at porn or he’s going to look at you.”
Lawrence also strongly condemned those who perpetuated the violation against her privacy.
“Anybody who looked at those pictures, you’re perpetuating a sexual offense,” she said. “You should cower with shame. Even people who I know and love say, ‘Oh, yeah, I looked at the pictures.’ I don’t want to get mad, but at the same time I’m thinking, ‘I didn’t tell you that you could look at my naked body.’”
But even as the actress told the emotional story of telling her father what happened—”I don’t care how much money I get for The Hunger Games, I promise you, anybody given the choice of that kind of money or having to make a phone call to tell your dad that something like that has happened, it’s not worth it”—she maintained her signature humor.
“Fortunately, he was playing golf, so he was in a good mood.”
The 3,000 word piece will be available in Vanity Fair’s digital edition on Oct. 9, then on newsstands nationwide Oct. 14.
Below is the transcript interview of Jennifer Lawrence with Ciak Magazine. During the interview, Jennifer discusses about her role in Hunger Games and her overall achievements over the years. Read more undercut! Thanks to Panem Propaganda for the transcript!
Since 2008 you’ve had three Academy nominations and won an award. You worked with influential directors and in successful movies, and you’ve reached an impressive payroll, 10 million dollars for each one of the three Hunger Games sequels. What is your goal after all this?
It hasn’t been that many years, but they’ve been intense years. I had the chance to work with amazing directors and just as many amazing actors. I’ve realized the ultimate dream of any actress: be on top as a young actress, and in a short time. Now, my dream is to slack a little!
What’s your idea of slacking?
I don’t have a clear-cut idea: I’d just like not to have to work for a little while, be on the fringe, on the outskirts of Hollywood, hopefully driving around in a minivan (laughs).
Can you describe the changes in The Hunger Games series throughout the three movies?
Different directors gave their personal view to Katniss’ story. Gary Ross began the work, and Francis Lawrence carried it on. Francis gave a dark turn to the series, as he focused on the characters’ psychology. There are emotional and charged-up sequences which alternate with an in-depth analysis of characters’ behavior. The last two movies are a lot darker: it’s all grey, even in color. Katniss and her companions are suffering from PTSD. After Catching Fire they have to find themselves again and regain their strength.
In every movie of the series there is a favorite scene, one that is more unforgettable than the others. What’s your favourite scene in Mockingjay Part 1 and 2?
I’d say all the scenes with Julianne Moore, who plays President Alma Coin. She and Katniss are two strong and determined women. They have a similar vision of the world, but their ideas about the way to change it are completely different. Katniss is, with no self-consciousness, a threat to President Coin. I think that their relationship is very interesting and intense.
How did you train to be ready for these two movies?
Truth to be told, in the first part of Mockingjay, Katniss doesn’t have to go back to the Hunger Games, so she didn’t have a lot of stunts or fight scenes. Katniss has to adjust to life in District 13. She isn’t looking very good, and isn’t very healthy or strong. The first chapter will focus on my character more emotionally than physically.
And in Mockingjay – Part 2?
That’s another story! It will be an action movie, because it’s focused on the final war. There are a lot more stunts, violence, fights and gunshots. We shot it back-to-back with the first part, even though it will come out next year (on November, 20, 2015) but I had the time to train between shoots.
So, you’re a professional archer now?
I wouldn’t say professional, but don’t try to break into my house! (laughs)
Do you have your personal bow at home?
Sure. I don’t have much time to train, except for when I train for the movies, but learning how to shoot better is always a goal! Maybe I’ll take some additional lessons with my trainer for the series (Kathuna Lorig, who won a bronze medal for archery at Barcelona Olympics in 1992).
You became an actress when you were really young. Did you ever wish to become something else, when you were a child?
I committed to become an actress in five years. Otherwise I would have been a nurse. Or a doctor.
Can you tell us one of your secrets?
I don’t know I have any secrets (laughs). I love my job and that makes me really happy. But acting is a small part of me, I’d say more or less 3%.
In a previous interview you told someone you didn’t know where your Oscar was…
Now I know! It is at my mom’s! I wanted to hide it, but she said we had to show it off, keep it in plain sight. I didn’t agree because every time somebody came over, it just seemed like I wanted them to see it. So we compromised: the Oscar is at my parents’ house. They keep it on the piano.
Do you have a different approach to playing characters like Katniss or Mystique in X-Men than the characters you played on David O. Russell’s movies?
I wouldn’t say different approaches. Sometimes it helps me to think about how another actor would play my character. Watching yourself from the outside is an essential key for every actor. I usually think about my character played by a particualr person in my everyday life, a man whose name I wouldn’t tell you even if you tortured me.
To play your character in Winter’s Bone, Debra Granik’s movie for which you did receive your first nomination for an Academy Award, you had to learn how to skin a squirrel. Is it the oddest thing you had to learn on a movie set?
It surely is the most revolting thing I ever learned. I think I am the only actress alive who knows how to skin a squirrel. But I am happy I know how to do it, it could come useful later in life. You never know…
Daily Mail has posted a clip from ‘Serena’ where it shows Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper share passionate kiss from the movie. Check it out!
Here are new production stills of Jennifer Lawrence in ‘MockingJay: Part 1′ movie! Also, on official Hunger Games instagram, they have posted with many character stills including Katniss as well. You might want to check out the rest at the source.
The Mumbai Film Festival has finally got its opening film. Mirror has learnt that the Bradley Cooper- Jennifer Lawrence starrer, ‘Serena’, will have its premiere in Mumbai on the festival’s opening day, October 14. Helmed by Danish director Sussane Bier, best known for the Oscar-winning film ‘In a Better World’, the film is an adaptation of American author Ron Rash’s novel by the same name.
The American-French production is a romantic period drama set in the Depression-hit North Carolina of 1930s with Cooper and Lawrence playing newlyweds whose lives are upturned when Lawrence’s titular character learns that she is unable to conceive and takes the anger out on her husband’s illegitimate son.
Confirming the news that Serena will open MAMI’s 2014 edition, festival director Srinivasan Narayanan told Mirror, “We wanted to start on a romantic note, so Serena, which is a gorgeous romantic period piece, became a unanimous choice. The film hasn’t released anywhere across the globe as yet.” Interestingly, Serena was to feature Angelina Jolie in the lead role and was to be directed by Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky. But the project never kicked off with that pairing, landing instead with Lawrence and Cooper, who have already collaborated on two Oscar nominated films, Silver Linings Playbook and American Hustle.
When asked if the two stars will be seen in the city on the opening night, Narayanan said, “An official invitation has been extended to them and efforts are on to bring the cast to Mumbai. We will have complete clarity in the coming week. Director Sussane Bier is likely to be present for the premiere.”
Source: Times of India
Hunger Games star, Liam Hemsworth recently mentioned about Jennifer Lawrence during his interview with NYLON Guy magazine.
“I’ve been friends with all these people for so many years now…. I’m so lucky to have Jennifer [Lawrence] and Josh [Hutcherson] and Woody [Harrelson] and all these other great people. We’ve created really strong bonds.” And of the fun on the set: “It’s like high school because we’ll mess around for half the day and then we’ll do a little bit of work. Everyone’s goofing around and trying to mess each other up.”
“Woody’s [Harrelson] like a little kid. “Me and Jen [Lawrence] always call him a Labrador because you throw something and he’ll fetch it. When he does turn it on, he’s got the most intense, crazy look in his eyes. He’s such a great actor, yet he can be so free and just have fun with the whole thing.”
They seems to be having soo much fun together during the set! It’s a start of a wonderful friendship.