Chideo has released the premiere of the U.S. trailer for “Serena,” based on the novel by American author Ron Rash, and starring Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper as newlyweds running a timber business in 1930s North Carolina.
The Hunger Games official YouTube has released the final trailer of “Mockingjay Part 1″.
Ever since their conscious uncoupling in March, Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow have maintained a close relationship – even after Martin moved onwith actress Jennifer Lawrence.
It’s a bond that may have been tough for Lawrence, 24, multiple sources tell PEOPLE in this week’s issue.
“Everyone jumped the gun with this romance,” says the source. “It is hard for her to understand the feelings between Chris and Gwyneth.”
Another insider confirms that it was Lawrence who ended the relationship – for a couple of reasons.
“She broke it off with Chris,” the insider says. “She was tired of the spotlight on their relationship and she also thought that Chris and Gwyneth were a little too close for comfort. It was an odd situation for her.”
Paltrow, 42, and Martin, 37, recently shared a friendly dinner with kids Apple, 10, and Moses, 8, on Oct. 21, with Martin meeting up with Lawrence later that night.
On Monday – the same day PEOPLE confirmed that Lawrence broke things off with Martin – the Hunger Games: Mockingjay star was spotted stopping by Martin’s Malibu house.
“It was kind of serious but also not really in a sense,” the insider says of the fledgling relationship. “It was really just [Jennifer] having fun and living in the moment, enjoying time with someone she likes, but [Chris and Gwyneth’s] close relationship got to her in the end and she felt like it wasn’t worth it.”
Adds the source: “It’s too early to know what will develop in any of this.”
US Weekly magazine has debut the The Hunger Games: Mockingjay special issue. There are several new pictures of Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss in the movie. Take a look at the scans!
A new appearance update, Jennifer Lawrence is to have a special screening of Mockingjay in Louisville on November 19th.
The Lawrence Foundation and the Community Foundation of Louisville invite you to a special screening of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 on Wednesday, November 19 at 7:00 p.m. at Cinemark Tinseltown USA. See the movie before it opens nationwide, and support one of Jennifer’s favorite Louisville organizations, Boys & Girls Clubs of Kentuckiana, an out of school time provider that offers a safe haven for youth. Jennifer won’t be able to attend, but she would love for you to be there!
Tickets on sale October 28 – Limited seating available!Come dressed as your favorite Hunger Games character for the chance to be named Best Dressed and win a poster autographed by Jennifer Lawrence!
Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Martin might have broken up, according to E! News.
But there is no valid proof to the story. Both parties rep are yet to confirm.
What do you think the morale of the story? Could it be true?
On the December issue of Empire magazine, Jennifer Lawrence graces the cover as Katniss Everdeen from Mockingjay: Part 1 movie! Check out the cover scans and interview transcript below.
(they think this is at least part of the article. It will be released digitally on Oct. 30th)
Jennifer Lawrence looks younger than her 24 years and a bit terrified at the thought of being that big a deal. “It’s…Exciting?” she says after some hesitation. “It’s hard sometimes when you’re in it to step back and see it. You’re right there in the nucleus of what’s happening but at the same time you’re blind to the actual impact that it has. I feel relieved, I guess? I love those books. They were very good, very entertaining, but they’re also important… I had to ask myself before I said yes to this [whether I was prepared to be known as this character forever]…
But I thought this was a character I would be proud to wear for the rest of my life. Now I’m in it and can’t see as clearly anymore, but that was a decision I made before when I could see clearly. So I’m going to trust it and go with it.”
For those making the series, Mockingjay is the one they’ve all been waiting for. It’s where the meat really sticks to the bones. If you thought the first two, with all their child murder and revolution, were a bit dark, then you may have to start popping happy pills before this one. The last shot of Catching Fire showed Katniss (Lawrence) screaming directly into the camera. She had been rescued by aircraft from the Hunger Games arena, which had just been blown up. Peeta (Hutcherson), her possibly-true-love, was on another ship, captured by the villainous Coriolanus Snow (Donald Sutherland), along with the surly Johanna (Jena Malone). Katniss is now in the midst of Panem’s rebels, the people of the presumed mythical District 13 who want Katniss to become ‘The Mockingjay’, a figurehead of an uprising against the repressive dystopian form of government, The Capitol. Battle is no longer contained within specially designed arenas. War is coming.
Congratulations to Jennifer Lawrence! She was named #1 on Vultures list of Most Valuable Stars! That is a good achievement she got!
And also, Jennifer alongside with Josh and Liam are set to appear on German Show, ‘Wetten, dass’ on November 8th in Graz. The trio will be promoting their latest film, Mockingjay Part 1 together. Hope to see more promotional works next month!
Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen graces the cover of Cineplex magazine, November issue. The actress talks about acting, Oscars and Mockingjay: Part 1! You can read the interview and view the scans as below.
Jennifer Lawrence says she was about six years old when she first gave acting a shot. It wasn’t in a community theatre production or a fast-food commercial; it was in her aunt’s loo.
“I remember watching my aunt just tell a story, I was probably five or six, and I went into the bathroom. I didn’t even look in the mirror, it wasn’t about imitating or anything, but I remember I watched, I watched her mannerisms,” recalls Lawrence, now 24, over the phone from an LA junket for ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay’, the third of four movies based on the books. “In that bathroom, at her house, when I was six was the first time I ever felt myself like somebody else, if that makes any sense and doesn’t make me sound like a psycho.”
To this day, observing people is the only acting lesson the three-time Oscar nominee has ever taken. “Your whole acting class is out there in the world.” Lawrence says matter-of0-factly. “You’re portraying real people, so watch real people. And, sometimes, whether it’s a mannerism or physicality, sometimes it sticks with me and then I’ll start maybe feeling like that kind of person in the middle of a scene. I know that sounds weird.”
Since we’re here to talk about ‘The Hunger Games’, I wonder whose mannerisms inspired her portrayal of Katniss Everdeen.“I borrowed from men, mostly, who were quieter than me.” She says.
“Yeah, I know that’s a very weird thing to say but I never really channelled a woman for Katniss. I was the only feminine part of Katniss and I felt like that was enough because I’m not very feminine anyway.” She says with her famous throaty laugh.
Last years Hunger Games movie ended abruptly as Katniss was unexpectedly rescued from her second round of games by her mentor, Haymitch and Plutarch, who, until that moment, we thought was working for the government. It was a rescue that left out heroine as surprised and disorientated as the audience. So, where do we pick up with Mockingjay?
“Katniss wakes up in District 13, a District that she didn’t know existed, an her entire home is gone, Peeta is gone.” Explains Lawrence. “So she really has to kind of rebuild herself from scratch. She’s had a nervous breakdown from everything that’s happened in the two back-to-back games, and losing Peeta.”
As in the norm these days, the final book has been split in to two films. So where does this month’s move leave off?
“Oh God, I don’t want to tell you that.” Says Lawrence. “It’s a really great ending, and you guys are going to be pissed.”
The Louisville native is a journalists dream. Perhaps the most in-demand actress in Hollywood, she answers every question so thoroughly you feel likes it’s the first time she’s done an interview – until she cuts herself off with a self-deprecating jab like, ‘that sounds weird’ or ‘I’m rambling’ or ‘I’m afraid that I sound psychotic.’
She’s as quick and funny as you’d expect. When asked to describe her surroundings she says “I’m in an empty, giant conference room by myself. It looks like ‘The Shining’.” When I start a question with ‘In person, you come off as quite goofy and fun,’ she jumps in with “…but in real life I’m evil!”
What’s so different about her?
“I don’t really know how I am able to get so lucky. I just know that I didn’t want to stop. There were times when I was tired, and well, I did want to stop. I id want a break, and that’s when David told me about ‘America Hustle’ [laughs] and I went ‘Well….’
“A really big fear of mine going in to this franchise was people would only be able to ever see this character when they looked at my face, and that’s one of the worst things that could ever happen. In my job I want somebody to lose themselves in whatever character I am at the time.”
Lawrence is currently prepping for her third movie with Russell. She’ll play the title character in ‘Joy’, about a struggling single mom who invents the Miracle Mop and becomes rich. “I’m blessed to know David, to have a relationship with him, and that he wants me to be in his movies.” She says, Russell must feel equally blessed to have found her, and for the Oscar nods and win she’s brought to his projects.
Speaking of which, Lawrence became a member of the Academy in 2011, after her nomination for ‘Winter’s Bone’. So did she vote for herself for Silver Linings Playbook and American Hustle?
“I voted for Lupita. I voted for Lupita. I’m kidding. I’m basically hinting that I maybe voted for myself the first time. In my defense, it was not me, my mother did it and I told her not to, but I was secretly not that upset that she did.”
It won’t be surprising if Jennifer Lawrence has the opportunity to vote for herself again in the near future, maybe even for one of the final Hunger Games movies.