“Extra’s” AJ Calloway caught up with “American Hustle” stars Jennifer Lawrence, Christian Bale, and Bradley Cooper as they promoted the upcoming film. Christian talked about gaining over 40 pounds for the role, saying that he was no longer Batman, but “Fatman,” before returning to his normal weight after filming. Jennifer talked about her annoyance at how quickly Christian was able to drop the pounds.
While “X-Men: Days of Future Past” is still months away, attention over the weekend remained firmly on the next film in the franchise after that – “X-Men: Apocalypse” which opens in 2016.
Following on from the announcementof the project on Friday, and yesterday’s spoiler-filled reveal of the mid-credits stinger during ‘Future Past’ that sets up the next film, this morning sees two further bits of information come to light.
First up Vulture has confirmed that Singer will be returning as director on “X-Men: Apocalypse,” his first back-to-back “X-Men” directing gigs since the first two films over a decade ago.
The other big question though is who will be involved? The younger actors introduced in “X-Men: First Class” (James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, Lucas Till, etc.) are contracted for three films and are locked in to return.
The older cast members (Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Halle Berry, Hugh Jackman, etc.) however aren’t so certain, and the outlet says that because the film is a direct sequel to ‘Days’ it will focus strictly on the younger cast.
Source: Dark Horizons
J. Law tells MTV News normally wears bras, but had to forgo them for David O. Russell’s 1970s-era film.
“American Hustle,” David O. Russell’s latest directorial effort following last year’s critically acclaimed ”Silver Linings Playbook,” is notable not only for its script and performances from the likes of Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence, but also for its bananas aesthetic. Set in New York and New Jersey of the 1970s, the cast is decked out in the full finery of the era, which means they’re often short on supportive undergarments.
MTV News’ Josh Horowitz caught up with the film’s stars this weekend in NYC, where Lawrence made it known that she was aware of how memorable her costumes would turn out to be.
“I normally wear bras,” Lawrence deadpanned.
Asked if she liked being done up in big hair and ’70s garb, the Oscar winner was similarly dry: “I wouldn’t say that it’s ever exciting to see yourself without a bra in a dress that’s three sizes too small for you.”
And since the costumes were period-appropriate, she said, she couldn’t make character rationalizations that would have her donning an underwire. “Exciting, I don’t know,” she said of going braless. “It wasfreeing.”
Of course, since it doesn’t count as a conversation with Lawrence unless she gets some goofs in, she ribbed Horowitz when he admitted that in his notes while watching the film, he “wrote ‘hair’ and I wrote ‘boobs’.”
“That was just you zoning out,” the star teased Horowitz. “And I bet it said ‘boobies,’ not even ‘boobs.’ “
I’ve added a new TV Spot for ‘American Hustle’. Rolling Stone has gave the film a review of ‘Explosive Entertaining’. Can’t wait to catch the film! Watch the video below!
I’ve added new video of Jennifer Lawrence’s MTV interview with Joshua Horowitz about her upcoming film “American Hustle”. Check out the interview below!
Jennifer Lawrence is one of the biggest names in the industry right now, but that doesn’t stop the butterflies in her stomach.
Regardless of being a big shot, J. Law tells E! News that she continues to get anxious for everything she does in her career and that having fame does nothing to change that.
“No, I’m always just very nervous,” she tells E! News at the American Hustle junket. “I never feel like, ‘I’ve got this.’ I’m always very nervous and aware of how quickly people can hate you and that scares me. I never feel like I’m on top of it or I know what I’m doing…so, no. I never get a big head, I just get more and more anxious.”
But her costar Christian Bale thinks otherwise.
“I don’t believe that it scares her,” Bale tells E! News of Lawrence being afraid. “I think she seems to comes alive; she seems to live in front of interviews and everything.”
He continues, “It scares when you understand that you can be misunderstood so easily. I don’t mind myself being misunderstood, but I hate it when people are asking me questions about other people and they misunderstand what I’m saying, it just fills me with guilt.”
But if Bale was to say anything snarky about Lawrence, it would be to her face. “She loves nothing more than a good fight,” he tells us. “She’s up for it. She’s a tough cookie. And she talks like a sailor and so I enjoy those conversations with her.”
The chemistry between Bale and Lawrence’s characters onscreen is undeniable, and Christian shares that it was immediate.
“We rehearsed on film. We didn’t have any rehearsal periods ahead of time. We had a brief read-through which we all kind of sat and thought, ‘Why did we do that?’ because I don’t really understand read-throughs because you’re not really doing it properly, but she’s so talented.
“And we just had a really great atmosphere on the set of freedom to do whatever we wished and yeah, it just happened. And the humor comes not from us attempting for it to be funny—not from any sort of nudge-nudge, wink-wink, looking at the camera saying, ‘Here comes the punchline.’ It was just through the hilarity of human relationships and how crazy people are and we just played that truthfully, and it just becomes hilarious.”
American Hustle hits theaters Dec. 13.
Source: E Online
I’ve added a new video of Jennifer Lawrence along with the casts and director from ‘American Hustle’ talk about ‘American Hustle’ during the Variety cast chat.
I’ve added new trailer for ‘Catching Fire’ which contains many unseen scene from the movie. I’m all pumped!
I’ve added a new video interview of Jennifer Lawrence interview for Access Hollywood to talk about her character in ‘American Hustle’.
Jennifer Lawrence talks with Access about developing her character, Rosalyn Rosenfeld, in her new film, “American Hustle.” Also, she discusses creating her look for the role. Plus, Jennifer chats about director David O. Russell’s unending creativity.
Jennifer Lawrence explains to Access why she “loved” co-star Bradley Cooper’s curly hair in “American Hustle.” Also, she tells Access why she didn’t think her kiss scene with co-star Amy Adams “made sense,” but what changed her opinion?
I have uploaded new event photos of Jennifer Lawrence at “American Hustle Press Conference” on December 6, 2013.
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