I have uploaded new magazine scans of Jennifer Lawrence featured in November 22 issue of Entertainment Weekly to the gallery.
Jennifer Lawrence’s character learns a big “do not” when using a microwave.
Check out ”The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” TV Spot videos below:
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I have uploaded new magazine cover and photoshoot of Jennifer Lawrence on the cover of “Madame Figaro” to the gallery.
In our December cover story, the gorgeous Hunger Games star and Oscar winner opens up to writer Mike Sager about on-set antics, crashing on friends’ couches, and why there’s just no motivating her to diet. But there’s plenty more Lawrence shared with us, including how no one hits on her (say what?!) and her first big splurge (we would’ve opted for a new Céline bag — just sayin’). To read the full interview, be sure to pick up InStyle‘s December issue, available on newsstands and for digital download now.
On being a sex symbol:
“I don’t see, feel or experience any of that. I don’t think about it. And nobody’s hitting on me. And that’s okay. It’s really fine.”
On understanding the male psyche:
“Having brothers turned me into a ‘male sympathist.’ I get where guys are coming from. If a girlfriend says to me, ‘He went to Paris and didn’t call me,’ I’m like, he went to Paris! If it was my brother, I’d tell him not to call, just have fun.”
On being a cheerleader in high school:
“We had a rule in my family that you had to play sports. So for me, cheerleading was a less annoying sport of other options, and in my family it counted as a sport. I ended up doing it for a really long time. It was at a time when I didn’t really like much — sports or school — but in the end, in the realm of what I was doing, I liked it okay.”
On not going to college:
“I was lucky enough to find a job without having to go to college, but I understand that’s usually not the case. It’s interesting to think that if I wasn’t doing what I’m doing, I’d be graduating college about now. In a short amount of time, I’ve lived so much, had so many experiences and met so many different types of people and even lived in so many countries. If I had been in school, I’d be learning about the world from books.”
On her biggest splurge so far:
“I’m saving a lot, but the one thing that was ridiculous but that I could afford, was when I was in Hawaii. I had this coffee that was amazing. It cost like $100 to ship one bag home. I was like, ‘I’m just going to do this,’ and I did.”
Check out the video below of Jennifer Lawrence inviting Mexico to watch “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”:
When it comes to on-screen chemistry, “Hunger Games” co-stars Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson are naturals.
“We’re great together,” Lawrence, 23, told CNN in a recent interview. “We can really kiss.”
To be sure, the two have had plenty of practice. As “Hunger Games” characters Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark, Lawrence and Hutcherson are asked to do some lip-locking on camera in both 2012′s “The Hunger Games” and its November 22 follow-up, “Catching Fire.”
If you’re not familiar with the book trilogy from Suzanne Collins that the movies are based on, know that part of the central plot revolves around Katniss and Peeta’s relationship — it’s mostly a survival strategy as the two impoverished District 12 citizens are sent to fight to the death in the sadistic Hunger Games, but there’s also an undercurrent of something more. There’s the additional complication of Katniss’ relationship with childhood friend Gale Hawthorne (Liam Hemsworth), who’s a likely lover as well.
So as Katniss, Lawrence isn’t wanting for love scenes. Yet in her typical casual manner, the Oscar-winning actress can shrug it off.
“You just kiss,” she said to CNN, admitting, “I’ve had a couple bad ones.” • Read full story »
I have uploaded new x70 high quality event photos of Jennifer Lawrence attend ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ Paris Premiere at Le Grand Rex on November 15, 2013 in Paris, France.
Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence talks to BBC Newsnight about the character she plays, her take on body image and her influence on young girls to look healthy, not thin.
Jennifer Lawrence chats to Charlie Stayt about Hunger Games Catching Fire on BBC Breakfast November 2013.
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