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I’ve added new high quality filming photos of Jennifer Lawrence onlocation of ‘Untitled David O. Russell/Abscam Project’ in Boston on March 26, 2013.
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I’ve added new set photos of Jennifer Lawrence filming Untitled Terrence Malick/Abscam film in Boston on March 25, 2013 to the gallery.
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Road To The Oscars Begins As Academy Announces Date Of Awards: Will Jennifer Lawrence Make It A Double?
J-Law set to win next March?
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) and ABC have announced the date of the 2014 awards, as well as the 2015 ceremony, with the 86th bash taking place on March 2, and 2015′s show arriving on February 22.
It is barely a month since Jennifer Lawrence picked up the award for Best Actress, but many will see the popular starlet as a possible contender in 2014, with a number of meaty roles lined up.
If the star pulls it off and wins again in 2014, she’d be the first actress to achieve the feat since Luise Rainer in 1937, so the odds must be against her, especially as Meryl Streep has an eye on equalling Katherine Hepburn’s four gongs with highly anticipated movie August: Osage County.
Jen has a trick up her sleeve though; she’s set to rejoin the director and star who helped her to her first win this year, David O. Russell and Bradley Cooper, in an as yet untitled project based on the infamous FBI investigation into corruption known as the Abscam scandal.
With a Christmas release date slap bang in the middle of awards season, it could provide Jen with a great chance of another win. Then if that fails to wow the members of the Academy she’s also starring in Serena, alongside Cooper once more.
On the male side of things it could be an open year, with awards glutton Daniel Day-Lewis having one of his periodic years of carpentry, shoe making and relaxation away from Hollywood.
As for the host on that March evening next year, we know one thing for certain: it won’t be the controversial 2013 host Seth MacFarlane.
Source: Entertainment Wise
She’s Hollywood’s hottest property, but isn’t letting it go to her head. Meet Jennifer Lawrence, a very normal superstar…
Amid the plastic fantasticness of Hollywood, where celebrity publicists pull the strings and much of reality is stage-managed, Jennifer Lawrence’s unique brand of clumsy, carefree perfection has been a breath of fresh air.
She drinks, she swears, she totally speaks her mind. She admits she hasn’t got a clue about fashion and that she only exercises so she can eat pizza for breakfast.
And of course, she trips and falls in front of a global audience of, ooh, only hundreds of millions of people during the biggest moment of her career, and doesn’t even attempt to style it out.
“That,” she says following her stumble en route to collecting her Best Actress Oscar for her breathtaking performance in Silver Linings Playbook, “was embarrassing.”
The adorably garbled, breathless and entirely unprepared acceptance speech that followed, served only to make us fall a little bit more in love with her. She’s sparky, quirky and stupidly talented and, at the age of 22, arguably Tinseltown’s most bankable star.
But while everything around her might be changing, the multimillionairess remains the same down-to-earth girl from Kentucky who still can’t justify purchasing anything from what she sees as over-priced hotel mini-bars.
“I just constantly feel so lucky, that I don’t really have time to feel cocky,” she says. “I was raised to have value for money, to have respect for money, even though you have a lot of it. • Read full story »
Jennifer Lawrence says award ceremony fear turns her into a “chihuahua”.
The Silver Linings Playbook star won and was nominated for many top prizes for her role as Tiffany Maxwell in the comedy drama, but she revealed the star-studded events leave her startled and uncomfortable.
“I’m afraid I’m going to go through my whole life being scared like a chihuahua,” she told The Sun newspaper’s Fabulous magazine.
“It’s not my comfort zone. Making movies is where I belong. I shouldn’t be heard just talking.
“So, when I’m doing movies, I’m really happy. That’s where I’m comfortable, that’s my home. When you put me on a red carpet or on a stage, I turn into chihuahua Jennifer.”
The actress revealed she has no filter going from her thoughts to what she says to people.
“I have no control over what comes out of my mouth. I would probably turn into a mute if I read what I said,” she added.
She also admitted she finds people “falling down” hilarious although she knows it’s “terrible” to laugh.
Jennifer joked: “I think when people run into things or people get hurt … I know I just have a terrible reaction when I start laughing.
“Then I ask if anyone is OK. But I just think people falling down and getting hurt is classic hilarity.”
It’s no secret that life has become a whirlwind of fame for Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence. Now her family tells us what she’s like in her private life.
The world knows Jennifer Lawrence as an actress, superstar and Oscar winner — but that’s not how her family sees her.
“She’s talented and good at what she does but she’s still just Jen — who happens to be good at acting,” said Jennifer’s mom, Karen.
Jennifer’s brother, Blaine, says they’re making sure fame doesn’t change her.
“We’re going to try our hardest to keep her grounded and let her know she’s not as cool as everyone says she is,” Blaine said.
Kidding aside, Jennifer’s family says she really hasn’t changed a bit. And it must be hard not to — with designer clothes, cameras and attention everywhere she goes.
Jennifer’s aunt, Cindy Miller, gave us an example of just how simple her tastes are.
“The last time she came home, I’ll never forget, Miller said. “Jennifer called Karen from the airport and said, ‘hi mom! All I want are Ramen noodles and sugar pops, or some sugary cereal — Cap ‘N Crunch!’ — that’s what she wanted.”
When I talked to Jennifer last year, she told me a few other ways she loves to spend her time at home in Louisville: hanging out on “Bardstown Road, Von Maur, The Farm.”
When she mentioned “The Farm,” Jennifer was referring to Camp Hi-Ho, a summer camp her family has run for years.
“She loves to go to Hi-Ho,” Karen said. “She grew up there, horseback riding. She loves to fish, build a bonfire, just be outside.”
Her family says it’s rare for Jennifer to find time to relax out of the spotlight, and it became nearly impossible right before the Oscars. But while Jennifer’s family members were in Los Angeles, they did manage to sneak away for a hike at Big Sur.
Although winning an Academy Award is a huge honor for the entire family, Karen says “just having this time alone surpasses the Oscars or anything else, because there’s always people around. So for us to have this time without anyone being able to text or email was … much needed and very hard to come by.”
Jennifer’s family says that’s part of the sacrifice that comes with fame.
“It’s not an easy road for her,” Karen said. “I think just being criticized — you’re too fat, too skinny, hair too light, too dark — when you’re a celebrity, you’re a target. People forget they’re just people and human beings. But somehow being a celebrity puts them in a category that makes it OK to talk about them like they’re not real.”
Karen and other family members realize there will always be such comments as long as there are outlets to publish them.
“She’s doing as well as she can do,” Karen said. “It’s just unfortunate that there’s such a price to pay for fame, as long as people buy the tabloids and magazines.”
“That’s the thing that’s bad,” said Jennifer’s dad, Gary. “I always thought they just took pictures, but they [photographers] yell horrible things at her to try to get a reaction from her. I hate to see my little girl go through that.”
Gary continued: “When she was in London, they yelled, ‘You don’t have any talent, go back to the U.S.!’ One of the camera guys hit her in the face and left her with a bruise. Her security guy took care of him, though, and that was good.”
Although there are plenty of downsides to being famous, it does come with perks.
Blaine named a few: “…trips to beach, great food. You get treated pretty well. It’s been cool.”
“I went to Independent Spirit Awards and Andy Sandberg hosted that,” Blaine recalled. “I sat next to Bradley Cooper and Chris Tucker, which was nice. What’s funny is those guys want to meet us because they’re wondering who raised this crazy girl.”
Spending hours with actors like Robert DeNiro at the Golden Globes isn’t bad either.
“They’re all nice people,” Gary said. “That’s what I like about it. I went into it thinking they wouldn’t be too talkative or friendly. They were all very nice.”
When I asked what they talked about, Gary answered: “Sports.”
He continued: “Bradley Cooper told me he was going to take me motorcycle riding — which didn’t happen. But he says he’s coming to work at Camp Hi-Ho this summer for a week, and he said give him a job. And I said, ‘scrubbing toilets?’ And he said, ‘Sure!’ He’s a great guy.”
Recently there has been talk that Jennifer plans to settle down near home, so I asked Karen if there’s any truth to those rumors. She says she has heard the same rumors.
“I don’t think she’s interested in buying anything for the next two years because she’ll be on jobs,” Karen said.
And a year after I asked her if she had made a big splurge yet, the answer remains the same: not really, although she says she needs to and admits she is still driving the “same old car.”
Karen says Jennifer can pretty much drive any car she wants because companies offer to foot the bill. “So she’s driving a Chevy Volt — she loves it!”
At the end of the day, however, the cars, fame and fortune don’t matter. In fact, her dad still picks up the check when Jennifer’s home.
“I don’t even think she thinks about money,” Karen said. “When she’s home, she’ll say, ‘Dad, can I have $20 bucks to go to the movies?’ He usually treats for dinner when we’re out because that’s what we would normally do. She wants to be treated like everyone else.”
Her family says Jennifer shows that same respect to others — and that makes them proud.
“The one thing I will say, when I go on set, the hair and makeup people always come to me and say she’s such a nice girl, so respectful,” Gary said. “And I kid her and say, ‘If I ever come and don’t hear that, we’ll have some real problems.’ But so far, so good.”
Karen says they’re proud of Jennifer not because of her fame, but because of who she is.
“Talent is nothing if you’re not a nice person,” Karen said. “That’s just who she is. And that makes us proud of her more so than her talent.”
Jennifer was scheduled to be in Boston on March 21 to start shooting another film based on an undercover FBI operation conducted in the 70s and 80s called “Abscam” — with the director of Silver Linings Playbook. Karen tells us Jennifer will play Christian Bale’s crazy wife. Bradley Cooper and Amy Adams are also featured in the film.
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