For the second year in a row, the odds are in her favor: Jennifer Lawrence is once again the world’s highest-paid actress, notching $46 million pretax over 12 months–$13 million more than second-ranked Melissa McCarthy, who pocketed $33 million.
Lawrence’s impressive earnings consist largely of a profit slice from the big box office gross ($653.4 million) of her final Hunger Games installment and a mammoth upfront fee for the forthcoming Passengers. Her total is down 11.5% from $52 million in 2015, but she remains the girl on fire, financially speaking.
Jennifer was spotted arriving at JFK Airport yesterday (23rd Sept) in New York. 34 HQ candids below:
Two new stills have been released from ‘Passengers’ which is set to be released in December. SONY also released a small teaser for the official first trailer, which is set to be released TOMORROW!
— Passengers Movie (@PassengersMovie) 19 September 2016
X-Men: Apocalypse is out on Digital HD in the US & Canada. I’ve added HD captures of Jennifer as Raven/Mystique.
Photos have been released for the Fall/Winter 2016 Campaign for Dior handbags featuring Jennifer! Photos below:
Jennifer is back in Los Angeles after wrapping ‘Day 6’ in Montreal, she was spotting on a hike with her friends & with her parents in Malibu. HQ photos below:
Amy mentions her at 3:35!
Jennifer Lawrence exited the Hunger Games with plenty of bread.
“Jennifer has really opened up a whole category of films for women. There are now superhero movies fronted by women and I think directors generally are moving away from that stereotypical woman’s role that is just about being flirted with by a man before falling into his arms,” Tomlinson told The Sunday Telegraph’s Stella magazine, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
“I’m not interested in being the damsel in distress; I want someone who has her own storyline and her own mission – not a woman who, to use a comedy term, is just there to provide the feed line to someone else’s joke,” she added. And the 24-year-old actress shared that she has ruled out nude scenes because she believes “there are things other people just don’t need to see”.
She said: “That’s why I’m not on any kind of social media: I don’t want people having an insight into my life. I don’t want them knowing what I had for breakfast.And I don’t want to hear from these faceless trolls who aren’t brave enough to say things to people’s faces.
The actress added that she has already read things like “I’m ‘too thin’ and that I ‘need to eat a burger’, and I feel like saying: ‘Actually, I just have.”