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JLaw   August 15th, 2017   Uncategorized

Go Wine Tasting with Jennifer Lawrence


  • Go wine tasting with Jennifer Lawrence (if you’re under 21 or not a drinker, other beverages will be provided)
  • Picnic among the vines and play lawn games at the vineyard
  • Get flown out to California and put up in a 4-star hotel

Enter here!

JLaw   August 14th, 2017   Uncategorized

Darren Aronofsky tends to labor for years on his screenplays. But with mother!things went a little differently. “I was always jealous of singer-songwriters who can pop out a song in a couple of days or a few hours,” Aronofsky says. “I had this idea, and I felt it rise up in my head. I took a long weekend and got into this fever dream and just pumped it out. [Laughs] We’ll see what the results are. It’s been an interesting way to approach it — trying to capture a single emotion and trying to tell that two hour story out of that emotion.”

The idea is one he still struggles to talk about — “I’m still figuring it out!” — but we do know it centers on a married couple (Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem) whose relationship is tested when another couple (Michelle Pfeiffer and Ed Harris) visits. “It has home-invasion elements and is definitely a thriller,” Aronofsky allows. “It is closer to Black Swan in spirit than anything I have done in a while.”

Shooting (in 16mm) took place last year in Montreal — “As soon as you get Jennifer Lawrence, you have a movie,” Aronofsky says with a laugh — after a long rehearsal period in Brooklyn. (“It’s rare and a luxury,” says the director.) Bardem had been following Aronofsky’s career closely since his 1998 debut, Pi. “I remember so well seeing that movie,” says Bardem. “It blew me away. And Requiem for a Dream was the same. I was so impressed by the filmmaking, by the quality of the images but mostly by their performances and that strange line between fiction and reality. I love that.” The young woman playing his wife onscreen is one he also has a history with—they were once seated together at a film festival when Lawrence was a then unknown promoting Winter’s Bone. “I just remember she was so young and she was so funny! She was making jokes about the show, about everything, we all were laughing a lot. I hadn’t seen Winter’s Bone yet but then I did, after that night, and I was really impressed by the quality and the depth. All of this is to say when I heard Jennifer Lawrence was in the cast, I was very happy to be working with her. She is one of a kind and I truly admire her.” Did he ever think he’d one day be playing her on-screen husband? Bardem bursts out laughing. “No! Obviously no. Not even when I was shooting could I really imagine it.”

But what is, you know, actually happening? “The best thing about this film will be the surprise of it,” Aronofsky insists. “It’s an intense journey and it’s definitely the biggest roller coaster in the park. Only get on it if you really want to do the loop-the-loop.” Bardem agrees with the vow of silence. “We all know every f—ing thing all the time,” he says. “That’s good for some things and bad for others. We have to keep this mystery going if we can.” Mystery accomplished.


JLaw   August 9th, 2017   Uncategorized

Behold, a miracle: Jennifer Lawrence, sitting still.

It’s a warm evening in Los Angeles, and Lawrence and I are alongside a fire pit in the backyard of a Mediterranean-style home high in the hills, where the air smells of flowers, money, and the negligible carbon burned thoughtfully by electric cars. The chaos of Hollywood feels a zillion miles away.

This is not Lawrence’s actual home. It’s a rental. Lawrence’s real home “broke” while she was away—a madcap story involving crystals and . . . well, let Lawrence tell it: “When I first moved in, the house was crystalled out—crystals everywhere, and geodes,” she explains. “And I was like, ‘Please get rid of these; I don’t want people to come over here and think I’m a crystal person.’ Not that there’s anything wrong with that! But everyone told me, ‘You can’t do that. You can’t move them. You have to have the crystal lady who put them in move them… You know where this is going. Lawrence did not get the crystal lady. “I just had all the crystals yanked out. Sold them. And then my fucking house flooded.”

“I hate crystals,” Lawrence says. There are no crystals in the rental. There’s not much evidence Lawrence is living here, other than an oil painting of her dog, Pippi, over the fireplace. I’ve brought bourbon: a bottle of Old Grand-Dad, a nod to Lawrence’s Kentucky roots. It’s after 5:00 p.m. and we’re having one, because . . . wouldn’t you?

“This is delicious,” Lawrence says, pulling a blanket over her sweater and wide-leg Zimmermann pants. And this booze cost only $19.99, I tell her. “Wow,” she says, deadpan. “I shouldn’t be wasting this on you. I’m going to save it for company.”
A few days prior, Lawrence had visited with the acclaimed American painter John Currin for the work that appears opposite. “Pretty unbelievable,” she says. “He took photos, and posed me like one of those French girls. I think Pippi might actually be in some of them.”

Is she going to get the finished Currin? “How do I broach that?” she asks. “Who else would want it?”

Full interview HERE

JLaw   August 8th, 2017   Uncategorized

JLaw   July 31st, 2017   Uncategorized

What do you think? Full trailer is dropping on 8th August! Leave your comments in the chat box!

JLaw   July 27th, 2017   Uncategorized

The top secret Darren Aronofsky horror film Mother!, starring Jennifer Lawrence, will have its world premiere at this year’s Venice Film Festival, while projects directed by George Clooney, Guillermo Del Toro and Alexander Payne are also debuting at the festival, which has today announced its line-up.

Venice, which starts up August 30, will open with Alexander Payne’s Downsizing, a sci-fi comedy in which regular people, tired of the stresses of modern life, decide to shrink themselves to minute proportions. Matt Damon, Kristen Wiig, Laura Dern and Alec Baldwin are among the cast.

The Venice Film Festival takes place from 28th Augsut – 6th September!

JLaw   July 26th, 2017   Uncategorized

New films featuring Jennifer Lawrence, Halle Berry, Daniel Craig, Idris Elba, Jake Gyllenhaal, Tatiana Maslany, Margot Robbie and other A-listers are coming to the Toronto International Film Festival.
The festival unveiled on Tuesday the first batch of films heading for Toronto cinemas this September, specifically in TIFF’s galas and special presentations lineups.

Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier’s Tragically Hip documentary Long Time Running, which tracks the band’s Man Machine Poem tour after frontman Gord Downie’s brain cancer diagnosis, is the lone Canadian film scheduled for a gala opening so far.

The 2017 Toronto International Film Festival runs Sept. 7-17.


JLaw   July 4th, 2017   Uncategorized

Jennifer attended the new exhibition for Christian Dior, celebrating 70 Years of Creation. HQ photos below:


JLaw   July 4th, 2017   Uncategorized

Jennifer attended the Fall/Winter 2018 Show for Dior in Paris yesterday. 90 HQ photos below:


JLaw   June 26th, 2017   Uncategorized

Jennifer was seen in Los Angeles on the 23rd June & 25th June. She was attending a meeting on 23rd & leaving lunch with Quentin Tarantino on 25th! HQ photos below:



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