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‘Joy’ Review: Jennifer Lawrence Is Totally Miscast in This Business Biopic

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by Matt Singer December 7, 2015 @ 8:25 AM
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Jennifer Lawrence was 24 when she shot Joy. Her character, Joy Mangano, was 34 when she invented the Miracle Mop and became one of the first stars of the QVC network. This fact remains inescapable throughout Joy. Lawrence remains watchable in Joy because, as one of our best young actors, she can’t help but be watchable. But she’s totally miscast as a divorced mother of two who’s been repeatedly beaten down by life’s disappointments. This part was meant for the Jennifer Lawrence of a 2025, not the one of 2015.

Jennifer Lawrence on ‘Joy’ Director David O. Russell: I’ll Never, Ever, Ever Not Make a Movie With Him

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by Charles Bramesco November 30, 2015 @ 9:48 AM
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Jennifer Lawrence and David O. Russell are the best thing to happen to one another, making up two halves of a winning formula that’s created a handful of engaging and distinctive films popular with Oscar voters and neighborhood moviegoers alike.

Jennifer Lawrence Will Make Her Directorial Debut With ‘Project Delirium’

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by Britt Hayes November 25, 2015 @ 5:03 PM
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Like many actors before her, Jennifer Lawrence is preparing to add director to her impressive resumé. She can act, she can sing, she’s writing a movie with Amy Schumer and advocating for equal pay — is there anything she can’t do? Okay, she has trouble walking without falling everywhere she goes, but Lawrence is so graceful about it that she makes it look like a skill.

Israeli Exhibitors Strike Image of Jennifer Lawrence from ‘Mockingjay’ Poster

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by Charles Bramesco November 20, 2015 @ 11:26 AM
Today brings the wide release of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2 (or, as I have taken to calling it for clarity’s sake, Hunger Games 3 2) and while American fans have been worked into the customary new-premiere frenzy, Hungermania has spread across the four corners of the globe. One of the many secrets to the franchise’s continued success has been its international appeal, the themes of freedom’s triumph over oppression resonating with audiences across Europe, in East Asian markets, and just about everywhere else that movie projectors roll. But a global presence can highlight some curious cultural differences.

‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2’ Review: Half of a Story, All of the Boredom

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by Matt Singer November 18, 2015 @ 9:42 AM
The good news is The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 contains less scenes of people sitting around and waiting for things to happen than The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1.

‘Joy’ Clip: Jennifer Lawrence Throws Bradley Cooper’s Words Back in His Face

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by Britt Hayes November 15, 2015 @ 1:15 PM
Joy is not only the third consecutive film director David O. Russell has made with Jennifer Lawrence, but the fourth film in which Lawrence has appeared opposite Bradley Cooper. A new clip from the upcoming drama features Lawrence invoking the name of famed producer David O. Selznick and flexing her Oscar season muscles.

Scarlett Johansson Was the Second-Highest Paid ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Star

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by Britt Hayes November 7, 2015 @ 3:02 PM
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The gender wage gap is an issue that affects women in almost every single career field, but it’s recently become a more high-profile issue as actors have been speaking out about their income disparity. Jennifer Lawrence recently penned an essay on the subject, with actors like Emily Blunt, Emma Watson, Jessica Chastain and even Bradley Cooper chiming in. And while the wage gap battle rages on, here’s one you can add to the winning column: Scarlett Johansson made more money than the majority of her male co-stars in Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Jennifer Lawrence Says ‘There’s Not Really Boys’ in Her Movie With Amy Schumer

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by Britt Hayes November 5, 2015 @ 8:10 PM
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Over the summer we discovered that our imaginary BFFs Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer have become friends in real life, and really, what could be better? Oh, right — it wasn’t long before Lawrence and Schumer revealed that they’re working on a comedy film together. We haven’t heard much more about it since then, though its mere existence has sustained the hopes and dreams of many a J-Amy fan. While we anxiously await this miraculous product of two beautiful minds, Lawrence has a few details to hold us over.

‘Hunger Games’ Producer on More Sequels or Spinoffs: ‘I’m Not Sure There’s Any More to Say’

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by Mike Sampson November 3, 2015 @ 10:34 AM
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Yesterday came news of massive Hunger Games theme park plans. Next summer, a Hunger Games stage show opens in London. But, will the Hunger Games borrow a page from the Harry Potter playbook and launch a new series of films, a la Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them? The producer of all four of the Hunger Games movies certainly doesn’t seem to think so.