Jennifer Lawrence Discusses The Challenges Of Creating Massive Movies Like The Hunger Games And X-Men
Jennifer Lawrence lead two different blockbuster franchises at the same time, playing Mystique and Katniss Everdeen.
Jennifer Lawrence Talks Hunger Games vs. Twilight
The Hunger Games cast is in this month’s Vanity Fair, and star Jennifer Lawrence is talking about comparisons between the popular books and another huge franchise: Twilight. Find out what she had to say and judge for yourself if the series are similar in today’s PopSugar Rush.
Jennifer Lawrence on X-Men, Hunger Games, & Being Thrown Off of Wild Horses | Letterman
Jennifer Lawrence talks about being nominated for an Oscar at age 20, growing up around wild horses, and starring in the X-Men and Hunger Games franchises. (Air Date 5/19/2011)
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Jennifer Lawrence on her new film – Causeway – The Hunger Games and X-Men | BFI LFF 2022 Screen Talk
The star of The Hunger Games talks about her career at the 2022 BFI London Film Festival, presented in partnership with American Express (5-16 October).
Since her breakthrough performance in Winter’s Bone (2010), Jennifer Lawrence has successfully balanced the world of serious drama and blockbuster entertainment.
Her Oscar-winning performance in Silver Linings Playbook (2012) not only established her as one of the most talented actors of her generation, it highlighted her star power; beyond her skills as an actor, she exudes a screen charm that has made her one of the most sought-after performers in Hollywood. And alongside her roles in box office behemoths such as The Hunger Games trilogy and the X-Men series, she has amassed a body of work that cements her status as a performer who fully inhabits her characters.
From her roles in American Hustle (2013), Joy (2015) and mother! (2017) to Don’t Look Up (2021) and her latest, playing a military engineer who has returned from Afghanistan with a debilitating brain injury, in LFF Special Presentation Causeway, Jennifer Lawrence is an undeniable talent.
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“Did you guys know I was in the Hunger Games?” Jennifer Lawrence on where she keeps Katniss’s bow.
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Watch Jennifer Lawrence: Movies That Made Me in full on BBC iPlayer in the UK here: http://bbc.in/2GXfm2j
Jennifer Lawrence looks back on some of her biggest movies with BBC Radio 1’s Ali Plumb, including The Hunger Games, the X-Men series, Silver Linings Playbook and her latest movie Red Sparrow. She talks about dancing badly, swearing loudly and why she likes to shout about lunch on set.