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Lionsgate’s “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1″ flew to a powerful $14.5 million on Wednesday at the pre-Thanksgiving box office to lift its six-day domestic total to $158 million.
The Jennifer Lawrence franchise outdistanced a solid debut from Fox/DreamWorks’ “The Penguins of Madagascar,” which drew $7 million Wednesday — signaling a total in the $42 million to $44 million range for the five days through Sunday.
New Line’s launch of “Horrible Bosses 2″ also turned in a decent showing on Wednesday in the $5 million range, including $1 million in Tuesday night showings. The R-rated comedy sequel is projected to take in about $35 million for the Wednesday-Sunday Thanksgiving holiday period.
The original “Horrible Bosses” opened in July, 2011, with $28.3 million on its way to $117 million in the U.S. and $209.6 million worldwide.
The Wednesday before Thanksgiving has been a historically strong day for moviegoing with “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” taking in an impressive $20 million on the day last year. »
- Dave McNary
Rest assured, Jennifer Lawrence has an ally in Natalie Dormer, both onscreen and off. The Game of Thrones badass, who's currently logging big-screen face time as District rebellion documentarian Cressida inThe Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1, recently offered up her take on the nude photo leak that ensnared J.Law and other celebs this fall. "What Jen went through recently was just horrific," Dormer says in Nylon's December 2014/Jan 2015 double issue. "And I don't think there's any level of fame that can justify that kind of invasion into privacy, not to mention laws being broken. I mean, people just need to get a grip if they think that's even halfway »
Jennifer Lawrence is an A-lister living like a reality TV star.
A self-proclaimed reality TV junkie, the Oscar winner joined her gal pals for dinner a few days ago at The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Vanderpump's restaurant Pump in West Hollywood. Fans of Vanderpump, like JLaw, are also familiar with her Bravo spin-off show, Vanderpump Rules, that follows the drama surrounding the reality TV star's restaurants.
Photos: Jennifer Lawrence's Hunger Games Premiere Looks
While dining at Pump, the 24-year-old actress and her friends decided to recreate the intro to Vanderpump Rules, starring themselves and including the same theme song. "We feel like the Vanderpump Rules intro should be more like this!" Sarni Rogers Instagrammed.
we feel like the vanderpump rules intro should be more like this ! @lauragram @mdevitto @tordevitto @alexa_espo @saralois @lisavanderpump #bestnightever #aboutlastnight #pump #vanderpumprules
A video posted by sarni rogers (@sarnisays) on Nov 11, 2014 at 12:00pm Pst
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Jennifer Lawrence came out of the "Hunger Games" franchise with an unexpected bonus: a hot best friend.
In a new interview with Nylon magazine, the Oscar winner, 24, raved about her co-star, Liam Hemsworth, when asked to name something she learned about herself that surprised her.
"I guess the thing that surprised me is that I would never expect to ever have a man this good-looking ever be my best friend," she told the mag of Liam. "I just would never assume those things could happen, but he is.
Photos: Sexy Shots Of Jennifer Lawrence
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Director Francis Lawrence has said that more films are being considered for the hit young adult franchise.
"Everybody is thinking about it, and talking about it," the Mockingjay director told MTV.
"I just think that one has to go into that world carefully. Because I think a huge part of what makes the stories great is that it was really built on this idea of the consequence of war, and you have an amazing character like Katniss at the centre of it.
"And so to just say, 'Oh, we're still in the Hunger Games world', I think is really risky, and you need to make sure that you have something new to say, and either new characters need to be created that are just as compelling as Katniss."
He continued: "It's a tricky thing, but I'm definitely open to talking about it, »
Jennifer Lawrence had a fan-girl moment on Saturday night. The Hunger Games star, along with five other girlfriends, hit up Lisa Vanderpump's Los Angeles eatery and gay bar Pump and met the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star and her famous pooch Giggy. Lawrence, a self-proclaimed Housewives fan, came to the restaurant unannounced, and according to a source, didn't have a reservation. "When Lisa found out Jennifer was seated [unknowingly] outside on the patio, she graciously gave up her table (and pink chair) in the center of [...] »
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This has got to be one of the more interesting MPAA ratings bulletins in a while and not because of the recognizable names, but more for the abundance of sequels I had never heard of. The only one I've heard of (and have actually seen and entirely disliked) is Rec 4: Apocalypse, but beyond that we have Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse, Hayride 2 (a sequel to a movie about a serial killer haunting a family hayride) and did you know they made a sequel to The Man With The Iron Fists and yes, RZA is back and starring and also wrote the screenplay and it may or may not be called The Man with the Iron Fists: Sting of the Scorpion. The first one made just over $19 million worldwide on a $15 million budget, my guess is he got about $5 million to make this one... max. As for the films we've »
- Brad Brevet
As you prepare to enter a well-deserved food coma this Thanksgiving, it’s important to have a game plan for entertaining the different groups of people who will be forcing you to sleep on the couch. From your children to those pesky in-laws and even reunited siblings, we have the perfect solution to your, “How am I going to deal with these people?!” crisis: Movies.
It seems obvious, but people tend to forget movie theaters are open on holidays. So, when you can’t deal with Uncle David complaining about his neighbor or your brother pestering you about visiting more, take them to one of the many films out this month, and enjoy some silent bonding (the best type of bonding in our humble opinion).
Below, we’ve provided the go-to movie for practically every situation that will come up this Turkey Day. Keep this list handy, folks. Trust us: You’ll need it. »
- Christopher Rosa
Michael Stevens for "The Good" :
"Mockingjay" has some interesting action sequences.
I also enjoyed Donald Sutherland relishing his screen time as the evil 'President Snow'.
The late Philip Seymour Hoffman delivers a good-natured last screen performance...
Jennifer Lawrence as 'Katniss' makes emotional use of her extreme close-ups...
Graf Orlok for "The Bad":
I must admit (along with millions of other people) that I may have previously caught a 'glimpse' of those Jennifer Lawrence 'cloud' images on the internet.
That being said, the actress has now endeared herself to me even more than before. I cannot stop looking at her, »
- Michael Stevens
The World Made Straight has released its first trailer.
It centres around a young man (Irvine) who takes refuge from his abusive father with a neighbour (Wyle).
But he begins to realise that his new protector has a dark past closely linked to his own.
The World Made Straight will arrive in Us cinemas and on VOD on January 9. A UK cinematic release date is yet to be announced. »
Once the Mockingjay movies are done, there may yet be more The Hunger Games movies...
It's often forgotten that Lionsgate pretty much bet the house on making the first The Hunger Games film. It reportedly scraped the budget together in part by trimming back a whole bunch of films it had in production at the time, and was eventually rewarded with one of the bigger movie series on the planet right now. At the time of writing, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 has nearly $300m in the bank worldwide after just under a week.
Director Francis Lawrence, who has made the last two The Hunger Games films, now has the job of getting The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 ready for this time next year. But even though that's the point where Suzanne Collins' books come to an end, it doesn't mean the movies will.
Chatting to MTV, »
Although it’s been done before several times now, I can only imagine how hard it must be to decide exactly where to split a book in half to make it two or more movies. Most novels have a beginning, middle, climax, and an end. What can a filmmaker do to leave audiences feeling satisfied when there’s no big payoff or conclusion to what they’re taking in? Here is where the problem lies for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1.
Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) has brought down the Hunger Games. President Snow (Donald Sutherland) and his forces look to stomp out a revolution that could end his reign. Katniss reluctantly accepts her place as the symbol of freedom for the band of rebels quickly rising in each District. She must also find a way to save Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) from certain doom as he's been captured and is being held in the Capital. »
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Paging Lisa Vanderpump—it looks like Jennifer Lawrence has a suggestion for you. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star and restaurateur's famous spin-off Bravo series Vanderpump Rules is reality TV gold, from the catfights to the love triangles to the how-is-everyone-so-hot cast who work as servers at Sur. And while the intro is also catchy (you'll find yourself humming that damn tune for days), J.Law thinks it could be improved. Yes, J.Law. Jennifer Lawrence. Keep reading... The Oscar winner has even taken it upon herself and her gal-pals to offer another approach. One of Lawrence's friends posted a hilarious video to Instagram of the group creating their own intro for the show with »
"I do love my Real Housewives," Jennifer Lawrence once told Vanity Fair. "New York Housewives — and Beverly Hills, New Jersey, and Atlanta Housewives. I mean, I love them all, but Miami — oh, my God! Miami is really special." And boy, did she mean it. Enough to visit the Lisa Vanderpump–owned restaurant Pump with her BFFs and re-create the opening sequence to Housewives spinoff Vanderpump Rules:Pretty spot-on. Here's the actual Vanderpump Rules intro: And, duh, she met Giggy. »
- Lindsey Weber
Today, I bring you another Oscar roundtable courtesy of The Hollywood Reporter. This time it is the female actors. The panel includes Amy Adams (Big Eyes), Reese Witherspoon (Wild), Julianne Moore (Still Alice), Felicity Jones (The Theory of Everything), Patricia Arquette (Boyhood), Hilary Swank (The Homesman), and Laura Dern (Wild). The Oscar hopefuls discuss a wide variety of topics including their respective performances this year, the celebrity photo hacking scandal (which affected people like Jennifer Lawrence), the sequel culture of Hollywood, and the response to Renee Zellwegger's new face. One particular section I found interesting came from Witherspoon concerning Gone Girl Note: I wish Rosamund Pike was on this panel, who is a producer on the film. When asked why she was not in the film, she responded: I was always open to doing it, but whenever David Fincher says he wants to do a project, you just sit back and say, »
- Mike Shutt
They’ve started revolutions, fought unearthly beasts, and have been players in some pretty messed up games. From Maze Runner to The Hunger Games and Divergent, each of these stories’ leading men and women kick total ass, and bring a little something different to the table while doing so. But who would you truly trust with your life and the future of mankind?
Is it better to have a charming Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson) as a savior, or the brooding Four (Theo James)? Would a natural yet emotional leader like Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) be best-suited for the job, or should we put our faith in the fearless Thomas (Dylan O’Brien)? We’re breaking down these Ya heroes and heroines by their strongest merits and grading their ability to save us all on a scale from 1-5. So if the world is ever coming to an end, you’ll »
- Taylor Ferber
Jennifer Lawrence can't find fault with Liam Hemsworth. The actors became friends while filming the first Hunger Games movie, and since then, they've become inseparable. "I guess the thing that surprised me is that I would never expect to ever have a man this good-looking ever be my best friend," Lawrence marvels. "I just would never assume those things could happen, but he is. He's the most wonderful, lovable, family-oriented, sweet, hilarious, amazing guy." Proving her point, the Academy Award winning-actress, 24, tells Nylon that her Australian co-star, 24, "actually taught me how to be fair and to stand up for myself. It's my biggest weakness: negotiating. I'm a wimp about »
Tension between Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick is ramping up. The pregnant reality star posted an Instagram message captioned, “If you want to leave, you can.” Does that mean Disick is getting booted from the Kardashian clan? The Gossip Table has the latest.
Elsewhere in Hollywood, Jennifer Lawrence took a break from promoting the new Hunger Games film by chilling with reality star Lisa Vanderpump. Maybe J. Law can snag a cameo on The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills! We already know she’s not a pushover, standing up to hackers during the celebrity nude photo scandal, so housewife drama wouldn’t faze her. Watch the clip below for more about Lawrence’s night out.
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- Rahsheeda Ali
This story first appeared in the Dec. 5 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Death and scandal are the surest ways to generate interest online. Five weeks prior to the new year, the celebrity most often showing up in Internet searches in 2014 has been Robin Williams, whose shocking suicide Aug. 11 led to massive spikes in online activity. And Jennifer Lawrence, at the center of the August nude photo hack, ranks second. See more Robin Williams' Most Memorable Roles Search engine Ask.com looked at queries of its 100 million global users between Jan. 1 and Nov. 15. The
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