9 items from 2015
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North Carolina mountains at the end of the 1920s – George (Bradley Cooper) and Serena Pemberton (Jennifer Lawrence), love-struck newly-weds, begin to build a timber empire. Serena soon proves herself to be equal to any man: overseeing loggers, hunting rattlesnakes, even saving a man’s life in the wilderness. With power and influence now in their hands, »
- Michelle McCue
"...in the North Carolina mountains at the end of the 1920', 'George' and 'Serena Pemberton' are love-struck newly-weds, who begin to build a timber empire.
"Serena soon proves herself to be equal to any man: overseeing loggers, hunting rattle-snakes, even saving a man’s life in the wilderness.
"With power and influence now in their hands, the Pembertons refuse to let anyone stand in the way of their inflated love and ambitions. However, once Serena discovers George’s hidden past and faces an unchangeable fate of her own, the Pemberton’s passionate marriage begins to unravel leading toward a dramatic reckoning..."
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- Michael Stevens
In "X-Men: Days Of Future Past", Lawrence plays 'Raven'/'Mystique'.
In "Dumb and Dumber To", currently filming, Lawrence plays 'younger Fraida Felcher'.
In "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay' Part 1 and Part 2, Lawrence reprises her role as 'Katniss Everdeen'.
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- Michael Stevens
'Some loves can never let you go.' Director Susanne Bier brings Ron Rash's 2008 novel Serena to the big screen this March starring on-screen power couple Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper in their third film together. Magnolia Pictures has released the first official poster, which finds the two lovers attempting to start their own logging empire in the 1930s.
Serena begins in the North Carolina mountains at the end of the 1920s. George (Bradley Cooper) and Serena Pemberton (Jennifer Lawrence), love-struck newly-weds, begin to build a timber industry. Serena soon proves herself to be equal to any man: overseeing loggers, hunting rattle-snakes, even saving a man's life in the wilderness. With power and influence now in their hands, the Pembertons refuse to let anyone stand in the way of their inflated love and ambitions. However, once Serena discovers George's hidden past and faces an unchangeable fate of her own, »
Susanne Bier's screen adaptation of Ron Rash's 2008 novel of the same name will finally hit U.S. theaters next month. Academy Award-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence and Academy Award nominee Bradley Cooper co-star in this period romance as a couple that owns a burgeoning timber business during the 1930s. In anticipation of the film's stateside release, Magnolia Pictures has released a gorgeous new one-sheet vaguely reminiscent of film posters from the Classic Hollywood era. "Serena" will be available on demand February 26 and in theaters March 27. Check out the poster below, exclusively on Indiewire. Read More: What Really Happened to 'Serena,' Starring Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence »
- Shipra Gupta
Jennifer Lawrence is joining forces with her Hunger Games: Catching Fire director Francis Lawrence and producer James Cameron on The Dive for 20th Century Fox. The project is based on the true story of free divers Francisco "Pipin" Ferraras and his wife Audrey Mestre, who both tried to go as deep into the ocean as possible on just a single breath of air. Jennifer Lawrence is playing Audrey Mestre, who passed away in 2002 while trying to break her world record of diving 557.7 feet underwater. Her husband Francisco "Pipin" Ferraras dove to that same depth in tribute to his late wife, a dive which was filmed by James Cameron.
Way back in 2006, James Cameron actually planned on directing this movie himself, working from a script from his Avatar co-writer Laeta Kalogridis. In March 2012, Martin Campbell (Casino Royale, Green Lantern) was attached to direct, but the project never got off the ground. »
I’m “biast” (con): nothing
I have not read the source material
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My first thought was: “This isn’t a movie. It’s a eulogy.” I meant it, in my head, metaphorically: American Sniper felt like sitting through a story told at a funeral during which the poor sap of a cousin who got roped into the job is trying to dance around the fact that the deceased was kind of jerk by deploying a bunch of clichéd claptrap about warm cozy mundane things that no one could possibly be crass enough to object to, not at a funeral, fer cripes’ sake. “He liked a good beer. »
- MaryAnn Johanson
Jennifer Lawrence isn't enjoying her time off. The 'Serena' star, who recently rekindled her relationship with Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, is currently taking a well-earned break from Hollywood, but admits she is ''miserable.'' Asked by Eddie Redmayne if she is being ''a lady of leisure,'' the Oscar winner said: ''I am and I'm miserable. I was so excited to get time off, and now I don't know what to do with myself.'' When the British star admitted he feels he has to make things up to justify taking a break, Jennifer responded: ''Yeah. I'm like, 'I paint--i'm a painter!'' The 24-year-old beauty is also upset that she has almost completed filming the final film in the 'Hunger Games' series. Asked about the upcoming movie by Eddie while interviewing him for Interview magazine, she said: ''I've got, like, one more thing to shoot for 'Hunger Games'. »
Civil War on Drugs: Burris Turns Southern Gothic into Southern Comfort
Though its title sounds something you’d expect to grace a Christian propaganda film starring Kirk Cameron, the directorial debut by producer David Burris, The World Made Straight, gets drunk on its own solemn resonance and turns its intriguing elements of tragic fate and warps them into eye crossed foolishness. Painstakingly earnest Jeremy Irvine, struggling still to make good on the boost afforded his visibility after 2011’s War Horse, headlines a curious cast assembled atop an organism featuring a number of exciting elements. But this is rather complicated material and is based on Ron Rash’s 2006 novel. A higher degree of finesse could have teased out the tale’s noir roots, as clearly it’s inspired by any number of Elizabethan or Greek tragedy sources, whereby bloodlines are irrevocably cursed by misdeeds of the forefathers.
A high school dropout, »
- Nicholas Bell
9 items from 2015
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