Jennifer Lawrence appeared on Seth Meyers‘ New Year’s Eve 2017 special and opened up about her dog Pippi, whose full name was not correctly reported until now.
“My dog’s name is, contrary to what Vanity Fair wrote, not Pippi Longstocking. Her name is Pippi Lawrence-Stocking,” the 26-year-old Passengers actress said in the interview.
“Pippi was so upset,” Jen joked. “I got a call from her publicist.”
Jennifer talked in depth about her obsession with her pet pooch and she chatted with Seth about having their dogs sit for pictures and portraits. Watch below!
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Her romance with Darren Aronofsky has been heating up.
But Jennifer Lawrence has joked that it makes her feel ‘miserable’ to see how happy her co-star Chris Pratt and his wife Anna Faris are.
The actors stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Thursday where they discussed their new movie Passengers.Jennifer also praised Chris for helping her out when she was afraid of the stunt work required for their new movie, which is set in outer space.’He’s much, much nicer than me. He’s like a hard worker, he has a good attitude, he’s very positive. I’m just like, “When are we leaving?”’ she said.
‘And he had to do basically everything because I suffer from paranoia mixed with delusions. So I thought that if I were in a harness I would never be able to bear children. So he took care of all the harness work. He did all of it.’
When Ellen asked Jennifer if she really believed that might happen, she said with a laugh, ‘Yes, I’m sick.’
‘I put in on for one second and was like, “Hell no.” I mean I had to ultimately do it, I just complained a lot,’ she added, before joking that she didn’t ‘really’ know what the part entailed.
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Lawrence—who are besties if you haven’t heard—took the stage at the Golden Globes to tease each of their nominated films, Trainwreck and Joy, respectively. Lawrence introduced herself as J-Law, and Schumer tried to call herself A-Schu. That doesn’t quite have the same ring, and Lawrence pointed out celebs don’t usually come up with their own nicknames.
That didn’t stop Schumer from trying to give herself a couples name with Tom Hardy, though. And when Lawrence asked Schumer what people usually call her, Schumer’s response had to be bleeped out.
Never one to mince her words, Jennifer Lawrence called out E!’s Juan Pablo Fernandez-Feo during her press conference after (January 10) 2016 Golden Globes.
The “American Hustle” hottie, who had just won the Best Actress in a Motion Picture- Comedy for “Joy,” scolded the reporter for using his phone while asking her how she feels about the upcoming Oscars.
Lawrence fired back, “You can’t live your whole life behind your phone bro. You’re just not gonna… You can’t do that. You gotta live in the now. We are at the Golden Globes, if you put your phone down, you’d know that.” And apparently, Jen came off as less-than-gracious, with social media users writing comments like, “I’m a fan of her, but that was kinda rude,” and, “I used to find Jennifer Lawrence quite funny and relatable but now she’s quite rude and arrogant. Shame.”
EDDIE REDMAYNE and Jennifer Lawrence have built up reputations as two of the classiest celebrities in Tinseltown, but unbelievably, both of them have now owned up to vomiting at Madonna’s house. The Oscar-winning duo appear on The Graham Norton Show this New Year’s Eve when they coincidentally realised they have one peculiar thing in common.
Jennifer’s a regular tumbler on the red carpet, but when Graham asked about her biggest mishaps, she made an alarming confession. “I am a puker,” she said. “When I get stressed and exhausted I just vomit. I was driving with my publicist the other day and had to roll down the window and I puked all down the side of the car. “It was in front of all the paparazzi – I painted New York! And I threw up at Madonna’s party – on the porch!”
Check out a few stills from the interview. I hope to have captures as soon as the episodes aires.
– Appearances In 2015 > December 31st: The Graham Norton Show New Year’s Eve Special
Jennifer Lawrence has revealed she grew up in a house where it was “an offence” to be “considered a female”. The Oscar-winning actress has two older brothers, Ben and Blaine, and grew up in a sporty household in Louisville, Kentucky. During her appearance on The Graham Norton Show, the Joy star said: “It was actually an offence in the house to be considered a female. “They were terrible and would say things like, ‘You are such a girl’ or ‘Don’t do that, that’s what a girl would do.’ I’m only now getting used to being called a female.”
Since becoming famous, Lawrence, 25, has frequently expressed outrage at the way female stars are treated – speaking out after naked photos were leaked online, and penning a furious essay after discovering her male co-stars were paid more highly.
Lawrence, who appears on the December 31 edition of the show, also told Graham Norton that she hated New Year’s Eve. She said: “I really hate it. I’ve never had a good one – everyone’s chasing a good time and it’s always a disappointment.
“I plan on doing nothing and then if something lands in my lap… but I always end up drunk and disappointed.” She joked: “‘Drunk and Disappointed’ should be the title of my memoir!”
Teen Vogue Recapped Jennifers greatest Dior moments in honor of Raf Simons’ departure. Click the pic to view the slideshow.
Jennifer did an interview with Entertainment Weekly. The interview was posted at the site. Also, 2 new stills for “Joy” were released! Check them out in the gallery or at the end of this post.
Jennifer Lawrence was working on the final installment of the Hunger Games when she received a call at 4 a.m. from director David O. Russell. “He said, ‘Do you want to play the part of the woman who invented The Miracle Mop?’ ” Lawrence took the unusual hour and the call itself in stride. “I’ve gotten a lot of middle-of-the-night phone calls from David,” she says with a laugh. But Joy ended up evolving into something else. “From that seed he went off into David land and it developed and changed, and now it’s a completely different story,” she says. “Usually [a film’s focus] is about the fight on the way to success and the happy ending. David goes on to tell the struggle that comes after that, along with all the sacrifices that come with finally getting what you want.”
Russell, who’s last three films — The Fighter, Silver Linings Playbook, and American Hustle — have all been nominated for Best Picture, was intrigued by the idea of doing a film larger in scope: an epic journey examing one woman’s life from age 10 to age 40, as she grows up, gets married, has children, and becomes an entrepreneur and matriarch. “It’s a woman’s soul over many decades of her life and how she changes,” he says.
– 2015 – Joy > Movie Stills +2
Frequent costars Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper have been tight offscreen ever since filming 2012’s Silver Linings Playbook, and their secret to a happy work wife-work husband dynamic?
“No sex!” Lawrence, 24, quipped to reporters at the Cinema Society’s New York City premiere of Serena on Saturday. Serena is the real-life BFFs’ third film together, after Silver Linings and American Hustle. And it was Lawrence who recruited Cooper, 40, for the period piece.
“I forced him to come onto the movie,” said Lawrence. “I mean, any male role is going to make me think of Bradley because in my opinion, he’s the best, and I love working with him.” For the newly single Cooper, the feeling’s mutual.
“I respect her so much as a professional, as an actor, and I think she’s the best there is,” he said. “And I just learn from her. You always want to work with people that are better than you.”
The pals said they rarely disagree on anything – especially food.
“Never about where to go to dinner; we’re both two of the biggest eaters in Hollywood,” she joked at the screening, hosted by Dior Beauty.
During promotions for “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” the delightful Jennifer Lawrence graced the cover of Marie Claire magazine’s June 2014 issue.
After posing in a collection of ensembles from Dior and Céline for the Jan Welters-shot spread, the “Hunger Games” gal opened up about why she’s tired of being a GIF and the importance of having strong gal pals.
Check out highlights from Jen’s interview below and for more, head over to Marie Claire.
On maintaining a long-distance relationship with Nicholas Hoult:
“When we’re busy, we agree to mutually ignore each other. Not completely, but neither of us gets mad when the other doesn’t text back or call. Life’s super-busy. Obviously you know what they’re doing, and you trust them. We’re so young that it would almost be like if we lived in the same city, what would happen? We’d be living together. At least this way he’s in the same boat as I am: We can go out and have our own lives and know that we have each other.”
On a conspiracy theory suggesting that her tendency to trip over her own feet at the Academy Awards is part of a devious plot to appear authentic:
“I’m trying to do the right thing, waving to fans, trying to be nice, and there’s a traffic cone. The second I hit it, I was laughing, but on the inside I was like, ‘You’re fucked. They’re totally going to think this is an act…’But trust me if I was going to plan it, I would have done it at the Golden Globes or the SAGs. I would have never done it at two Oscars in a row. I watch Homeland – I’m craftier than that!”
On fame making it hard for her to be the person she was raised to be:
“I’m a lot more closed off and frankly probably rude. I mean, I’m from Kentucky. I used to be very personable and make eye contact and smile at people, and now all I do is look down. When I’m at dinner and one person after another keeps interrupting to take pictures, it’s like, ‘I can’t live like this.’”
On suffering from abdominal pains and panic attacks during the press tour for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire:
“I was so freaked out, I called my publicist crying. I had to cancel Chelsea Handler. I was terrified to get on a plane to New York because I was convinced I had an ulcer that was bleeding. I went to the hospital. There was a bit of blood in my stomach, but they said it was nothing to worry about. I was like, ‘Really? Because I’m pretty worried!’”
On her candor:
“I’m not like, ‘I’m a rebel; I’m out of control.’ I just don’t think about things before I say or do them.”
“I don’t trust a girl who doesn’t have any girlfriends. I have really close girlfriends, but they are guys like me – girls who eat and don’t know anything about fashion.”
On rumors that she’s jealous of Kristen Stewart, Nicholas Hoult’s costar in the upcoming sci-fi romance Equals:
“There was something in a magazine, and I was like, ‘Oh, my God, that’s hilarious,’ because Kristen and I are friends. I actually texted her a picture of it and was like, ‘Just so you know, this is absolutely true.’”
On being up against Lupita Nyong’o for the 2014 Best Supporting Actress Oscar:
“I was very happy I voted for Lupita. It’s beautiful when you watch something good happen to somebody when it’s well deserved.”
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You’ll remember where you were when you first felt it, how you were stuck to one spot like a small animal considering its end. The Jennifer Lawrence Stare. It cuts a searing swath in your gut. A reckoning. I remember going to the cutting rooms of Winter’s Bone. I thought, Sure, this girl can act. But, man, this girl can also just be. All of those painful secrets in her face, the feeling that there’s some terrible past that’s left impossibly angled bone and weariness in its wake. She’s worn from the pain of living — something none of her characters would ever have the energy to articulate. It’s just part of her, like skin and muscle. The good news is that Jen, her good-humored, ballsy, free-spirited alter ego with the husky voice and a propensity for junk food … Jen, the spritely tomboy from Kentucky — that Jen’s got it together. A hoot. A gem. A gem with a killer stare.
– PHOTOSHOOTS FROM 2013 > SHOOT #010: 100 MOST INFLUENTIAL PEOPLE
Jennifer Lawrence bullied? Yes, Jennifer Lawrence was bullied as a kid in school, she recently told The Sun. But in keeping with the pull-myself-up-by-my-heels attitude she showed at the Oscars, Lawrence didn’t let the bullying get to her. Actress Jennifer Lawrence is a survivor on screen and off, as a child forced to move repeatedly due to bullies and later in Hollywood where even an Oscar got her bullied by fashion critics when she tripped at the finish over her gorgeous gown, landing in a heap on the stairs during her moment of glory. Lawrence told an interviewer at The Sun, “I changed schools a lot when I was in elementary school because some girls were mean.” Apparently, before starring in The Hunger games, Lawrence in school played a target for mean girls.
“They were less mean in middle school, because I was doing all right, although this one girl gave me invitations to hand out to her birthday party that I wasn’t invited to,” Lawrence told The Sun. “But that was fine, I just hocked a loogie on them and threw them in the trash can.”
While Shane Koyczan’s anti-bullying video poem “To This Day”, highlights how students with different body types, birth marks, and family issues are targets for abuse, Lawrence’s revelation serves to underscore the fact that bullying is less about the victim and more about the tormentor’s issues.
Koyczan recently told the Monitor that he believes in forgiveness of bullies for two reasons: “The very first e-mail I ever got when e-mail first began was from a tormentor of my youth. A long letter asking for forgiveness and detailing every incident and explaining what was going on in his life and how what he was doing to me really had nothing to do with me at all.”
Lawrence, on the other hand chooses to dismiss those who diss. She developed a life motto: “Don’t worry about [them] — that could be a good motto, because you come across people like that throughout your life.”
I added captures and the video of Jennifers interview with David Letterman on January 15th. She was very witty and funny, check it out!
– TV SHOWS, GUEST APPEARANCES > JANUARY 15TH: JENNIFER ON THE DAVID LETTERMAN SHOW
She’s on top of the world with a massively-successful career and Jennifer Lawrence is gearing up to host “Saturday Night Live” this Saturday (January 19). The “Silver Linings Playbook” babe joined Jason Sudeikis for a series of promotional clips to drum up viewer interest in her forthcoming episode.
Impersonating an awards show presenter, Sudeikis began, “And the winner, and host of this week’s ‘SNL’ with The Lumineers is, I knew it, Jennifer Lawrence!” Miss Lawrence responded, “Yes! First a Golden Globe and now this? I don’t know who to thank.” Then, as exit music began to play, Jennifer pleaded, “Wait, don’t play me off, don’t play me off!”
Be sure to check out “Saturday Night Live” this weekend with host Jennifer Lawrence and musical guest The Lumineers.
I added the first pic of the shoot Jennifer did for the January issue of Marie Claire South Africa! The 22-year-old actress looked fierce for the front page shoot while dishing about everything from her personal life to her goals for the upcoming year.
A few highlights from Miss Lawrence’s interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Marie Claire South Africa!
On her New Years Resolution:
“My New Year’s Resolution is to stand up for myself. It’s hard for me. Nobody wants to be disliked. You always want to be polite and be nice. I tried to find a balance in saying what I mean and still being nice. I can’t do it. I have this ‘okay’ attitude and everything. I end up allowing myself to get walked over and resenting it.”
On being a celebrity:
“Celebrity is such a simple predictable thing, I’m not in awe of it. It makes completes sense. You have a job where people recognize you and they think you are not human.”
On her body image:
“I’d rather look chubby on screen and like a person in real life.”
On her personal life:
“I don’t like going out that much. I’m kind of an old lady. After it’s 11, I’m like ‘Don’t these kids ever get tired?’ When I’m out, I think about my couch.”