Close call! On Tuesday, December 15, Jennifer Lawrence appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers, where she revealed her all-too-real crush on the Saturday Night Live alum, 41. The X-Men: Apocalypse star, 25, said that when she hosted SNL several years ago, her crush reached its peak.
“You probably know this by now because I told everybody at NBC,” she revealed to Meyers. “Years ago I did SNL. You were working there. I had a really big crush on you. I had this whole plan. All week I’m all, ‘He’s going to ask me out. He’s totally going to ask me out.’ I created the romance in my head because I’m delusional.”
When Meyers didn’t ask her out, Lawrence made the bold decision to take matters into her own hands. “I had this whole plan. I was going to ask you out,” she explained. “I started — thank God — I talked to the wardrobe lady about it. I was like, ‘I’m going to ask Seth Meyers out. I’m going to give him my number.’ And she was like, ‘Honey, he’s engaged.’”
She’s known for her effortless style. And Jennifer Lawrence once again demonstrated her fashion prowess when she attended a screening of her new film Joy on Saturday in New York.
The 25-year-old beauty again set a new standard for elegance and sophistication with her ensemble for the evening. Jennifer sported a little black dress with lacy elements that ended just above the knee, though she kept it mostly hidden with a wide-collared black velvet trenchcoat that fell just above the hem of the dress.
Intricate strappy stiletto heels emphasized The Hunger Games star’s sculpted, porcelain legs.
Her iconic shoulder length blonde tresses were tucked back behind her left ear as she made her way into the Director’s Guild theater.
Jennifer Lawrence has written a new post on her Facebook account reacting to getting a Golden Globe nomination this morning, her fourth one in her career!
The 25-year-old actress was nominated for her work in the movie Joy in the Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy category. She won that same award back in 2013 for Silver Linings Playbook.
When Jennifer Lawrence’s Katniss Everdeen fired her final arrow in the finale of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2, many breathed a sigh of relief. And not just because our intrepid hero had triumphed over the evil forces of President Snow et al in the long-running saga based on Suzanne Collins’ popular young adult books.
Quite frankly, the Hunger Games was on the point of starvation by its final chapter. Even with the ebullient Lawrence giving her all to the end, the franchise had long since passed the point where it kept audience appetites satisfied, a dwindling of interest not helped by the decision to split Collins’ weak final novel, Mockingjay, in two.
And yet it now turns out that Lionsgate, which owns the rights, is planning a series of prequel movies set prior to the events of Everdeen’s one-woman revolution. Studio bigwig Michael Burns has said he hopes to see the saga “live on and on and on” via a run of new episodes that will see the story return to the evil arenas featured in 2012’s The Hunger Games and its 2013 sequel, Catching Fire.
There are always surprises when the Screen Actors Guild Awards announce their nominations — many are still trying to figure out Naomi Watts’ nod last year for “St. Vincent” — and this morning was no exception. On the film side, Helen Mirren walked away the big winner, with three nominations for her work in “Woman in Gold” (lead actress) and “Trumbo” (supporting actress, ensemble.) And the TV side saw the return of some favorites and a few new additions, including “Mr. Robot” star Rami Malek. The SAG Awards are the only major awards show that honor only actors, and are voted on by fellow actors, SAG-AFTRA members. The 22nd Screen Actors Guild Awards will air at 8 p.m. EST on Jan. 30 on on TNT/TBS.
Some of the biggest names buzzed for this season were totally shut out.
Biggest snubs: — Jennifer Lawrence for Best Actress in ‘Joy’
— Will Smith for Best Actor in ‘Concussion’
— Matt Damon & everything related to ‘The Martian’
— Everything related to ‘The Hateful Eight’
— Sylvester Stallone as Supporting Actor for ‘Creed’
— ‘Mad Max’ in general (except stunts)
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The David O. Russell movie marks the third collaboration between the director, Lawrence and Cooper
Jennifer Lawrence will continue to make movies with David O. Russell until the day the director dies, she said in a Q&A following a screening of “Joy” on Saturday night. The relationship between the director and the actress, she added with a grin, warranted a pair of adjectives: “sweet” and “fucked up.”
Lawrence plays the title role in “Joy,” the third collaboration between her and Russell, after “Silver Linings Playbook” (for which she won an Oscar) and “American Hustle.” The new movie is one of the last big 2015 awards hopefuls to be unveiled for the press and for guild voters, and its first significant Los Angeles and New York screenings took place simultaneously on Saturday. A Q&A from New York was broadcast to the theater on the Fox lot in L.A.
In the Q&A, Lawrence was asked what her first reaction was when Russell approached her about the movie, which is based on the story of inventor Joy Mangano, a divorced mother of two who designed the Miracle Mop and faced numerous obstacles on the way to becoming a hugely successful businesswoman.
Looking back over 2015, Jennifer Lawrence has certainly taken her career to the next level, and Entertainment Weekly has lavished her with a fitting title.
The “American Hustle” actress was just named Entertainer of the Year on the heels of the successful release of her latest blockbuster “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2.”
Lawrence told EW, “It’s crazy. I signed on to these projects when I was 20 years old. I remember being like, ‘Oh my God, I’m going to be 25 when I’m finished. It seemed so far away… It does feel over. It didn’t for a while and I didn’t think it would ever sink in, but it has now. It feels over. And that’s okay. It’s okay to move on.”
I updated the gallery with tons of new 2015 shoots. Jennifer did shoots for Entertainment Weekly, The Hollywood Reporter and “The Hunger Games Mockingjay – Part II” Los Angeles Portraits. Check them out below.
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