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Found 4 results

  1. Tyler

    Marita

    Hollywood Reporter: If the movie is mainly set in 1959, Lawrence will be in the super-ironic position of playing a character significantly younger (19) than she is now (25).
  2. Overstreet

    It's What I Do

    Warner Bros, Steven Spielberg, Jennifer Lawrence Land War Photog Memoir ‘It’s What I Do’
  3. THR: As interesting as women involved can be, that premise just doesn't grab me at all.
  4. David O. Russell and Jennifer Lawrence will reteam for The Ends Of The Earth, apparently. The screenplay was written by Chris Terrio (Argo), and deals with... well, I don't want to spoil the story in the first post, so let's just say it's about a complicated love affair, and its repercussions across time. That's an awful summary, but still... I've heard it described as Gone With The Wind meets There Will Be Blood, which isn't quite accurate but does convey some of the themes and scope of the project. P.S. Please, someone show me how to hide spoilers...
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