by Anthony Breznican In The Hunger Games, nobody who knows better would mess with Jennifer Lawrence's ultra-survivor Katniss Everdeen, but in her upcoming horror thriller House at the End of the Street, the 21-year-old actress stars as someone a lot
Because Jennifer Lawrence's StarMeter is sky-high during this glorious Hunger Games weekend, why not take a look at her next venture, the indie horror pic House at the End of the Street? Katniss Everdeen this ain't; JLawr
Murray Close/Lionsgate/Everett Collection Elizabeth Banks, left, and Jennifer Lawrence in The Hunger Games. Until “The Hunger Games,” the biggest movie for Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. (LGF) was “Fahrenheit 9/11,” the Michael Moore war commentary
A baffling, infuriating trend has cropped up in reviews of The Hunger Games: critics bodysnarking on Jennifer Lawrence. “A few years ago Ms. Lawrence might have looked hungry enough to play Katniss,” writes the New York Times' Manohla Dargis, “but now,
The Hunger Games star debuted her fresh-faced look in Los Angeles Friday.