Saturday, April 7, 2012

Jennifer Lawrence


Jennifer Lawrence's name began to be taken into account in the film industry since her role in the indie drama Winter's Bone (2010) which resulted in several awards such as Best Actress at the San Diego Film Critics Society Awards 2010 and nominated as Best Actress at the Academy Awards 2011.

The birth of Louisville, Kentucky, USA, August 15, 1990, has already been started on a career at the age of 16 years through a TV movie titled Company Town. And Winter's Bone is not the first title in which her performance was praised. Outstanding Performance Award in the Narrative Competition at the Los Angeles Film Festival 2008 (in the film The Poker House) and Best Emerging Actress Award at the Venice Film Festival 2008 (in the movie The Burning Plain) are evidence that behind the pretty face, blonde keeps talent great.

In 2011, Jennifer have an important role in the film box-office first, the Mystique in X-Men: First Class, which was nominated for Choice Movie Breakout: Female at the Teen Choice Awards 2011.

IN THE HUNGER GAMES : The girl who never studied acting formally admitted as a fan of the book The Hunger Games trilogy. "I've read the books before I was a fan of. My mother is reading the first trilogy. She also had read the book Winter's Bone before I starred in the film, so she must be a fortune teller, or At least have a really good taste," clearly cast Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games.

"Katniss is a remarkable character. She was a hunter but not a killer. Katniss is not a cool person. I think he would look around in despair," explained the girl who dyed her hair brown for her role as Katniss. 

Girls who do not like this diet also really enjoyed filming this movie. "The most I like about this project is that the shooting did not feel like shooting a film. When we were filming the forest, there is a bear native and native snakes. I also do a scene running up and down the mountain for 13 hours," said the girl who spent much time of the shooting in the forests in North Carolina, U.S..

PASCA THE HUNGER GAMES : This year, the girls are reportedly going out with Nicholas Houlth (Skins star, X-Men: First Class) has two new film projects, The House at the End of The Street and The Silver Linings Playbook. While next year, he is almost certain to appear in the sequel to The Hunger Games, Catching Fire. 

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