We typically don’t hear stories about Jennifer Lawrence’s bodily functions and fluids unless she’s promoting a movie, so when I first read the Page Six story detailing Lawrence’s very recent and very public bout with the stomach flu, I jumped over to her IMDB page to see when her new film Mother would be released.…
Another celebrity feud? Or just another person who finds Iggy Azalea distasteful?
On Tuesday, Radar published a video of Jennifer Lawrence on stage at a strip club in Vienna, doing a half-hearted “dance” on a stripper pole. This did not embarrass Jennifer Lawrence. Jennifer Lawrence might have reached the point of celebrity where she’s not embarrassed by much of anything—publicly, at least.
Not one to overlook opportunity, director Darren Aronofsky unveiled the first poster for his upcoming film, Mother!, on—but of course—Mother’s Day. Featuring a waxen-faced, vestal Jennifer Lawrence, the image grinds against the maudlin conventions of the day. Take a quick look, and you’ll see why.
Jennifer Lawrence and Darren Aronofsky, two people who have been “casually dating” since October are indeed still carrying on. And, as per this fluffy bit of floof from People about the state of their relations, it’s going great.
The trailers for the space movie Passengers make it look like a galactic romcom version of Cast Away or Titanic where nothing interesting ever happens. Much of that first impression turns out to be true, according to film critics.
After several weeks of stories about Kanye West’s declining mental health, he has “resurfaced” in Los Angeles at a Rick Owens furniture exhibition in West Hollywood. (Is there anything in the art world more calming than a furniture exhibit?) Page Six reports he “appeared to be in good health,” and provided a…
In 2013, a DJ named David Mueller allegedly stuck his hand up Taylor Swift’s skirt and groped her at a “pre-concert meet and greet.” The transcript from her deposition corroborates this information. In an appearance on 955 Detroit’s “Mojo in the Morning” radio show, Mueller stuck to his guns and denied that the…
Passengers, the upcoming sci-fi thriller slash romantic dramedy starring Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence as two unlucky sexy people on a spaceship whose hibernation pods malfunction 30 years into their 120-year journey, has a new trailer that does something I thought was impossible: it makes Passengers look even…
Jennifer Lawrence, our best friend with the showstopping face and meteoric acting career, declines to discuss 47-year-old director Darren Aronofsky in his capacity as her boyfriend—totally fair!—but she will sing his praises as a filmmaker.
Gigi Hadid walked the runway for Tommy Hilfiger in February 2015, but was forced to cover her body in a hideous, oversized poncho with unfortunate dolman sleeves because she wasn’t “quite as thin” as the other models.
Ryan Collins, the Pennsylvania man who pleaded guilty to a felony hacking charge earlier this year in connection with the 2014 celebrity nude photo leak known as “The Fappening,” has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison, authorities announced on Thursday.
Our chill, astronomically famous BFF Jennifer Lawrence has been cast to star in Zelda, a film about tragic writer and socialite Zelda Fitzgerald. The film is Ron Howard’s latest development project, one he may helm as director.
I’m not entirely sure why a pseudo-confirmed relationship between one of the most famous actors in the world and a successful director who looks like Steve Jobs and Michael Fassbender had a giant baby and sent it to film school isn’t exciting me as much as it should, but it isn’t!
You know that scene in Gone Girl (the movie) where Rosamund Pike—reading from her fake diary—says in that angry, breathy voice of hers, “This...man...may...truly...kill me”? When I watched the trailer for the mega-hyped sci-fi action romance Passengers, I stared at the screen as it ended and thought,…
Jennifer Lawrence made $52 million in 2015. That number is slightly down this year, but she’s still leaving most leading woman actors in the dust.
In recent months, blood-testing startup Theranos and its founder Elizabeth Holmes have faced a sharp reversal of fate. So sharp, in fact, that a movie inspired by the story is reportedly already in the works, and Jennifer Lawrence is involved.
On Sunday, Susan Sarandon became the latest actress to share her personal experiences with wage discrimination. Vanity Fair reports that, while speaking at a Cannes Women in Motion conference, Sarandon “revealed” that she had been inspired by Jennifer Lawrence’s essay for Lenny on the same subject. “There was an…