Jennifer Lawrence News

Cue the 'mopping up at the Oscars' jokesThe partnership between David O. Russell and Jennifer Lawrence is now three movies strong and getting stronger with each. Their latest collaboration, Joy, comes festooned with Oscar-y buzz. Take a look at its new poster, freshly launched online.Like their last pairing, American Hustle, Russell and Lawrence have teamed up to tell a true-life story. Here the actress steps into the shoes of Joy Mangano, a put-upon single mum whose genius for invention and appetite for hard work combined to see her pioneer the Miracle Mop.

First Teaser Trailer For David O. Russell's Joy Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper look for a miracleReuniting his Silver Linings Playbook and American Hustle stars Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper in a way that will hopefully make everyone in the world forget all about Serena and Accidental Love, David O. Russell’s next film Joy has a teaser trailer to share. Click below to take a look.This one looks every inch Lawrence’s movie. She plays real-life inventor Joy Mangano, a mum with three kids to raise and only her wit, ingenuity and patent-pioneering smarts to help her do it.

"Serena," the new movie starring Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper, is available to rent on Google Play and iTunes, three weeks before it's slated to hit theaters.

If the formula works, why mess with it? Across his last two films — "Silver Linings Playbook" and "American Hustle" — David O. Russell has uncovered an undeniable chemistry between Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper, and Robert De Niro. And even though the latter actor only appeared briefly in 'Hustle,' it never felt like a stunt so much as smartly utilizing the ace up your sleeve. Now, as Russell gears up "Joy," he's looking to bring the gang back together.

Before Serena makes its world premiere at the London Film Festival today, StudioCanal UK has released a new clip and photos from director Susanne Bier's drama, starring Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper. Tensions rise when George (Bradley Cooper) introduces Serena (Jennifer Lawrence) to the workers as an equal to any man and demands she is treated as such, in this scene from the Depression-era drama.Set in the year 1929, Serena follows newlyweds George and Serena Pemberton, as they travel from Boston to the North Carolina mountains where they plan to create a timber empire.

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