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Jennifer Lawrence has hinted she's keen to move into politics. The 'Silver Linings Playbook' actress admitted it is a subject she is very "passionate" about and she's keen to learn more about the subject. She said: "I think being outspoken and having a passion for justice is part of my make-up. As I have gotten older, my passion grew into politics." Asked if it's a career option, she added: "Acting is always going to be my first passion but I'm incredibly passionate about politics. I'm always educating myself." Jennifer is currently working with Represent.Us, an anti-corruption campaign focusing on stopping political bribery and fixing broken elections and it's a subject she cares deeply about.
Jennifer Lawrence talks about her role in her new movie 'Red Sparrow.' Jennifer Lawrence, we salute you (with three fingers, naturally). As Suzanne Collins' young-adult novel "The Hunger Games" turns 10 on Sept. 14, respect must be paid to Lawrence, who made her blockbuster breakthrough as the film's rebel leader, Katniss Everdeen. The "Hunger Games" film series exploded to nearly $3 billion in worldwide box office, with Lawrence emerging as one of the world's biggest superstars. The Oscar-winning actress, 28, has never lost her willingness to take chances. Here are 10 career risks worth applauding for the book's 10th anniversary. Danced like no one was watching in 'Silver Linings Playbook' In
Jennifer Lawrence is no longer with CAA, Deadline has confirmed. Lawrence had been with the agency for more than 10 years. During her time there she received her first Oscar-nominated role in 2010’s Winter’s Bone, along with back-to-back Oscar nominations for Silver Linings Playbook and American Hustle. She later received a fourth Academy Award nom for 2015 film Joy. She was most recently seen in features Red Sparrow, Passengers and Mother! The exit was amicable. She…
There are early risers. And then there's Mark Wahlberg. The 47-year-old actor and Boston native posted his daily routine to Instagram this week — and it is intense. Wahlberg rises at 2:30 a.m. — 2:30 a.m.! — and starts his day with a half hour of prayer before a 3:15 a.m. breakfast and an hour-and-a-half-long workout. He's eaten his second meal of the day (5:30 a.m.) before most of us have heard our morning alarm. It's not news Wahlberg is an early-morning gym rat. He often posts workout videos on Instagram with the hashtag #4amclub, and Equinox even reportedly opened its doors early at a New York City location just for him. “I aspire to be better, get after it every day,'' he said on Instagram
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And while J. Law has changed her mind about joining the rest of the world on Instagram, Facebook, etc., she still has the same mentality about it's negativity, hence her role as a "voyeur." "There is always so much backlash. So many people are listening and paying attention, and they have so many opinions about absolutely everything," she shared. "I really don't want to welcome that unless it's absolutely necessary." The only time the Hunger Games star will entertain the idea of posting or tweeting is when she is "promoting something or something really burns my onions," otherwise her lips are sealed. This sense of self-control has come with time and maturity according to the star. She told
NEW YORK, Sept. 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Serving as the largest nonpartisan convening alongside the United Nations General Assembly, the 2018 Concordia Annual Summit will be held on September 24-25 at the Grand Hyatt New York. Concordia today announces its second round of speakers, as well as its latest programming sponsors and partners. The 2018 Concordia Annual Summit will hear from the following speakers: Jennifer Lawrence, Oscar-Winning Actor and Board Member of Represent. ...
After months of teasing, the luxury French house has unveiled the scent, dubbed ‘Joy by Dior,' represented by Hollywood star Jennifer Lawrence. The move marks the first major perfume launch for Dior since it first unveiled its iconic ‘J'adore' scent in 1999. The fragrance, which was designed by the brand's perfumer-creator François Demachy, is described by the brand as "an intoxicating, harmonious and enveloping experience that gradually unfolds as the more subtle notes are revealed." It incorporates floral notes with elements of citrus fruits, as well as woody, muskier scents.