Jennifer Lawrence on Her New Movie, New Relationship, and How She Stays So Damn Relatable
VOGUE – Behold, a miracle: Jennifer Lawrence, sitting still.
It’s a warm evening in Los Angeles, and Lawrence and I are alongside a fire pit in the backyard of a Mediterranean-style home high in the hills, where the air smells of flowers, money, and the negligible carbon burned thoughtfully by electric cars. The chaos of Hollywood feels a zillion miles away.
This is not Lawrence’s actual home. It’s a rental. Lawrence’s real home “broke” while she was away—a madcap story involving crystals and . . . well, let Lawrence tell it:
“When I first moved in, the house was crystalled out—crystals everywhere, and geodes,” she explains. “And I was like, ‘Please get rid of these; I don’t want people to come over here and think I’m a crystal person.’ Not that there’s anything wrong with that!”
“But everyone told me, ‘You can’t do that. You can’t move them. You have to have the crystal lady who put them in move them. . . . ’ ”
You know where this is going. Lawrence did not get the crystal lady. “I just had all the crystals yanked out. Sold them. And then my fucking house flooded.”
“I hate crystals,” Lawrence says.
In a mere six years, Jennifer Lawrence has blazed past every marker of Hollywood stardom, with no sign of slowing down: next month’s science-fiction romance Passengers will be followed by movies with Steven Spielberg, Adam McKay, and Darren Aronofsky. In unreal circumstances, Lawrence is learning to assert herself as a real person, whether that means equal pay, privacy, or never being a bridesmaid again.
Read more at Vanity Fair.com and check out the magazine cover and the shoot in the gallery by following the links below.
– Scans From 2016 > Vanity Fair Holiday 2016/2017
– Photoshoots From 2016 > Shoot #009 ~ Vanity Fair Holiday 2016/2017
Thanks to AliKat, I added a unseen portrait of Jennifer during the “73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards”. Enjoy.
– Photoshoots From 2016 > Shoot #006 ~ 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards
Thanks to Mickey, I was able to add one missing pic to the Vogue US December 2015 album. I hope you like it.
– Photoshoots From 2015 > Shoot #003 ~ Vogue US December 2015
I added a bunch of missing pics to the gallery. I added the scans of Vanity Fair magazine. Check a few posts below to see the previously added pics. I also added additions of an unknown photoshoot Jennifer did. And I added a few missing pics to the Dior album. Enjoy!
– Scans From 2016
> Vanity Fair‘s Hollywood Issue (22nd Annual)
– Photoshoots From 2016
> Shoot #004
> Dior Addict Lipstick 2015
For Vanity Fair’s 2016 Hollywood Portfolio, the legendary photographer captured 13 of the cinema’s finest actresses for the portraits you see here. Measured by years, awards, or performances, they’re dazzling to behold.
18 FILMS, INCLUDING JOY AND THE HUNGER GAMES: MOCKINGJAY—PART 2 (2015); ONE ACADEMY AWARD, ONE BAFTA.
With almost more life force than ought to be allowed, Jennifer Lawrence has seized the forefront as a dragonslayer with a goofy streak, a female Lancelot with a playful glint, capable of getting up to no good. It is this champagne tickle beneath her oval surface that has enabled her to scale from the rawboned resilience of Winter’s Bone—the film that first put her in the firmament—to the rallying defiance of the Hunger Games series and mutant agonistes of the X-Men franchise without becoming an ennobled drag. Every emotion shines through her fresh and untinted. The creative threesome with writer-director David O. Russell and the never demure Bradley Cooper—Silver Linings Playbook, American Hustle (her tutorial on the dangers of the “science oven” belongs to the ages), and Joy, where she mops up her fourth Oscar nomination at the infernally young age of 25—gave her room to carom and showcased the irrepressible side of her that makes her every red-carpet appearance and awards ceremony a potential Happening, especially if Amy Schumer is in on the caper.
– Photoshoots From 2016 > Shoot #005 ~ Vanity Fair
I added the first shots of Jennifers spread for the Chinese Official Magazine, January 2016. I hope they release more. Scroll down to find the cover. Or click the link below.
– Photoshoots From 2016 > Shoot #001 ~ L’Officiel China (January 2016)
– Scans From 2016 > L’Officiel (China) (January 2016)
I found a new shot, which Jennifer did for Entertainment Weekly. The previous shoot was done by Robert Trachtenberg. This new shot was made by Sarah Dunn. That’s why it was put in a different album. Check back in a few minutes for more photoshoot updates.
– Photoshoots From 2015 > Shoot #008 ~ Entertainment Weekly- Sarah Dunn