According to Entertainment Weekly, Jennifer Lawrence recently made a bold declaration to director David O. Russell that comes across a little bit like a threat: “I’ll do anything with you until you die,” Lawrence said following a screening of Joy, their latest film together. Show More Summary
The more famous Jennifer Lawrence becomes, the tighter she keeps her core friend group. Lawrence was recently named 2015 Entertainer of the Year by Entertainment Weekly. In an interview with EW, she talked about the importance of keeping...Show More Summary
Jennifer Lawrence is done playing "The Hunger Games," and now has her sights set on a new challenge: directing her first feature film.In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Lawrence revealed that she's already lined up her next project,...Show More Summary
Entertainment Weekly reports that the Motion Picture Association of America has rated Star Wars: The Force Awakens PG-13 for “sci-fi action violence,” freaking out all those cool uncles who already bought tickets for their 6-year-old nieces and nephews. Show More Summary
Jennifer Lawrence just wrapped up the end of the epic Hunger Games saga with Mockingjay - Part 2, but she has something even more ambitious on her to-do list: directing. In the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly, she told the magazine that she has lined up a directing gig for the movie Project Delirium. Show More Summary
So I’m back from nearly two weeks of traveling around, first to Greece and then Oklahoma, and my body has finally adjusted to local time. And I’m catching up reading “Entertainment Weekly” which is currently drowning in “Star Wars” coverage. So here’s what I think. “Star Wars” has traditionally been a story about families. I […]
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Lawrence admitted that she wants to work on her next project from behind the camera, on a movie actually inspired by an article called 'Project Delirium.'
Everyone loves Jennifer Lawrence because she's straight-up awesome. Well, she's about to direct a movie that will hopefully reflect said awesomeness. Like many actors, the Oscar-winner tells Entertainment Weekly that she's long heldShow More Summary
Jennifer Lawrence has an Oscar on the mantel and just wrapped being the face of the successful “Hunger Games” franchise. So what’s next? “I’ve wanted to direct as long as I’ve wanted to act,” Lawrence told Entertainment Weekly for a new cover story. Show More Summary
Jennifer Lawrence rose to fame by playing the part of Katniss Everdeen in the action-packed trilogy The Hunger Games. Since then, Lawrence has made a name for herself in the entertainment industry, which is why Entertainment Weekly has named the 25-year-old actor their 2015 Entertainer of the Year. Show More Summary
Despite not appearing on popular streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music, Adele's new album, 25, is now available to stream on Pandora. The company confirmed the news in a statement to Entertainment Weekly: "Good news radio listeners,...Show More Summary
Kevin Bacon has mentioned his desire to revisit his 1990 monster-movie favorite TREMORS on numerous occasions in recent years—and now that desire is being fulfilled. According to Entertainment Weekly, Bacon (who discussed his love of TREMORS at Fantasia and at a Fango-hosted screening at the New York-area Alamo Drafthouse) will star in and executive-produce a […]
It should come as no surprise that Jennifer Lawrence is Entertainment Weekly's Entertainer of the Year. The woman is a force of nature, and this year not only does she have the final installment of The Hunger Games films out in theaters, she's starring in Joy, another David O. Show More Summary
Well, who else would they give it to? Entertainment Weekly has named actress Jennifer Lawrence as the Entertainer of the Year. In 2015, the 25-year-old manned the final chapter of the epic "Hunger Games" saga, starred in "Joy," another David O. Show More Summary
Elizabeth Banks and Miss Piggy put their problems behind them in hottest way known to man at "VH1 Big In 15 With Entertainment Weekly."
Entertainment Weekly reports that Rabia Chaudry has a written a book about Adnan Syed—one of the main subjects in season one of Sarah Koenig’s Serial. News of the book comes weeks after Syed was granted an appeal for a new hearing on his murder conviction of ex-girlfriend Hae Min Lee. …Read More
Entertainment Weekly’s Entertainer of the Year “swears like a sailor,” according to the cover of the magazine’s Dec. 4 issue, and at age 25 already has an Oscar and two huge movie franchises under her belt. She’s actress Jennifer Lawrence,...
Looking back over 2015, Jennifer Lawrence has certainly taken her career to the next level, and Entertainment Weekly has lavished her with a fitting title. The “American Hustle” actress was just named Entertainer of the Year on the heels...Show More Summary
Jennifer Lawrence has just been named Entertainment Weekly‘s Entertainer of the Year for 2015, and she’s taking the cover of their latest mag! Here’s what the 25-year-old Oscar winner had to share with the mag: On The Hunger Games: “It’s crazy…I signed on to these projects when I was 20 years old. I remember being [...]
Today, Entertainment Weekly announced that Rabia Chaudry, the woman who brought Adnan Syed’s case to Sarah Koenig’s attention before it became the subject of Serial’s first season, has written a book called Adnan’s Story: Murder, Justice, and The Case That Captivated a Nation to be published by St. Show More Summary