Jennifer Lawrence Doesn’t Crave Fame

113Jennifer Lawrence is one of the most famous stars in the world. Lawrence embraces her fame, and is known to be a fan friendly star. But like most stars, she has to deal with another side of fame, the invasion of her privacy. While many stars love the fame no matter what comes with it, Lawrence tell us that at times, fame isn’t as glamorous as people think. (Click on the media bar below to hear Jennifer Lawrence)

Catch Jennifer Lawrence in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2 opening in theaters November 20.

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X-Men’s Hugh Jackman Sees Wolverine As A Fit for the 1970s

X-Men: Days of Future Past (Twentieth Century Fox, CR: Alan Markfield)

The press conference for X-Men: Days of Future Past had its share of light and informative moments. For one, Hugh Jackman talked about how screenwriter Simon Kinberg tied the themes of the latest film with the 2000 original X-Men.

“One of the many things (Simon) did brilliantly with the script was invert everything that happened in (X-Men) where Professor X was a mentor-guide for Wolverine and that became the opposite for this movie,” said Jackman.

Even though X-Men: Days of Future Past explores different generations of the X-Men characters, the narrative, to Jackman, is actually a “fresh beginning” for the franchise.

Click on the media bar below to hear Jackman explain why he sees X-Men: Days of Future Past as a reinvigorating chapter in this universe. More importantly, Jackman also talks about why Wolverine makes for the perfect 1970s superhero.



To hear James McAvoy talk about the deaths that occur in X-Men: Days of Future Past (don’t worry, there are no spoilers), check out my post on my Deepest Dream blog. The movie opens May 23.

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Ellen Page Was “Super Surprised” With ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ Role

The East (Fox Searchlight, CR: Myles Aronowitz)

Brit Marling (Another Earth) co-writes and stars in The East, a thriller about a former FBI agent whose new job at an intelligence firm leads her to infiltrating an organization that wages war on what they deem as corrupt corporations. Ellen Page, who co-stars in the film as one of the members of the group, says one of the reasons she joined the project was her love for Sound Of My Voice, a 2011 feature that was headlined by Brit Marling and directed by The East filmmaker Zal Batmanglij.

“Their passion and their creative drive is just palpable, and just infectious and contagious,” said Page.  “I just wanted to be a part of their work.”

Click on the media bar to hear Ellen Page talk about her return to the X-Men universe with X-Men: Days of Future Past.

The East, co-starring Alexander Skarsgard, opens May 31st.

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Halle Berry: There’s A X-Man In All Of Us

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It’s official! Halle Berry will be reprising her character Ororo Munroe/Storm for the fourth time in the next X- Men movie, X-Men: Days of Future Past. Berry will reunite with Bryan Singer, who directed the first two X-Men films. Singer made the announcement via Twitter, stating, “Couldn’t be more excited that #HalleBerry has joined the cast of #XMen #DaysofFuturePast. Hopefully she can improve the weather in Montreal.”

Berry seems to have great affection for the X-Men films and thinks everyone can relate to the X-Men films and characters.

X-Men: Days of Future Past will be released July 18, 2014. In the meantime, you can see Halle Berry next in the thriller The Call opening in theaters next Friday.

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