Jennifer Lawrence and cast interviews at Hunger Games Mockingjay: Part 2 premiere
"Hunger Games" co-stars Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson "We're great together," Lawrence, 23, told CNN in a recent interview. Josh hutcherson and jennifer lawrence secretly dating - Is the number one marvel tv dvds for now though, josh hutcherson and liam hemsworth attend the hunger games, actress. Genevese jennifer lawrence interview a pro at the hunger. Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, and Josh Hutcherson of Francis The hugely popular and wildly successful Hunger Games franchise comes to It was a fun sequence to make, in a sense, and to put together and see.
When Josh gently held Jen's ear. What are you doing there, buddy? When Liam charmed the hell out of Jen with one look: When they couldn't resist another Hunger Games sandwich: When Jen said what we're all thinking, so we know she's not immune to their handsomeness: When they couldn't get through a single interview without laughing: When Jen was genuinely excited to see Josh, even though it was probably early in the morning: When these two sexy men snuggled up next to each other and made our dreams come true: When this iconic selfie happened: When Jen's weird faces caused Josh to lose his composure: When they just enjoyed sitting next to each other at Comic-Con, knowing it was their last one together: When Josh managed to make Jennifer laugh, even after what was probably a long day of filming: When Jen looked at Liam with stars in her eyes: The costumes were not at all waterproof, and they had pockets that would fill with water.
When we had the fight sequence in the sewer, all of our gear and our costumes were completely water-logged, so it was an extra 20 pounds.
But, Francis is so organized.
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It was on time and on schedule, but it was truly miserable. Francis, this story is so crazy and chaotic, at times. How did you handle making the audience feel terrified, but also make sure they understood what was happening, throughout that sewer sequence? I always try to apply a specific emotional value to a sequence, and this was an opportunity to be really terrifying. That part of it was really fun.
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The actual physical process of making it sucked, but that was fun. So, the design of the suspenseful first act of that sequence is where I thought the real scares were. But in terms of making sure that we understood what was going on, I worked really closely with the stunt team in designing the first and figuring out how to cover the fight and where we could hold for long periods of time, so that we could maintain a sense of geography and know where all of the characters were, at any given time, and understood what was happening, what they were doing, who was in peril, and what they were feeling.
We let things play out, which made it more complicated and much more difficult. Jennifer, these movies have had such an impact on the box office and their success has helped other female-led movies get made.
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Do you feel the impact of this character? I feel the impact of being a part of such a huge movie that does so much for so many people. It would be impossible not to.
And I think that this character is so overwhelmingly supportive of women. I think if you ever become aware of that, it takes away from it, a little bit.
There have been rumors that Marvel wants you to be their Captain Marvel. Would you ever want to do that and play in that sandbox with Chris Pratt and Bradley Cooper, and all of those people?
I would love to play in a sandbox with them. I read the books, so I always knew that was going to happen, at the end. He did question it, though. He gets pretty angry towards the end. It gets to his head a little bit and he loses some of his own morals and values.
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This series was originally written for a young adult audience, and many of that audience looks up to you, as the actors who play these characters. What do you hope that young people will take away from this film?
For me, the message that always resonated and that I think is pretty strong is about standing up for what you believe in, and how one person has the ability to affect something. One person can stand up and get behind a cause or what they believe in, and then fight for it. I think those are pretty strong messages that I hope the fans take away, and I think they have.
It gave them a sense of empowerment. And the consequence of war. If they were to remake these films, what other role would you want to play, after seeing how it all turned out?
Snow would be cool, too. I just mean his loving sense of humor. Jennifer, by the end of this story, Katniss leaves the fighting behind and returns home to live a peaceful life.
Do you prefer to leave Hollywood and return to a quieter life, when you can? If I was someplace quiet, I would lose my mind. But as of now, I love working. I love being busy. I love reading or writing, or doing anything to keep myself busy.
Yes, Phil was supposed to be in that scene with Katniss. That was one of the big changes. That was one of his big scenes that he had not completed when he died. That was our change because of that. Did the success of this franchise affect or change what you wanted to achieve with it? I think I was able to see my objectives through. I came in and met with producer Nina [Jacobson], and I was hired about a week later. I had a very clear way that I wanted to tell the story, and luckily, Nina really agreed, the studio really agreed, and everybody kept their word.
When I was hired, I went and pitched my approach to all of the actors that were already a part of it, and everybody was on board, which was an amazing thing. There were no fights, and that never changed, throughout.