Jennifer Lawrence scrambles after wardrobe malfunction

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Liam Hemsworth ‘angry’ over Jennifer Lawrence’s nude pics.

Hunger Games death/memorable moments: A tough “career” tribute (aka a trained fighter who volunteered to take part in the Hunger Games in return for a chance of glory), Marvel’s memorable moments included teaming up with the other careers and trying to take down Katniss (boo!), and brutally murdering The Games’s youngest contestant, 12-year-old Rue (double boo!).The actor – who reprises his role as Gale Hawthorne in the fourth and final instalment of the futuristic action movies, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 – said he was shocked when he heard about the scandal. “I just don’t understand how someone can do that to another human being.

Both The Independent and the Telegraph awarded it four stars, Geoffrey McNab writing how Jennifer Lawrence “brings real depth to the character” while Robbie Collin noted how “the final confrontation between Katniss and Snow is worth the admission fee alone.” At the other end of the spectrum, The Guardian criticised the film’s pace as well as the decision to split the last Hunger Games novel into two parts, as did The Hollywood Reporter, both of whom awarded the flick three stars. It’s the hugest invasion of privacy you can think of,” he told Men’s Health. “She’s such a good person – such a good-hearted person – and for her to be put through that was unfair.

The movie marks the final chapter in the hugely successful saga that has seen Jennifer Lawrence — at 25 already an Oscar winner and one of the world’s highest-paid actress — catapulted to fame. “I haven’t been able to process that this is the last world premiere,” said Lawrence on the red carpet. “Oh my God, it’s the last world premiere. Oh my God, that’s so sad.” Francis Lawrence who directed the last three movies of the saga talked about what he will miss most: “I think the connections, the connections with the actors and the crew, you know, there was a real bonding, you know. Or do you want something that is less respectful of its source but offers the triumphant end deserved by perhaps the smartest, most ambitious film franchise of modern times? Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence, who plays the film’s heroine, provided plenty of red carpet glamour in a claret-hued, plunging gown by Dior Haute Couture that covered her arms and shoulders but boasted plenty of décolletage. The 25-year-old has been an ambassador for the French fashion house since 2013, and championing the brand’s creations is part and parcel of the job.

I mean, me, Jen [Lawrence], Liam [Hemsworth], Woody [Harrelson], Francis [Lawrence], we’re all very close and we see each other as much as we can but it’s different when you’re filming a movie, you know? If you don’t remember what happened last time, which would be understandable because after all the colour and dash of the first two, Mockingjay Part 1 was a grey dawdle. She too looked to a couturier who shows twice-annually at Paris Fashion Week, selecting a voluminous, embellished gown by Lebanese designer Elie Saab. For actor Stanley Tucci, there are several reasons for the success of ‘The Hunger Games’: “I think it that it connects with people worldwide, particularly teenagers, on a visceral level, but also on a social-political level. And I think they’re also just good movies.” ‘Mockingjay – Part 2’ sees Philip Seymour Hoffman in his final role and Lawrence’s character Katniss Everdeen try to lead the rebellion against the totalitarian government of District 13.

Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) is more furious than ever with Snow (Donald Sutherland), the Capitol’s head, and determines to up the campaign to overthrow him and free the downtrodden of Panem. Banks and Lawrence’s co-star Jenna Malone also went down the fairytale frock route in a tiered design by Reem Acra. “I felt like a literal fairy princess” the 30-year-old star wrote on Instagram, thanking her stylist Karla Welch for making her “styling dreams come true.” Julianne Moore, who plays President Alma Coin, cut an elegant figure in a black, floor-sweeping dress by Jason Wu while Brit actress Natalie Dormer left the ruffles to her female cast members and donned something altogether more modernist by Jason Wu. It’s hard not to agree with her, nor to imagine that there are too many people — Jennifer Lawrence included — who will be sorry to see this overdrawn series end.

For the last six months I’ve been trying to spend as much time outdoors as I can: cycling, playing soccer or basketball, going for two-hour hikes and doing as many push-ups as I can on the way.” Though the script adheres to Collins’ novel, everything that follows feels extraneous, with a succession of endings straining the patience somewhat. While the series remarkably managed to sustain its cast and credibility across four increasingly ambitious features, Francis Lawrence doesn’t quite recognize when it’s game over. His vision of a mutant attack in the sewers is a harrowing self-contained horror film; while for the story’s climactic event he creates something that looks a slightly camp Nazi rally.

And the script makes strongly, but subtly, clear the story’s sophisticated themes, about the fallibility of heroes, the manipulation of media and the impossibility of being wholly good when you’re fighting a war. But it’s genuinely powerful, thanks in large part to a peerless cast: Lawrence has rarely been better, and she’s matched – unexpectedly – by Hutcherson, delivering a peculiarly soulful turn. Mockingjay – Part 2 may not have the relentless pace or quip-heavy approach of, say, a Marvel blockbuster, but what it does offer is an emotional gut-punch of a film that’s a fitting send-off for one of modern-day cinema’s great heroines. Rambin, who has previously appeared in television series such as All My Children and Grey’s Anatomy, was in the second season of of True Detective, playing Rachel McAdams’s sister. Obviously, we don’t actually remember that much about the show, because it all became ridiculously convoluted and confusing, but we know that Rambin ‘s character was acting as a web cam girl, and that Rachel McAdams had to pretend to be her to get into a orgy.

Rambin/Glimmer was also in Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters and in the Miles Teller rom-com Two Night Stand, and is married to actor Jim Parric (aka Hoyt Fortenberry from True Blood). Cato was essentially the Arena Big Bad. (Because we absorbed and understood the film’s Overall Message, we knew that the real big bads were President Snow and the Capitol, rather than the poor kids being forced to fight to death. After a tense final stand-off, he ended up being torn to death by a pack of giant mutated dogs, before Katniss generously ended his suffering with a well-placed arrow. But, just as Clove was sharpening her knives and planning which bits of Katniss to cut off first (Ramsay Bolton take note), Rue’s fellow District 11 tribute Thresh turned up.

He overheard Clove boast about Rue’s death (which, ironically enough, she wasn’t actually responsible for) and in vengeance, smashed her head first against the Cornucopia. According to her IMDB page, Tae Kwon Do black belt Prescott isn’t just an actress: she’s also worked as a stuntwoman, with her past work including “fire stunts” in Spider-Man 2 (back when Tobey Maguire was Spider-Man and the world still made sense) and Red Dawn.

Now an “actor, singer, student, and feminist” (according to her Twitter bio), Emerson starred in the 2014 film The Last Survivors, and has been busy running a YouTube campaign, Let’s Get Real, which she describes “as place where we can all come together and find the beauty in our shared humanity” (in other words, the anti-Hunger Games). Like many of the other Tributes, Mark mainly works as a stunt performer, rather than an actor: he doubled for Michael Cera in Scott Pilgrim vs The World, and has performed stunts in films as diverse as the Carrie remake, Pacific Rim and Robocop.

But on the plus side, he is apparently still pals (or at least online pals) with his Hunger Games co-star co-star Ashton Moio, who played the District 6 Tribute. Hunger Games death: “Girl 8”, also known as the The Idiot Who Lit A Fire On the First Night Of The Games, was killed after (you guessed it) she idiotically lit a fire on the first night of the Games, alerting the Career pack to her whereabouts. In 2013, Lintz was cast as Eleanor “Norrie” Calvert-Hill in the Steven Spielberg executive-produced CBS series Under the Dome: the show was axed in 2015 after three seasons. Her IMDB bio says that she is “a down-to-earth, small town girl living out her dreams in the big city”, and that she has “stars in her eyes and a zealous heart”.

Another stuntman, Marinas has worked on an impressive selection of films, including American Sniper, and forthcoming Marvel flick Captain America Civil War. After befriending Katniss (and providing the poor HUnger Games Audience with a few brief scene sof humanity and friendship), 11-year-old Rue was killed by Marvel.

He’s also followed in the footsteps of fellow tribute Ian Nelson by acting alongside Jennifer Lopez, in forthcoming television series Shades of Blue.

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