For those of you who rushed out to the theater to see Jennifer Lawrence and company in this weekend's box-office blockbuster "The Hunger Games," how good was Lawrence as Katniss? If you were as delighted and moved by Lawrence's performance as we were, you're probably wondering what the Oscar nominee will be up to next.
Lucky for you, we have a few answers! Here's a little rundown of what to expect from Lawrence and where to see more of this talented, charming and all-around likable leading lady.
(Side note: Before she jumps right into another project, we hope Lawrence takes a vacation of some sort and gets a little rest and relaxation after her extensive, worldwide promotional tourfor "Games." We loved seeing the cast at so many events and so dressed up, but she has to be exhausted!)
Anyway, we have to wait until fall until we get another Lawrence film. The first is the horror/thriller "House at the End of the Street," co-starring Elisabeth Shue. In the film, Lawrence and Shue play a mother/daughter duo who get wrapped up in the mystery of a murder in a small town. Shortly after the September 21 release of "House at the End of the Street," fans will see a very brief appearance by Lawrence in "Devil You Know," playing the younger version of Rosamund Pike's character Zoe.
In November, we'll see Lawrence in "The Silver Linings Playbook," the first of two films co-starring Bradley Cooper. "Silver Linings" revolves around a man who tries to put his life back together after spending years in a mental institution.
"I just wrapped a movie called 'The Silver Linings Playbook,' " Lawrence told MTV News recently. "And then I'm going to go shoot another Bradley Cooper movie. It's not a Bradley Cooper movie — Bradley Cooper's in the movie — it's a Jennifer Lawrence movie with Bradley in it," she joked. "Bradley Cooper and I are going to come out with a Jennifer Lawrence/ Bradley Cooper box set."
Their second film together is "Serena," about a Depression-era couple who face personal complications when they learn that Lawrence's character cannot bear children, which has a negative impact on the future of their lumber company.
Fun fact about "Serena": Lawrence's role was originally intended for Angelina Jolie.
"I'm not at the status where I have her roles. I have her leftovers, let's be clear," she joked of taking over for Jolie. "She left it for me. I have her garbage. No, that's a wonderful place to be. I'm an actor digging through Angelina Jolie's garbage. I've made it." Shooting on "Serena" has yet to start.
After her work on "Serena," we're all hoping Lawrence will be back playing Katniss for "Catching Fire" or getting painted to play Mystique in the yet-to-be-announced sequel to "X-Men: First Class." Because "Fire" has a November 22, 2013, release date already locked in place, we're betting Lawrence will be back wielding a bow and arrow before she's spending countless hours in the makeup chair to "get painted again" for "X-Men."
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