Jennifer attended the 38th Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards yesterday evening. We added the first photos in our gallery. She looks stunning in a Valentino Couture dress with Roger Vivier shoes and bag. Jennifer and “Amour” actress Emmanuelle Riva both won Best Actress since it was a tie.
Two upcoming talk show appearances are announced, we will update this post with more talk shows later on if they will be announced and be sure to tune in!
January 15: Late Show with David Letterman
January 24: Live with Kelly & Michael
Check your local listings for the time, and be sure visit our site the day after for our coverage.
The digital scans of Entertainment Weekly (January 18) are added in our gallery, thanks to aglows. The issue gives us the first exclusive look of “Catching Fire” and will hit newsstands today. We also added the first behind the scenes images of Jennifer on set of the movie which was also released by EW.
The first batch with photos of Jennifer during the 18th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards are added in our gallery. “The Silver Linings Playbook” took home 5 awards. Be sure to check back later for more additions!
The winners of the 18th Annual Critic’s Choice Movie Awards were announced yesterday and Jennifer won 2 individual awards: for Best Actress in an Action Movie and Best Actress in a Comedy. “Silver Linings Playbook” took home Best Acting Ensemble, Best Comedy and Best Actor in a Comedy (Bradley Cooper). Congratulations to Jen, the cast and crew of the movie!
THR has Jennifer’s first reaction to her second Oscar nomination for “Silver Linings Playbook“:
Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook, best actress:
“I thought I would wake up, but I didn’t. My parents spent the night at my house, and they came in and kissed me on the forehead and told me about all the nominations for Silver Linings,” Jennifer Lawrence tells THR.
“I went into this because of David [O. Russell]. I’ve seen everything he’s ever done. And I was so blow away by Bradley [Cooper] and the rest of the cast.”
This marks Lawrence’s second best actress nomination; she received her first two years ago for Winter’s Bone, an indie drama that marked her breakout role.
“I plan on enjoying myself this time. Last time, I was just so nervous. I was 20 and new the industry,” she says. “I don’t want to make the same mistake this time.”
You can find the reactions of her co-star Bradley Cooper, Robert De Niro, Jacki Weaver and from director David O. Russell inside.