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Jennifer Lawrence

Red Sparrow (Trailer)

Red Sparrow (Trailer)

(PG-13) Hot on the heels of Atomic Blonde comes Red Sparrow. Based on Jason Matthews’ eponymous spy novel, the movie stars Jennifer Lawrence as one of the products of a Russian program that trains girls to become wily and seductive secret agents.

Mother! (Trailer)

Mother! (Trailer)

Jennifer Lawrence plays a content wife whose life takes a horrifying turn when an older couple moves in with her and her husband. That’s just about all we know about Darren Aronofsky’s upcoming film, but the trailer has us very intrigued. And very creeped out.

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J. Law & Pratt: Playground Insults

J. Law & Pratt: Playground Insults

(PG-13: Language) “How does it feel being in the stupidest Marvel movie?” Passengers co-stars Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt played a rhymeless battle rap at BBC Radio 1. They started out slow, but they eventually dropped bombs.

Colbert/Lawrence: Big Questions

Colbert/Lawrence: Big Questions

“You know how I could tell you’re deep? ‘Cause I’m as deep as you think I am.” The Late Show’s Stephen Colbert and guest Jennifer Lawrence take on life’s big questions, such as their biggest regrets, dying, and why being invisible is the same as flying.

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