Since she became single again, Jennifer Lawrence was not really seen dating with anyone for a while, so it’s a sensational fact that the 26-year-old Oscar-winning actress plunged again into dating. Her choice fell this time on film director Darren Aronofsky, who is actually 21 years older than her.
The couple got into a closer relationship during the summer, on the shooting of the director’s latest project, that is not yet named. Besides Jen, Javier Bardem, Domhnall Gleeson and Michelle Pfeiffer are playing a leading part in the movie. Their relationship is supposed to be so serious that the Los Angeles-based Lawrence is always ready to spring away to New York to see Aronofsky.
The actress previously dated Nicholas Hoult and after their breakup, she was looking for happiness next to Chris Martin, but the flare lasted only for a few months, not more. The director, however, already consumed two brides – Rachel Weisz and Brandi-Ann Milbradt -, but he neither managed to find the right one yet.
Here is a compilation of the best movies of Jennifer Lawrence:
6. X-Men: Days of Future Past
The X-Men send Wolverine to the past to change a major historical event that could impact the human world and mutants altogether.
5. Hunger Games
Every year in the ruins of what was once North America, the Capitol, the ruthless capital of the nation of Panem forces each of its twelve districts to send a boy and a girl – the “Tributes” – to compete at the Hunger Games.
Both punishment against the population for having rebelled and strategy of intimidation by the government, the Hunger Games are a nationally televised event in which tribute the participants must compete with each other to death. The only survivor is the winner.
4. The Poker House
Lust, drugs, and violence… no place for a child. Lori Petty’s adolescence spent in a small town in Iowa.
3. The Winter’s Bone
Ree Dolly is 17 years old. She lives alone in the woods of Ozarks with his brother and sister in her care. When his father gets out of prison and disappears without a trace, she has no choice but to start looking for him or risk losing the family home used as collateral. Ree will run up against the silence of those who inhabit the forests of Missouri. But she has one thing in mind: to save her family. At all costs.
2. The Beaver
Walter’s life is no longer what it was. Depressed, living in slow motion, he moves away from his family and relatives. His wife eventually drives him from the house for the sake of their children. Hitting the bottom, he clings to a beaver puppet found one evening by chance. Sometimes playfully, sometimes in desperation, he uses this puppet to act out all the things he does not dare to tell his family and colleagues.
The puppet becomes like a new personality, a new Walter who is more positive and confident. He quickly regains control of his life but gradually discovers that he can not live without his beaver. Will he succeed to get rid of it?
1. Happiness Therapy
Life sometimes reserves surprises.
Pat Solatano lost everything: his house, his job, and his wife. He even finds himself in the obligation to move to his parents.
Still, Pat displays an unfailing optimism and is determined to rebuild and reconnect with his ex-wife.
Soon, he meets Tiffany, a pretty young woman who had a bumpy ride. Tiffany offers to help Pat to win back his wife, but only in the case if he returns the favor. An unexpected bond begins to form between them, and together they will try to regain control of their lives.