As we’re getting into the horror movie season with The Apparition, The Possession and The Tall Man now in theaters, Jennifer Lawrence will be bringing her star power to the screen in House at the End of the Street. We’ve got a new featurette and clip to share with you that explains a bit of the backstory and explores the relationship between the film’s protagonists.
From director Mark Tonderai and also starring Elisabeth Shue and Max Thieriot, House at the End of the Street opens September 21st. Hit the jump to check out the new featurette and clip.
Before she takes on the Tributes at the Quarter Quell in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Jennifer Lawrence can be seen in the horror thriller House at the End of the Street this fall. We have new images of Lawrence (in that same old white tank top) and the rest of the cast for you to check out after the jump.
From director Mark Tonderai (Hush), House at the End of the Street centers on a mother (Elisabeth Shue) and her daughter (Lawrence) who move into a new home next door to a good old fashioned murder house. When the daughter befriends the surviving boy-next-door (Max Thieriot), she finds there is more of his story left to be told. House at the End of the Street opens September 21st. Hit the jump to see the new images.
In order to fill your quota of Jennifer Lawrence screen-time before The Hunger Games sequel, Catching Fire, comes out in November of next year, we’ve got some new images of Lawrence in the horror thriller, House at the End of the Street. Lawrence stars as Elissa, a teenager who moves to a small, rural town with her mother, Sarah (Elisabeth Shue). Against her mother’s wishes, Elissa begins a relationship with the reclusive Ryan (Max Thieriot), the last surviving family member of a brutal murder years earlier. What’s more important to know is that Lawrence continues to look mighty fine in that tank top. House at the End of the Street opens September 21st. Hit the jump to check out the images.
A new trailer has been released for the horror film House at the End of the Street. Jennifer Lawrence plays a young woman who moves with her mother to a new house that’s next door to the home where a grizzly murder took place years before. I actually found this trailer more appealing than the first Memento-style teaser that was released. The story is intriguing enough, director Mark Tonderai seems to be using some interesting camera techniques, and Lawrence is an instant draw. That said, I’m hoping that the “twist” doesn’t end up being as obvious as it looks from this clip.
Hit the jump to watch the trailer. The film also stars Max Thierot, Elizabeth Shue, and Gil Bellows. House at the End of the Street opens on September 21st.
After seeing the trailer for the thriller House at the End of the Street, opening in theaters on September 21st, I’m certainly intrigued by the mood and feel of it, the fact that it clearly relies on scares more than gore, and that it stars The Hunger Games superstar Jennifer Lawrence. Telling the story of a newly divorced woman (Elisabeth Shue) who moves into a dream house with her daughter (Lawrence), they learn that the small, upscale, rural town that they’re living in has a chilling secret. When startling and unexplainable events begin to happen, they get pulled deeper and deeper into a mystery more dangerous than they ever could have imagined.
During this exclusive phone interview with Collider, director Mark Tonderai (Hush) talked about how happy he is with the glimpses that were given to tease audiences with the trailer, how he came to direct this film, auditioning Jennifer Lawrence for quite possibly the last time in her career, why he wanted to go for a PG-13 rating, how much the film changed from the original script, and that he thinks the film will surprise a lot of people because it’s not what you’d expect. Check out what he had to say after the jump.
Fans of The Hunger Games, and particularly of star Jennifer Lawrence, will want to hit the jump to check out new images of the actress from her new horror/thriller, House at the End of the Street. Yesterday, we brought you the first image of Lawrence from the new movie and now we have two new images plus a pretty decent fan poster. Anything Lawrence-related is hot right now with The Hunger Games dominating the box-office, but anyone who’s seen Winter’s Bone knows that Lawrence has a long, long career ahead of her.
House at the End of the Street, directed by Mark Tonderai (Hush), stars Lawrence and Elisabeth Shue (Hollow Man) as a daughter and mother who have taken up residence next to a murder house in a new town. Lawrence befriends the murdered family’s only remaining survivor, played by Max Thieriot (Jumper), and discovers disturbing secrets within the confines of the house itself. House at the End of the Street opens September 21st. Hit the jump to check out the new images and poster.
Relativity Media has set Mark Tonderai’s thriller House at the End of the Street for February 3, 2012. The film stars Jennifer Lawrence as a teenager who moves into a new home with her mother (Elisabeth Shue), but then discovers that their home is next door to the site of a double murder. She makes friends with the massacre’s sole survivor (Max Thieriot). If it turns out he was the person responsible for the double murder, I’ll be very disappointed.
The only other film currently set for release on February 3, 2012 is Fox’s superhero drama Chronicle starring Dane DeHaan. Presumably, the film will try to build off all the publicity Lawrence will be receiving in the lead-up to her starring role in The Hunger Games, which opens less than two months later. [Update: We've added the press release from Relativity after the jump.]
Jennifer Lawrence (Winter’s Bone) and Max Thieriot (Jumper) have been cast in Mark Tonderai’s horror film House at the End of the Street. Lawrence will play a teenage girl who moves to a new neighborhood and discovers that a double murder occurred in the house across the street. The girl befriends the crime’s only survivor, played by Theriot. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film “is looking to be to Psycho what Disturbia was to Rear Window.” Aaron Ryder, Peter Block, and Tim Williams are producing, along with Hal Lieberman and Jonathan Mostow. David Loucka wrote the script based on a story by Mostow.
Jennifer Lawrence is earning raves for her performance in the indie drama Winter’s Bone, while Max Thieriot recently tested for a lead in Justice League and can next be seen in Wes Craven’s fall release My Soul to Take. Production on House at the End of the Street is set to begin this July in Ottawa.