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.
When your lead actress’ new movie scores $155 million on opening weekend, it’s probably best to capitalize on promoting her next feature. Jennifer Lawrence is the woman of the hour after The Hunger Games, and Relativity is capitalizing on that hour by releasing the first trailer for her new movie House at the End of the Street. 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. The trailer plays the major beats of the movie in reverse order, which makes the plot intriguing, but also confusing. After watching it, I don’t know if the entire movie is in reverse order (a la Memento) or just the trailer. I’m fairly certain it’s only the trailer, but audiences may be left wondering if they’re seeing Memento but with horror and a sweaty, scared Jennifer Lawrence.
Hit the jump to check out the trailer. The film also stars Elisabeth Shue, Max Thieriot, and Gil Bellows. House at the End of the Street opens September 21st.
The trailer for Girl Walks into a Bar has gone online. The film has an impressive cast that includes Carla Gugino, Zachary Quinto, Danny DeVito, Josh Hartnett, Rosario Dawson, Alexis Bledel, and Robert Forster. Based solely on the trailer, I have no idea was to what the movie’s about. But Girl‘s hook doesn’t seem to be it’s cast or its story, but rather its distribution method. Girl Walks into a Bar will be presented by Lexus and YouTube for free, exclusively on YouTube. The money quote in the press release comes from Lexus VP of Marketing Dave Nordstrom:
“It seems fitting to support this initiative as we launch our most unconfined vehicle yet—the CT 200h hybrid —in a space that we know will reach an unconventional, sophisticated audience.” (emphasis mine)
Clearly, Mr. Nordstrom has never been on YouTube. Hit the jump to check out the trailer, four images from the film, and the full press release. Girl Walks into a Bar goes online March 11th.