Plus: Eric Stonestreet was not drunk at the AMAs, well, errr, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
This new psycho-comedy is directed by David O. Russell.
David O. Russell on Directing Silver Linings’ Dance Scenes, Feeding Jennifer Lawrence, and His Moves
"I have some weird mash-up of jitterbug, swing dancing, and waltz. And punk!"
We met her at a party for Silver Linings Playbook, before she jetted back to Panem.
And what else we learned from her New York Times profile.
Jennifer Lawrence as a bird, and other pretty famous and famous pretty people.
Who's up? Who's down?
Meanwhile, Clint Eastwood's baseball movie did alright.
That House at the End of the Street clip is another singer's voice.
Belt it, girl!
Checking in with the standouts of the film festival.
She's got that big house all to herself.
She's moving into the $10 million neighborhood.
She's attached herself to The End of the Earth.
Vulture devised a formula to decide who matters most in movies – and you can adjust the stats to make your own list, too.
Because they're literally crazy.
Way to be, J-Law.
Michelle Williams, Jennifer Lawrence, John Slattery, Lionel Richie (he's back!), and more.
As Jeannette Walls.
The Hunger Games just got hilarious.
What's ... with the hair, Katniss?
Everyone is dressed terrifically.
Don't go into that basement, J. Law.
"Think about a catheter going in — ouch!"
We ask agents whether she can be a star outside of the sure-to-be-blockbuster Hunger Games franchise.