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JENNIFER LAWRENCE: WAITING FOR LUNCH AT THE HUNGER GAMES

Jennifer: hot-shot archer

 Chatted with Jennifer Lawrence, who is about to become a HUGE star through her role as Katniss Everdeen in the long-awaited and highly-anticipated The Hunger Games, and I have to say she is one of the funniest, most down-to-earth stars-to-be I have run across in this business.
 As every teenager—and most of their mums— knows, The Hunger Games is a movie based on the first of three books by Suzanne Collins and set some time in the future, when every year a boy and a girl from each of twelve districts are pitted against each other in a brutal game of survival where they are forced to kill each other in a televised death match until only one remains as the victor. 

with Jennifer in search of water

  Jennifer, as Katniss, proves a formidable fighter and a deadly shot with a bow and arrow.  But talking in a luxurious Beverly Hills hotel suite, looking gorgeous in a black leather-like dress, Jennifer freely admitted that her own survival skills aren’t up to much. “I wouldn’t even know how to find water here,” she said with a laugh. “The only way I know is to ask my publicist. And as for food, I’ve just ordered lunch but if it doesn’t make it to me, I don’t know how I’ll eat.” 
  A girl who values her privacy, 21-year-old Kentucky-born Jennifer is uncertain about how she will handle the onset of fully-fledged fame, which is not something she’s looking forward to. “I like my life as it is,” she said. “Things like fame and my career are kind of at the bottom of my priority list and I’m worried that the things on top of the list will get changed because of it. And that’s scary.”

FOOTNOTE: I saw The Hunger Games a couple of weeks ago but I’m not allowed to review it or write about it because Lionsgate Studios have slapped an embargo on anything being written until March 20, just before the movie is released.
Could it be they are worried about bad advance reviews? 

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