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DP/30 Sneak Peek: Winter’s Bone actor Jennifer Lawrence

9 Responses to “DP/30 Sneak Peek: Winter’s Bone actor Jennifer Lawrence”

  1. LexG says:

    YEP YEP.

    LOOK AT HER.

  2. leahnz says:

    she’s such a cutie-pie. seems a normal, clever, level-headed kid

  3. I enjoyed this very much. She was so spontaneous and authentic. Very present, right in the moment. I appreciated her outright honesty about Hollywood. (Doesnt everyone feel that way? I sure do.) It’s pretty obvious, right here; why she is such a good actress. She is not afraid to be what is, who she is, and absolutely accurate in her communication about it. She isn’t tainting her answers or her attitude, with any agenda. Nor any care about “the right answer”. No sales or marketing toward Oscar points. She’s not even being , commonly, flirty. This is actually a rich little rare nugget of an interview.

  4. hcat says:

    This comes in the mail today and I can’t wait to watch this. Hopefully Hollywood is able to find projects that will support her talent, we seem to get one of these It Girls every two years or so and would love to see her be able to build on her acclaim like Page and Mulligan instead of drift off to the margins like Abbie Cornish, Emily Blunt, or Eva Green.

  5. actionman says:

    can’t wait to finally see Winter’s Bone (blu ray shipped today from netflix)
    she was great as the young Charleze in The Burning Plain

  6. NickF says:

    Good snippet. I highly anticipate the full video

  7. sanj says:

    i noticed that the dp/30 with actors under 30 are just more
    fun .. so this is like Emma Stone DP/30 part 2 without Emma
    Stone

    do you think she’ll even remember this interview by the time she has to do 100 interviews for the next xmen movie
    with the comic con crowd ?

  8. LexG says:

    SANJ = COMIC GOLD.

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