“I wake up earlier in the morning when I have new sponges. That counter doesn’t even see it coming … [Nicholas] would never wring them out. We were in the kitchen once, and I picked up the sponge, and it was soapy and wet, and I was like, ‘See?’ These are the kinds of things that make me think we are never going to work.”
– Jennifer Lawrence goes off on her sponge obsession in Vogue and inadvertently gives clues about the (brief?) demise of her relationship with Nicholas Hoult. (They’re maybe back together.) Well, kind of. God, she’s quirky, but I love it. In addition to her “faith in sponges” she revealed that she has “nightmares about 13-year-olds” because they terrify her and that she was a big, anxious “weirdo” with a fear of field trips and recess when she was a kid. She admits to announcing to her entire class that she wet the bed or gotten a bad haircut while on a cruise, just to see how they’d react. Weird anxieties aside, she has a point though. It’s rough when you and your partner have different ideas about how to use a sponge. [Vogue]
But where is the real Michael Fassbender? Walking around San Diego Comic-Con with a Jennifer Lawrence name tag on, I assume. [Photo: Getty Images]
Jennifer Lawrence, the face of Dior, is currently sitting front row at the designer’s Paris couture show, and these are the pants she is wearing. Palazzo on the right! Tapered and printed on the left! I don’t get them. These pants think they’re smarter than me and I don’t like it. [Photos: Bauer-Griffin]
Jennifer Lawrence is one of the busiest working actresses in Hollywood today, and that doesn’t look like it will change anytime soon. After headlining one major franchise, starring in another, and winning an Oscar at the age of 22, Lawrence is set to produce her first movie.
When Lawrence has previously expressed an interest in producing films, she has always explained that she wanted to wait until she found the right project. And it certainly looks like she has.
Lawrence will be re-teaming with her ‘Serena’ director Susanne Bier for “The Rules of Inheritance,” which is based on Claire Bidwell Smith’s acclaimed memoir of the same name. The book is seen as a coming-of-age story where the main character’s parents are both diagnosed with cancer while she’s still young. The story focuses on Smith’s transition into adulthood while facing the “impending loss of her family.” Read more on Celeb Dirty Laundry…