Jennifer Lawrence is a woman of wonders. Not only is she crazy good at acting, she is also a great singer too.
J-Law sang in the last instalment for Mocking Jay, and after much persuasion – thanks to film director, Francis Lawrence – the actress has recorded another track for the movie franchise.
Baauer, the guy behind the Harlem Shake did an official remix version of the song, and it is so good.
The lullaby Deep in Meadow now becomes a dance-ready track with Jen's vocals and a cool techno beat. Enjoy:
She regularly shuns Hollywood stereotypes – and says she'd never diet for a movie role.
But the intense on-set demands of The Hunger Games means that Jennifer Lawrence is currently rocking a super-streamlined look.
In Berlin yesterday as part of a promotional tour for Mockingjay Part 2, the 25-year-old actress was looking gorgeous in a pretty patterned tea-dress teamed with €1,100 Christian Louboutin ankle boots.
Jen is also still sporting platinum blonde locks – cut short into a choppy bob style.
Earlier this year, Ms Lawrence said that the constant pressure to look good and remain super-slim for movies really only applies to those actors who are desperate for parts, or to those who are up-and-coming in the industry.
"It’s more about the struggle for actors and actresses who have not made it to a certain place," she said. "There’s a lot of pressure."
Jennifer also quoted a friend who had told her: "All of the main movie stars aren’t very underweight," – a statement to which she replied: "Yeah, because once you get to a certain place, people will hire you.
"They just want you to be in the movie, so they don’t care."
The latest instalment of the hugely popular Hunger Games film series has been much anticipated.
So naturally there’s a lot of promotional work being done in the lead up to the release.
However, it looks like someone may have made a bit of a boo-boo when it came to double, or possibly even triple checking the newest poster to be released for fan consumption.
And when we say ‘bit’ of a mistake, we actually mean a huge mistake.
The spelling error could have possibly been laughed off (which we doubt), except the unique print scenario has given the poster a very NSFW rating.
Considering the rapid-fire nature of social media these days, it wasn’t long before people online caught wind of the error.
While some mistakes can be rectified, considering the amount of screenshots of this going around already, it seems like it could be too little too late. We understand, sometimes mistakes just happen. This was just one very, very unfortunate incident.
Something tells us that someone somewhere is not having such a great day at the office.