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The first trailer for David O Russell’s upcoming JOY, starring Jennifer Lawrence, Robert De Niro, and Bradley Cooper – the team he assembled for Silver Linings Playbook, which earned all kinds of nominations – was released this morning. As you know, David also previously directed Jennifer in American Hustle. Full Story
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That didn't work, did it? You groaning? Sorry. Jennifer Lawrence was photographed in Boston yesterday on the set of Joy, her latest collaboration with David O. Russell. The last two times she worked with him she was nominated for Oscars. You think this will be three? Well not this year. Full Story
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Back in 2008, Jake Gyllenhaal and then Jessica Biel were working on a film called Nailed, directed by David O Russell. They had to shut down production because they financing fell apart. David O Russell ended up stepping away from the project, going on to work on The Fighter and Silver Linings Playbook and American Hustle. Full Story
Oscar nominations come down tomorrow morning. Some are predicting that 12 Years A Slave could be up for as many as 13 awards. Gold Derby thinks it’s between that film, American Hustle, and Gravity – and that if Hustle comes through in all 4 acting categories, it could be “the one to beat”.
Or, you know, David O Russell could beat himself. David O Russell used to be the guy who George Clooney had by the throat for being such a dick on the set of Three Kings. And he was the guy who went bananas on Lily Tomlin on the set of I Heart Huckabees. Now he’s the guy who’s describing Jennifer Lawrence’s commitment to The Hunger Games franchise as slavery:
“I personally think they should give her a bit of breathing room over there because they’re printing money. Read Full Intro
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Again, again, again, again, again... Put a proper gossip in the control room at these award shows and they’d be even more entertaining because they’d cut to the shots we all want to see. Like I would have wanted to see George Clooney’s face when David O Russell was called up last night at Critics’ Choice. Full Story