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    Jennifer Lawrence's Nude Photos Leak Online, Other Celebs Targeted

    The hacker said that he or she leaked photos of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, and a host of other stars.

    A rep for J.Law confirmed that the images, allegedly stolen from her iCloud account, are real.

    "This is a flagrant violation of privacy," the spokesperson told HuffPost. "The authorities have been contacted and will prosecute anyone who posts the stolen photos of Jennifer Lawrence.”

    The Los Angeles Police Department told HuffPost that they have "no knowledge" of the hacking "at this time." The FBI said they could not confirm or deny reports of the attack. Apple did not return a request for comment.

    The hacker claims to have more NSFW pics as well as videos. The user offered to release more media in exchange for money.
    Victoria Justice, who was also targeted in the hack, tweeted that the photos aren't real.

    "These so called nudes of me are FAKE people," she said. "Let me nip this in the bud right now. *pun intended*"

    A rep for Ariana Grande told BuzzFeed that the photos of her are "completely fake."

    Horror movie actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead lashed out at the hacker on Twitter.

    "To those of you looking at photos I took with my husband years ago in the privacy of our home, hope you feel great about yourselves," she said. "Knowing those photos were deleted long ago, I can only imagine the creepy effort that went into this. Feeling for everyone who got hacked."

    This Is What It Looks Like When Jennifer Lawrence Gets Mad

    With a single finger, Jennifer Lawrence let her true feelings for the paparazzi be known.

    The "Hunger Games" star stepped out for dinner with Tom Ford and boyfriend Nicholas Hoult at the Chilton Firehouse in London on Thursday night, April 24. Afterwards, photographers surrounded them as they made their way from the restaurant into a waiting cab.

    Lawrence was having none of it and flipped the paparazzi the middle finger from the backseat of the cab as it pulled away. Hoult seemingly attempted to get her to put her hand down, but Lawrence's message was loud and clear.

    Jennifer Lawrence displays impressive martial arts moves in skintight bodysuit in X-Men: Days Of Future Past teaser

    She plays reluctant warrior Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games.

    And Jennifer Lawrence is certainly proving she deserves her action hero title.

    The 23-year-old is shows off her impressive martial arts skills wearing a skintight bodysuit in a new teaser for X:Men: Days Of Future Past, released on Thursday on Instagram.

     In the four-second clip, Jennifer, who plays mutant shapeshifter Mystique, first appears crying a solitary tear.

    Her face is painted blue and she sports piercing yellow contact lenses and flaming orange hair.

    Her face features textured pieces on her forehead and cheeks.

     The Hunger Games actress (or perhaps a stuntwoman) is also seen showing off some impressive acrobatic skills as she balances on her hands, her legs in the air as she fights off an attacker.

    Finally, Jennifer is seen being dragged along the ground by someone using just his hand from afar.

    She shows off her slender figure in a skintight bodysuit, with more textured pieces to create a reptile effect. 

     Jennifer's real life boyfriend Nicholas Hoult, meanwhile, appears in blink-and-you'll-miss-it shot, baring his wolf fangs in his role as Hank McCoy/Beast.

    Like Jennifer, his face his blue, including his hair, and he wears a rusty brown T-shirt and navy blue jacket.

    As fans of the first X-Men sequel will know, Nicholas' character Hank McCoy tried to cure himself of his mutation, which causes him to have ape-like feet and super strength. However, the cure backfired, and Hank's transformation into Beast began.

    Fashionably Late: Style News You Might Have Missed This Week

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    Jennifer Lawrence graces the cover of Germany's Interview magazine. The starlet ditches her pants and barely there makeup for a sequined bodysuit and smoky eyes. (Courtesy photo)

    'The Hunger Games' success shows Hollywood needs to look to women like Jennifer Lawrence for action

    This hasn’t, on the whole, been a great era for action heroes. Sure, we’ve got cops and spies and superheroes and gods and titans crawling out of every corner of the cineplex. But can you even remember the name of the guy who plays John Carter? Which is in theaters right now?

    The movie industry has been trying to revive the Golden Age of Action since its ’80s heyday, with little success. Alex Pettyfer, Taylor Lautner, Jason Momoa, Justin Timberlake, and “John Carter’s” Taylor Kitsch are among those who’ve failed in the last year alone.

    Jason Statham comes closest to replicating Bruce Willis’ deadpan swagger, while The Rock had potential, until he donned a tutu for “Tooth Fairy.” But even once-unassailable stars like Willis, Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger have to band together — as they will in this summer's “The Expendables 2” — to make any sort of impression.

    And when they do, will it compare with the impact we’re about to see from a 21-year-old woman? Because this year’s biggest action hero is very likely to be “The Hunger Games’” Jennifer Lawrence.

    As Katniss Everdeen, Lawrence brings us a warrior tougher than any in recent memory. At just 16, she single-handedly supports her family. Stares down death on a tragically regular basis. Insists, despite intense opposition, on remaining the master of her own fate. And is far more likely to save boys than swoon over them. (Though “Twilight” and “The Hunger Games” are often compared, the self-reliant Katniss has little in common with the oft-rescued Bella, a character perpetually defined by her relationships.)

    Granted, plenty of ladies have used brute force to break down barriers onscreen. Pam Grier had the ’70s covered, in films like “Coffy” and “Foxy Brown.” Sigourney Weaver and Linda Hamilton will remain eternally iconic for their “Alien” and “Terminator” roles, and Carrie-Anne Moss set the standard for “Matrix” fans before co-star Keanu Reeves even showed up.

    For the most part, though, women wielded weapons because men told them to (“La Femme Nikita”) or they looked great in leather (pick a “Batman” sequel) or both (“Charlie’s Angels”)

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    'Hunger Games' Producer Reveals Secrets To Making A Blockbuster On The Cheap

    Making a hit movie on a budget is as hard as Hollywood makes it look. "We're in a business where the solution is almost always to write a check," said Joe Drake, the departing co-chief operating officer of Lionsgate, the studio behind "The Hunger Games."

    "The Hunger Games" opens Friday, tracking toward an opening weekend ticket take of perhaps more than $100 million. The movie, about a future dystopia that pits teens in televised fights to the death, cost around $80 million to make. That amount probably wouldn't cover the loin-cloth budget alone of the recent $250 million flop "John Carter."

    So how did "The Hunger Games" fool the movie gods of profligacy? The Huffington Post chatted with Drake last week to recount the beans and shed light on a little-known fact -- that movies the masses want to see can be made for less than the GNP of a small nation.

    "The absolute last resort is solving something with money," Drake said. "Very often, that turns out to be the best creative solution. It requires you to deal with it in the storytelling."

    It should be pointed out that Lionsgate, home to the "Saw" horror franchise, has seen rough times lately. It weathered a takeover bid by Carl Icahn and its stock price dropped 45 percent in a four-year period, according to Bloomberg. But it recently gained muscle when it bought Summit, the studio mother of the "Twilight" movies. Those films, based, like "The Hunger Games, on a popular trilogy of books, earned $2.3 billion, a figure "Games" hopes to match or even surpass.

    Financial burdens never stopped a studio from ripping open its wallet, but Lionsgate resisted.

    Here are the steps that paved the film's road to profit.

    The Source Material: Lionsgate secured the rights to Suzanne Collins' "The Hunger Games" in 2009 before it became a household name. At that point, Drake said the studio determined it would work in part to increase book sales, thereby raising the visibility of the movie.

    "The Hunger Games," the first of a trilogy, had sold about 250,000 copies when Lionsgate acquired it, Drake said. By the time the film went into production last May, the three novels had sold a combined 8 million. When production wrapped in September, the total had climbed to 12 million. The New York Times reported Sunday that there are now 24 million copies in print. "The velocity of sales is exponential," Drake said.

    The Hollywood Reporter wrote that Collins received hundreds of thousands of dollars for the option on her three books, but will make millions if the movie and at least one planned sequel strike gold. For comparison's sake, Warner Bros. paid "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling $1 million in 1999 for the first four of her novels, and the first film, released in 2001, cost $125 million to make.

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