Jennifer Lawrence Brings ‘Hunger Games’ Starpower to ‘House at the End of the Street’ (UPDATE: New Trailer)
[UPDATE #4] Check out the new Psycho-esque trailer for House at the End of the Street starring in her pre-Hunger Games fame, Jennifer Lawrence after the jump.
[UPDATE #3] Let’s just watch this trailer for Jennifer Lawrence… See it after the jump.
[UPDATE #2] Check out the new poster for House at the End of the Street, starring Jennifer Lawrence. [Movie Posters]
[UPDATE #1] First trailer for ‘House at the End of the Street’ is here. (Movie trailers). View it here after the jump.
Starring in The Hunger Games, which earned a $155 million weekend box-office cume, Jennifer Lawrence has a new franchise to lead. That means demand (and movie-related news) of the actress will increase exponentially and Entertainment Weekly has already posted a picture of the actress in the upcoming horror film The House at the End of the Street. See it after the jump.
Directed by Mark Tonderai, the film also stars Elisabeth Shue and Max Thieriot.
[ORIGINAL] Here’s a quick take on The House at the End of the Street: A mother and daughter move to a new town and find themselves living next door to a house where a young girl murdered her parents. When the daughter befriends the surviving son, she learns the story is far from over.
After surprising everyone in Winter’s Bone (earning an Oscar nomination) and now having Hunger Games and X-Men: First Class on her box-office resume, Lawrence has shot up to the Hollywood A-list and will be in demand for years to come (see Kristen Stewart’s career post Twilight). I wonder where this film will place with the rest?
Industry Side Note: There’s this period between an actor making a big blockbuster film and its release, which allows actors to make other “smaller” films. Those films are usually held back, so that the hype behind the blockbuster film’s hopeful box-office success can be used to boost the appearance of the “smaller” film. It happens all the time. to boost s in general do a couple of films before they breakout (box-office wise) and those films are usually held back.