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VARIETY –?Breaking with tradition in the midst of an awards season that has come to colloquially become known as “the year of the woman,” the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has tapped four actresses to present this year’s lead acting awards at the 90th annual?Oscars,?Variety?has learned. Jennifer Lawrence?and?Jodie Foster?will announce the lead actress prize winner Sunday night, while?Jane Fonda?and?Helen Mirren?will present lead actor.?Frances McDormand (“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”) and Gary Oldman (“Darkest Hour”) are considered the frontrunners to win. Traditionally, the previous year’s acting winners present the same categories for the opposite gender at the?Oscars. But in January, it was revealed that last year’s lead actor winner?Casey Affleck (“Manchester by the Sea”) had withdrawn as a presenter?from this year’s ceremony, reportedly to avoid becoming a distraction due to two sexual harassment lawsuits he previously settled with the producer and cinematographer of his 2010 film “I’m Still Here.” The Academy did not respond to a request for comment. The move to enlist women for the lead acting presentations comes in the wake of the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements that took center stage this awards season, calling attention to sexual misbehavior, gender inequality and power dynamics, among other issues. On Thursday, it was announced that?a moment has been carved out?on the show for the Time’s Up organization, which launched a legal defense fund in January for those who have experienced sexual harassment, assault, or abuse in the workplace. Those efforts have already topped $21 million from 20,000 donors. Other Oscar presenters this year will include superhero stars Chadwick Boseman (“Black Panther”) and Gal Gadot (“Wonder Woman”), comedian Dave Chappelle, and “Star Wars” legend Mark Hamill, as well as Daniela Vega (“A Fantastic Woman”), the first openly transgender actress to present. Here is a full list of presenters already announced by the Academy: Mahershala Ali Emily Blunt Chadwick Boseman Sandra Bullock Dave Chappelle Viola Davis Eugenio Derbez Laura Dern Ansel Elgort Jane Fonda Jodie Foster Gal Gadot Jennifer Garner Greta Gerwig Eiza González Tiffany Haddish Mark Hamill Armie Hammer Tom Holland Oscar Isaac Ashley Judd Nicole Kidman Matthew McConaughey Lin-Manuel Miranda Helen Mirren Rita Moreno Kumail Nanjiani Lupita Nyong’o Margot Robbie Gina Rodriguez Eva Marie Saint Emma Stone Wes Studi Kelly Marie Tran Christopher Walken Daniela Vega Zendaya

Gallery Update: Appearances & Public Events from 2018 (so far)

I started to complete gallery with the events that are missing. And the first category I completed was 2018. So now the gallery has all the events that Jennifer participated in during 2018 (so far). In the next few days I will add more photos and I will create the candids category! Home?>?Public Appearances?>?2018

Jennifer Lawrence attends the ‘Red Sparrow’ premiere in New York City

On February 26, Jennifer Lawrence attended the Red Sparrow premiere held at New York City. She was looking fabulous in a black gown by Dior?Spring 2018 Haute Couture and?Lorraine Schwartz?Colombian Emerald Earrings. Check the photos in our gallery: Gallery Links: –?Public Appearances?>?2018?>?February 26 – ‘Red Sparrow’ premiere in New York City

Jennifer Lawrence “felt empowered” during ‘Red Sparrow’ filming

MAXIM?–?Jennifer Lawrence?plays a convincing spy and seductress in?Red Sparrow,?but it wasn’t an easy role for her to step into. The liberal amount of nudity called for in the script initially “terrified” Lawrence, whose nude photos were leaked after a cyberattack in 2014. “I was terrified. I don’t think I have ever been so scared of doing a movie before in my life,” she told Bill Whitaker in a new?60 Minutes?interview. “Cool, so I’m really naked getting freezing cold water poured on me.” When it was all said and done, the Academy Award-winning actress felt that the nude scenes helped her overcome the insecurities spawned by the photo leak. “I feel like something that was taken from me I got back and am using in my art,” she told Whitaker. In a separate interview with Fox News, she elaborated on taking back what was rightfully hers. “I mean it was empowering for me personally … I feel like I didn’t even really realize until I had finished that scene how much fear and insecurity and a complex of being judged had been following me for so many years,” Lawrence said. “I ended up thanking [director Francis Lawrence], which might sound crazy but also we’re talking about a world of deceit and corruption and abuse and abuse to women through the lens of a woman who regains her freedom through losing her intellect and I don’t think there is a better time for this movie than right now.”

New Owner!!!

Hello everyone, I just adopted this site so, I’m new owner. I’ll update a lot of information, a lot of new pictures and more really soon. Don’t forget to follow the site twitter acount?@AdoringJenLaw. Thank you for visiting and enjoy!