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Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper Together Again for Joy

Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper Together Again for Joy


It’s becoming increasingly popular to add going to the theater as a Christmas Day tradition, and Joy, starring Jennifer Lawrence among copious other huge names, looks like a top contender to be the movie of choice for this year. The screenplay was written and directed by David O. Russell, who also did American Hustle (2013), Silver Linings Playbook (2012), and The Fighter (2010). Russell is no newbie to Oscar worthy story lines, with gritty relate-able family/life struggles, while the lead character is desperately attempting to reach their own true greatness or goals. I’d say this one looks like it’s setting its-self up to be the next gold star in this profound lineage. As I mentioned Jennifer Lawrence will star as Joy, but she will be along side Bradley Cooper, Robert De Nero, Virginia Madsen, and Edgar Ramirez. Damn kids, everyone is coming out to play for this one, with a casting lineup like that it’s it would be tough for this not to be a good one. Check out the Trailer below!


It looks like it’s going to have all kinds of feels in this film, and a real fem power coming of age story in a time where it was difficult for a woman to succeed. Can David O. Russell keep the Lawrence-Cooper combo crushing the screen for another movie? On December 25, 2015 we will get to find out!

Maddie Ferguson Growing up right outside of Princeton NJ, she spent much of her time with pals in make believe comic book worlds or out in her backyard looking for Totoro. Her greatest goal as a child was to grow up and become blue, thanks to night crawler, mystique and Dr Manhattan (just a few of her favorite blues!). While she has a love for any solid Disney/Pixar children's film, gotta love those feels!, she is an openly admitted horror addict. We know she has a problem but heck if she'll ever change! She enjoys filling her movie time looking for the next great scare, with amazingly hard to watch gore, and of course setting aside time for the occasional zombie + sushi movie nights with just about any face chewing zombie flick. Pandemic? Apocalypse? Zombeavers? She's got more than a few weapons in her liquor cabinet so bring it on!