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"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2"?...I prefer to starve.

I just can’t do it, I’m sorry. It’s in the cards that I’ll attend a new film this weekend (top contenders currently are “Brooklyn” and “Spectre”), but I just want to confirm that it  275 more words


David O. Russell, Costume Designer Michael Wilkinson Dish on Jennifer Lawrence's 'Joy'

Costume designer Michael Wilkinson and director David O. Russell revived ‘70s style with “American Hustle,” scoring respective Oscar noms in the process. For their next collaboration, they ambitiously chart a woman’s evolution from college student to matriarch over 30 years — and by way of 45 costume changes — in “Joy,” out Dec. 965 more words


David O. Russell To Deliver BAFTA's David Lean Lecture; 'David Brent: Life On The Road' Shoots - Global Briefs

BAFTA has set David O Russell to deliver the prestigious David Lean Lecture. The discourse aims to inspire and inform, bringing insight into the experiences and achievements of some of the world’s most compelling filmmakers. 349 more words

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David O. Russell to Deliver BAFTA's David Lean Lecture

Director-writer David O. Russell will deliver the annual David Lean Lecture, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts’ prestigious film talk, on Dec. 19 at its London headquarters. 172 more words


The First Clip From 'JOY' Starring Jennifer Lawrence

Check out the very first clip that 20th Century Fox has released for writer-director David O.Russell’s new film Joy starring Jennifer Lawrence, which can be seen down below! 164 more words


Joy - new clip

Could Jennifer Lawrence be nominated for an Oscar yet again this year? Well her big hope looks to be Joy – and here’s a brand new clip. 73 more words


Silver Linings Playbook

I approached David O. Russell’s Silver Linings Playbook at the recommendation of a friend and, coming into it, I had very little expectation beyond what I’d remembered hearing around the time of its release which, in my mind, had made it sound like a fairly run-of-the-mill romantic comedy – thankfully that assumption proved mostly wrong. 495 more words