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Lawrence Fishburne, Adam Driver and more to star in Francis Ford Coppola’s dream project, ‘Megalopolis’

Francis Ford Coppola's cast for his big-budget, long-gestating film project Megalopolis has been revealed The Hollywood Reporter reports that the legendary 83-year-old Godfather series filmmaker's upcoming movie will feature Oscar nominees Adam Driver and Lawrence Fishburne, and Academy Award winners Forrest Whitaker and Jon Voight, along with Fast and Furious series and Game of Thrones alumna Nathalie Emmanuel. Five-time Oscar... Read More.

One person ejected and unresponsive in Lawrence Twp crash

Lawrence Township, PA – One person was thrown from a vehicle and reportedly unresponsive when crews arrived to an accident in Lawrence Township near Clearfield yesterday, April 3. The unnamed person had crashed on Washington Avenue around 5:30 p.m. The driver struck an embankment and was... Read More.

Jennifer Lawrence re-teaming with her ‘Don’t Look Up’ director Adam McKay for Theranos scandal film ‘Bad Blood’

Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence's latest film, Don't Look Up, has yet to debut, but she's re-teaming with its director, Adam McKay for a new project.  Variety reports Lawrence and McKay will tackle the Theranos scandal, with Lawrence producing and playing the company's disgraced CEO Elizabeth Holmes. Holmes took Silicon Valley and Wall... Read More.

Jennifer Lawrence admits she went “went full radio contest winner” when meeting Ariana Grande

Jennifer Lawrence is an Oscar-winning actress who's worked with Chris Pratt, Meryl Streep, Bradley Cooper and other Hollywood heavy-hitters. however, she confessed she was completely starstruck by Ariana Grande, who co-stars with Lawrence in the apocalyptic dark comedy Don't Look Up.  Ariana plays pop star Riley Bina, whose character helps Jennifer and Leonardo DiCaprio's characters tell the... Read More.

Jennifer Lawrence, Raven Symoné and others join nationwide Women’s March rallying for reproductive rights

Jennifer Lawrence, Amy Schumer, Raven Symoné, Alyssa Milano, Rachel Lindsay, Debbie Allen and others participated in the fifth annual Women’s March over the weekend, which took place from Washington D.C. to Los Angeles to support women's reproductive rights. Many say those rights are threatened not only by the Conservative-leaning... Read More.