By Daily Mail Reporter. When movie director David O. Russell said audiences could expect a 'wild world of amazing characters' - he certainly wasn't joking. In a a first look at his latest film American Hustle, its stars Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Adams are instant standouts as their raunchy female characters sashay their way past the likes of Christian Bale and Bradley Cooper. Based loosely on the ABSCAM scandal of the the late s and early s, Jennifer and Amy are quickly disrobed in the trailer suggesting a few racy story lines pitted against the political backdrop of the film. Raunchy: Jennifer Lawrence is seen stripping down to her undergarments in the new trailer for American Hustle.
MS AUDREY KNIGHT
Jennifer Lawrence is certainly not shy. She has appeared in some risque-themed films AND embarrassingly had her nude images leaked online in Jennifer appears a little tipsy in the video, but so what? She's having fun and letting her hair down! JLaw was in town filming the spy caper Red Sparrow. According to a source, Lawrence turned up at the club around 11pm with three men and a bodyguard.
Some of our favorite celebrities have captured a special place in our hearts because of how open they are about their lives. But when it comes to sex, is there such a thing as too much information? Due to the nature of their careers, Julianne Hough and her hockey-hunk husband Brooks Laich often go long periods of time without seeing each other. So how do they keep the spark alive? By partaking in some not-so-PG phone calls. It's an art. I applaud people who are good at it.
David O. Russell's Silver Linings Playbook is a modern romantic comedy, which means that, in essence, its storyline would fit rather snugly alongside those of many offerings in the cinematic oeuvres of Katherine Heigl and Kate Hudson. But allow me to blow your minds with this little nugget of information: While its narrative arc may seem familiar, even insultingly so, almost nothing in the movie happens the way you think it will. Somehow, using author Matthew Quick's novel as a blueprint, Russell has taken a tale involving two impossibly good-looking near-lovers, an emotionally distant family, and a big dance contest, and has ensured that you truly can't predict whether the seemingly de rigueur unions and reconciliations and victories will actually transpire. What's the deal with this Russell guy? Doesn't he know that's not the way things are done in Hollywood? With your one-time, monthly, or annual contribution, the Reader can continue providing uncensored, non-scripted, and independent journalism alongside the Quad Cities area's most comprehensive cultural coverage.