First trailer of ‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’

The first trailer of ‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix‘ was released today and in it we can see more of Jennifer Lawrence as Mystique/Raven Darkhölme.

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Jennifer Lawrence attends the 2018 Concordia Annual Summit

On September 25, Jennifer Lawrence attended the 2018 Concordia Annual Summit – Day 2 in New York City and she had a lot to say about her absence.

Lawrence is taking a year off acting, as she announced in March. In that time she’s been working with Represent.Us, a bipartisan effort to pass anti-corruption legislation at a state level that also calls Adam McKay and David O. Russellboard members.  And that’s what brought her here, to this expansive hotel in Midtown Manhattan, where discussions of fair-labor supply chains and PowerPoints titled “Us vs. Them: The Failure of Globalism” ruled the day.

It could have been age, it could have been the election,” she told CBS’s Gayle King,the interviewer on hand, who asked what inspired her to take her leave. “Two years ago was when the passion for politics really started growing, and the more I was educated and educated myself, I realized the most important thing that a political movement can have is support from the right and left.” Their chat followed a TED Talk–like PowerPoint of her own, along with Josh Lynn, the managing director and co-founder of Represent.Us, that laid out a plan for how to combat widespread corruption in Washington via lobbies and dark money.

The beautiful thing about having Jen involved is this is an issue that tends to be a little boring,” Lynn told King. “People don’t wake up in the morning over breakfast and discuss like, ‘What’s happening with American democracy today?’ They’re much more concerned about being able to afford groceries or whatever the environmental crisis might be.” Lynn said he knew it would take “big megaphones” to allow Represent.Us to thrive, which is where the Oscar-winning likes of O’Russell, McKay, and Lawrence came in.

Corruption doesn’t wear a political label and the American people know that,” Lawrence said at the summit. “Everybody expects more from their parties no matter the politician or the specific party.” Wearing a D.C.-chic uniform—blazer, white button-down—and using the deft slide skills of a professional corporate speaker, she seemed perfectly at home in her new political milieu. But there were also moments where the human slipped through. “I think my whole mind went blank, I knew this was going to happen,” she said, losing the thread of her talking point. “No, it’s O.K. I have horrible stage fright.

After King pointed out that she’s Jennifer Lawrence, she pointed out, “I don’t work onstage! I don’t know why everyone says that! It’s so different!

Many screen actors spend their sabbaticals on a stage. Lawrence has too; it’s just a political one.

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Jennifer Lawrence Wants You to Be Honest About Your Diet

InStyle – For nearly a decade now, ever since she scored her first Oscar nomination for her performance in 2010’s Winter’s Bone, beauty and glamour have been big parts of Jennifer Lawrence’s life. But the 28-year-old actress insists that hasn’t always been the case: “When I was growing up, my brothers used to tell me I was ugly. Butt-ugly, to be exact. One time I went into the kitchen and said, ‘Mom, am I pretty?’ And she said, ‘It doesn’t matter.’ She refused to answer!

In retrospect, Lawrence says, “I was fortunate to go through a lot of my life without being too concerned about my appearance.” Which isn’t to say she’s against looking good now. “I love dressing up and wearing uncomfortable shoes and getting blisters,” she says cheerfully. And perfume is an essential finishing touch: “I do a squirt and walk through and it makes me feel complete,” she says. So her new gig as the face of Joy, Dior’s first major fragrance since 1999, is a perfect fit.

Describe your style in 10 words. 

Um, ’90s sex worker who’s just won her case in court.

OK, elaborate. 

I like the style of the ’90s — a little bit androgynous but also elegant. I love mixing it up.

What’s it been like helping to launch a new perfume? Just watching the whole process was so cool. Flying to Paris, visiting the laboratory, and meeting [Dior perfumer-creator] François Demachy, who is such a genius … it was this whole world I knew nothing about. I got to smell different ingredients and see how they worked together. My mom used to wear Miss Dior when I was a kid, so I’ve always had a connection to Dior perfumes.

When did you first start wearing makeup? Middle school was when it got fun to be, like, girlie. I’d do frosted lips and shimmery teal eye shadow. I wasn’t allowed to wear eyeliner, so I’d take my mom’s mascara to school and line my eyes with the wand, which looked great. The raccoon look! I’m going to bring that back.

What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done to your hair? One time I went on a cruise, and I chopped it all off. And I remember that [when I got back to school] I went into the gymnasium and the whole place went quiet because I had this full-blown curly ’fro. It was the worst haircut of my life. But I still go through phases when I want to cut off all my hair.

Sometimes we learn the hard way. What else have you discovered about your look over the years? When I was young, before I knew better than to Google myself, I learned by looking at photos online that my face looks better from the side because of my giant cheeks. More recently, I’ve learned that if I’m working a lot, waking up at 4 a.m. and
doing 16-hour days, I’m going to get really bad [undereye] bags. That’s my biggest battle when I’m working.

You need that beauty sleep. How do you take care of your skin? Well, I have really dry skin, so I wear night cream even during the day. I’m also really, really good about sunblock. And, in theory, I get microdermabrasion once a month, although that’s one of those things I always find myself postponing.

When do you feel most beautiful? Honestly, when I’m at my most disciplined. Like, when I’m really making myself go to the gym. Which is a joke, because I definitely pay more for canceled workouts than actual ones. But when I’m there and running on the treadmill, that’s when I feel most powerful.

I know you’ve been vocal about unrealistic beauty standards, particularly when it comes to body shaming. How do you deal with that? I just like it when everyone’s honest. If you are 20 pounds underweight and talk about eating pizza and fried chicken all the time, that’s not going to make people feel good about themselves. If I’m going to the Oscars or having a movie premiere — I won’t lie — I’m probably eating differently from how I would in my regular life to fit into those dresses. And I feel comfortable saying that.

In a world that’s so hung up on impressing others, how do you manage to enjoy fashion and beauty without feeling the need to conform? You just have to keep it personal. If you want to feel beautiful, whether that means extending your eyelashes or bringing out your natural lip color or whatever it is, then you should. There’s nothing wrong with that. It’s only a problem when you’re doing it for someone else.

Have you become more confident as you’ve gotten older? Yes. I’m starting to get a little more control over myself. Like, I’m aware that I have a tendency to say whatever pops into my mind. So when I go out, I try to be my own personal trainer and tell myself, “Don’t say it.”

Is that why you’re not on social media? I’m on it. But I’m a voyeur: I watch, I don’t speak. There is always so much backlash. So many people are listening and paying attention, and they have so many opinions about absolutely everything. I really don’t want to welcome that unless it’s absolutely necessary. I don’t want to put myself out there for no reason. Unless I’m promoting something or something really burns my onions, you won’t hear from me.

What would you say is the biggest lesson you’ve learned in life so far?Everything gets better as you get older. It’s easier to cut through things, and everything gets simplified. Physically, everything gets worse. Like, why does my neck hurt? Why are my knees cracking? But emotionally, it gets better.

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Jennifer Lawrence’s Beauty Routine

The 28-year-old actress and face of Joy, the newest fragrance from Dior, keeps it low-maintenance.

FRAGRANCE

Family legacy: “The scent my mom always wore was Miss Dior. That was my first smell of perfume, so Dior has been in my nostrils since I was a child. And it’s so weird that I have my own fragrance now!”

Creative vision: “About eight months ago or so, I went to Paris to visit the laboratory with François [Demachy, Dior’s perfumer- creator]. He had been carrying around the scent for about a year and adding to it. So I got to smell all the different ingredients, and it was just such a cool experience. I had no idea what went into making a perfume. It’s also fascinating how one note will smell one way, and then when you pair it with another it smells completely different.”

Signature scent: “I like that Joy is not too strong; it’s very airy. It’s floral with a hint of sandalwood, and I think it’s modern but classic. It just seems to be kind of open and not over-whelming, which is the number-one thing I don’t like about perfumes.”

MAKEUP

Brow must: “My grandma told me that I need to pay closer attention to my eyebrows at one point, so I now do.”

Fresh- faced: “If I don’t have an event, I normally don’t wear makeup. Since I often get it done professionally, I’m probably better off staying away from my face. I have learned nothing from the pros—ha!”

SKIN & HAIR

Smooth move: “I exfoliate every night, and it really doesn’t matter what I use. You can kind of use anything grainy, so I change it up.”

Less is more: “I have really dry skin, so I use night cream, and I always do this very thick mask. I can’t remember the name of the brand, but it doesn’t smell very good!”

Skin-care philosophy: “I think it’s important to change up facial products, but I do use retinol under my night cream every night. It says not to use it every night, but I always say,‘Fuck it.’”

SPF: “During the day, I use sunblock. It doesn’t matter what, but I always make sure it has zinc in it.”

“I do use retinol under my night cream every night. It says not to use it every night, but I always say,’F*ck it.'”

Expert opinion: “My facialist is Georgia Louise in New York. I normally just defer to her on everything.”

Texture: “I’m so bad with hair! I have naturally curly hair, so of course I hate when it’s curly. I prefer to blow it out straight.”

Hairstyle: “Riawna Capri [at Nine Zero One in L.A.] did my current cut. I like it to look choppy and uneven.”

DIET & FITNESS

Morning routine: “Coffee. Then I brush my teeth. Sunblock. Then put on concealer.Take my dog [Pippi] to the park. Shower. And then I just putter around, really. I watch CNN and yell at the news. I wish so badly that they could hear me.”

Simple life: “I really wish I was better about health. I don’t take vitamins, and I eat like an 11-year- old orphan. But I exercise! I do Pilates and I run.”

Puppy love: “Pippi gets an oatmeal bath about once every three weeks. And she gets more exercise than Mom.”

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