Showing her boyfriend who loves him most, Jennifer Lawrence gave Nicholas Hoult a sweet and juicy kiss before heading on stage at the 2014 Golden Globe Awards tonight (January 12).
Amongst a pool of five possible actresses in the running for the award of Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture, including Jennifer herself for "American Hustle," Sally Hawkins from "Blue Jasmine," Lupita Nyong’o from "Twelve Years a Slave," Julia Roberts in "August Osage County" and June Squibb from "Nebraska."
Disappointing more than a few fans after his shocking tweet about the next chapter in the “X-Men” franchise, director Bryan Singer may have stepped too far in the eyes of Jennifer Lawrence and Nicholas Hoult.
The Marvel superhero director released his tweet claiming that “X-Men: Apocalypse,” sequel to “X-Men: Days of Future Past” will premiere in 2016, and this was news to fans, as well as to the cast, who are to work on the flick.
As the past year comes to an end, GossipCenter looks back on five young actors who made their mark on Hollywood in 2013.
Whether it was snatching up their first Oscar win at the ripe age of 22 or starring in multiple blockbuster hits, these budding stars are sure to be around for a while as they climb up the ranks in Tinseltown.