DUDE JAPANESE ARE SAVAGES LMAO
The International Federation of Kinography has tasked you to save Jennifer Lawrence's career. You as the new director are given her and a budget of four hundred million dollars to make a film for the ages.
What kind of film would you make?
Make her play an hot annoying dumbass like American Hustle, only role she's had that I actually liked.
You've been teleported into the world of IT. Pennywise/IT takes the form of your worst fear. What are you afraid of, /tv/?
>assaults a man then brags about it on live tv
>stupid, low iq tramp who's fucked her way to the top
>thinks it's 'funny' to recount that the guy was crying after the assault
Boycott her movies and let her fall into oblivion.
Four flops in a row
Is her career over?
>Golden Globe winner Hamm was one of seven Sigma Nu brothers who tormented and humiliated Mark Allen Sanders when he was a young pledge at the University of Texas at Austin.
>The young man was hit so hard during the warped 1990 initiation that he suffered a fractured spine and nearly lost a kidney.
>He listed Hamm as one of his chief tormentors, recalling how the future star ordered him to recite a six-page list of phrases pledges are told to memorize called the 'bulls*** list'.
>When he forgot the last of Hamm's nicknames, which included MC Hammer and Young Bobby, he recalled how Hamm got "mad, I mean really mad'.
>Finally he was led upstairs to the 'party room' when Hamm hooked the claw of a hammer underneath his testicles and pulled him around the room 'for at least a minute'.
HAHAHAHAHAHA! IT is one of the most successful horror films OF ALL TIME! Stephen King haters on suicide watch!
>The $35 million Warner Bros./New Line Cinema release earned another $60m in its second weekend of release, which would A) still be the biggest September/October opening ever even if it was the opening weekend and B) would be above the $58m debut (in 2001) of Hannibal, the previous record for an R-rated horror opening. The picture dropped just 51% in its second frame, which is remarkable for a horror film with such huge numbers and a clear sign that the picture is becoming a zeitgeist-capturing event. In just ten days, the film has earned $218m in North America. In just a matter of days, it will pass the unadjusted gross of The Exorcist ($233m, including reissues) to become the biggest R-rated horror movie/scary movie in domestic box office history.
>I don’t know how far It will float in North America, although at this point a $300 million+ domestic total is all-but-certain. If it (optimistically) plays like Annabelle: Creation or The Conjuring from this point onward, it’ll end its run with $355-$360m domestic while a run like Annabelle gets it to $298m. If it gets past $306m, it will be above the adjusted gross of The Amityville Horror ($86m in 1979/$306m adjusted) to be the third-biggest R-rated horror movie ever behind only The Exorcist ($986m adjusted) and, if you count it, Fatal Attraction ($156m in 1987/$353m adjusted). So not only will it be the biggest R-rated unadjusted domestic (and worldwide, with $371m global thus far) grosser by a mile and change, it’ll be one of the very biggest in terms of tickets sold as well.
How will /tv/ ever recover?
Who was in the wrong here?
What does /tv/ think of this Lynchian kino with Lovecraftian undertones?
Should she fire her agent?
>cast JLaw to attract normies to your obscure arthouse oscarbait movie
>movie bombs harder than Nagasaki
I mean I hope they weren't surprised by this revelation.