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Jennifer Lawrence Spent NYE with Darren Aronofsky in NYC!

Jennifer Lawrence Spent NYE with Darren Aronofsky in NYC!

Jennifer Lawrence may have been on television on New Year’s Eve in a pre-taped interview, but she was really spending the day having a low-key date with boyfriend Darren Aronofsky!

The 26-year-old actress was spotted going for a stroll through New York City’s Central Park on Saturday (December 31) with Darren, 47, and her pet pooch Pippi.

Jennifer and Darren began dating late last year and are rarely seen together. You can check out the new pics now on Popsugar!

During her NYE interview on Late Night with Seth Meyers, Jennifer opened up about how the media got the name of her dog Pippi wrong and that her actual name is Pippi Lawrence-Stocking.

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  • lauren

    but there’s no pics?

  • Kaitlin

    There are. They’re just not uploaded here. Google it.

  • Chiniffer Jawniston
  • Blair Waldorf

    Another awkward and clearly staged pap stroll.

  • lauren

    i doubt it considered they are rarely seen together?

  • Blair Waldorf

    So, despite the fact that Central Park is huge and it was NYE, the paps just accidentally found them there and followed them? And they didn’t seem to mind it?

  • FlakesofSunlite

    I wish Jennifer Lawrence would go back to Nicholas Hoult. That seemed like a normal couple. Not digging the “Mid-Life Crisis Old Guy” kick she has right now.

  • lauren

    maybe they didn’t notice it? why r you convinced its fake?

  • Thunder Junior

    To go from Nicholas Hoult…to this old and not good looking at all guy (who looks like a creepier ponstache from OITNB)…this is something i don’t understand…

  • Thunder Junior

    To go from Nicholas Hoult…to this old and not good looking at all guy (who looks like a creepier ponstache from OITNB)…this is something i don’t understand…

  • Blair Waldorf

    Not saying its fake. I’m saying it seems obvious that they wanted the paps there to photograph them.

  • 777

    Gross

  • lauren

    ok.

  • CR

    Oh! YOU have to dig it so that SHE can date someone?

  • CR

    seeing as you are not the one dating him, I don’t understand why you have to understand it yourself.

  • tom

    Reading the comments down below one can assume that people are shallow, not Hollywood. They wanna see a fairytale romance with someone that looks like Ken.

  • FlakesofSunlite

    Yes, that’s right.

  • deputy barney

    The Golden Globes are this weekend. Needed something to get things going for that, huh?

    Also looked at the Daily Mail article accompanied with these pics. Five major observations about this article.

    1. The Daily Mail report said that they have yet to confirm their “relationship.” Wait, hasn’t it been confirmed in other tabs, or yet to be confirmed in others?
    2. They reference Lawrence’s comments about Aronofsky being a visionary, in her Vanity Fair article. Something to tip Aronofsky some favor for Jackie when it comes time for Oscar nominations at the end of the month? Especially since she said that she had been a fan of his since seeing The Wrestler, which was a critically acclaimed film. Might try to drum up Oscar buzz for Jackie?
    3. The Daily Mail article says that she “gushed about her man” in the Vanity Fair article. Yeah, about his talents as a filmmaker, not as a boyfriend. The Vanity Fair article said that she won’t confirm her relationship with Aronofsky, much like she wouldn’t confirm her relationship with Martin back in her 2014 interview.
    4. The article makes reference to Mother, which is their upcoming project.
    5. Finally, the DM article shows the trailer for Passengers, which is having its international release this week. I believe that its being released in Western Europe this week, especially in the UK, which the DM belongs to. Coinciding with the British release of Passengers, are we?

  • http://www.goodolehickoryhammike.blogspot.com Snapdragon

    They look like a really nice couple; very happy for them. =]

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  • deputy barney

    Correction on myself, the UK release for Passengers coincided with the North American release. However, it is being released in Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, South Korea, The Philippines, Bolivia, Brazil, Germany, Peru, Paraguay, Slovakia, Uruguay, Austria, Bulgaria, and India this week alone, with releases in Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, and China next week, and a release in Japan on March 24th.

    Lawrence is now in Budapest (the capitol of Hungary) to start filming on Red Sparrow. She may make an appearance at the Hungarian premiere next week. Will Aronofsky be there with her? If Sony and Fox are tag-teaming in this showmance, I would count on it, since Red Sparrow is a Fox feature.

    Also, later this month is the 2017 Screen Actor’s Guild Awards, and Portman is nominated for Jackie in that show, as well as the PGA awards later this month, and next month will be the BAFTA awards, (nominations are yet to be announced, will be announced next Tuesday, January 10th), the DGA awards, the Independent Spirit Awards (Portman is nominated for her performance in Jackie, and director Pablo Larrain is nominated for his directing) and the Oscars (nominations are yet to be announced, but will be announced on Tuesday, January 24th.)

    Now, its obvious that the awards season is overlooking Passengers, even in the technical awards area (which is a shame, since it did have some nice special effects in spite of some legal problems with the special effects company) so the showmance won’t help with that, but it can at least help with foreign box office (so far, domestically, it has made $126 million at the box office, trying to make back a budget of $110 million, so that’s only a small profit for Sony at this point) and it could help with Jackie at the Golden Globes, BAFTAs, Independent Spirit Awards, and the Oscars.

    After that, Aronofsky in March has to worry about editing and post-production for Mother, and starting production on White Boy Rick, his next film (producing, not directing.) So, the “break-up” will probably happen then.

  • Blair Waldorf

    FWIW, there are new pics of another pap stroll they did, probably on New Years before JL left to Budapest. More of the same stuff: walking down the st., very little/no physical contact, paps taking photos right in front of them but they don’t mind, etc.
    They really wanna make sure people know they’re ‘still together’.

  • lauren

    why are you invested in this and care what happens?

  • Dave Majkowski
  • deputy barney

    The first official production pictures of Jennifer Lawrence and director Francis Lawrence (of no relation) in Budapest, Hungary, filming Red Sparrow, have surfaced online. Curious how these are being released the day before the 2017 Golden Globes. I haven’t read any articles accompanying the pictures yet, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they mentioned the international release of Passengers throughout the month of January, (coincidentally, the Hungarian premiere of Passengers is next week) and “dating” Aronofsky, who is not only directing her next film, Mother, but is also producing Jackie, which is up for an award at the Golden Globes tomorrow, the Best Actress in a Drama nomination for Natalie Portman (competing against Amy Adams in Arrival, Jessica Chastain in Miss Sloane, Isabelle Huppert in Elle, and Ruth Negga in Loving).

  • deputy barney

    Just in case anyone has forgot, Red Sparrow is being distributed by 20th Century Fox, the same distribution company that distributed Jackie.

  • Douglas from Brazil

    Maybe he has a good cock.

  • deputy barney

    So, it’s been a few days, and the dust has settled from the Golden Globes. Portman did not win the Golden Globe for Best Actress for Jackie (she lost to Isabelle Huppert in Elle.)

    However, these results don’t really surprise me due to the fact the Elle was a foreign film up for a major mainstream US broadcast award, and since the Golden Globes are judged by the Hollywood Foreign Press, and since Elle was a foreign film (it was a Belgian-French-German foreign co-production, and Huppert is a French actress who is big in the European film world, but not as big in the North American film world) there was probably a lot of bias there.

    However, the nominees for the 2017 BAFTA awards were announced last Tuesday, by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, and skipping the nominations for minor technical and writing awards, the nominees are as follows.

    Best Film
    1. Arrival
    2. I, Daniel Blake
    3. La La Land
    4. Manchester by the Sea
    5. Moonlight

    Best Director
    1. Damien Chazelle for La La Land
    2. Tom Ford for Nocturnal Animals
    3. Ken Loach for I, Daniel Blake
    4. Kenneth Lonergan for Manchester by the Sea
    5. Denis Villeneuve for Arrival

    Best Actor
    1. Casey Affleck for Manchester by the Sea
    2. Andrew Garfield for Hacksaw Ridge
    3. Ryan Gosling for La La Land
    4. Jake Gyllenhaal for Nocturnal Animals
    5. Viggo Mortensen for Captain Fantastic

    Best Actress
    1. Amy Adams for Arrival
    2. Emily Blunt for The Girl on the Train
    3. Natalie Portman for Jackie
    4. Emma Stone for La La Land
    5. Meryl Streep for Florence Foster Jenkins

    Best Supporting Actor
    1. Mahershala Ali for Moonlight
    2. Jeff Bridges for Hell or High Water
    3. Hugh Grant for Florence Foster Jenkins
    4. Dev Patel for Lion
    5. Aaron Taylor-Johnson for Nocturnal Animals

    Best Supporting Actress
    1. Viola Davis for Fences
    2. Naomie Harris for Moonlight
    3. Nicole Kidman for Lion
    4. Hayley Squires for I, Daniel Blake
    5. Michelle Williams for Manchester by the Sea

    Jackie failed to gain the Best Film nomination or Pablo Larrain for Best Director, but Portman is nominated for playing Jackie. Also of note is that Huppert did not gain a BAFTA nod, so that may prove that the Hollywood Foreign Press nominated and voted for Huppert to win out of bias. This may increase Portman’s chances of winning.

    The 2017 BAFTA awards are going to be broadcast on Sunday, February 12th, 2017. I would expect a showmance story sometime around then.

  • deputy barney

    Jackie was nominated for three BAFTA awards, the other two being Best Costume Design for costume designer Mica Levi, and Best Original Score, also for Mica Levi. (I personally thought the music for Jackie was a little bit too odd for my taste, some of the music cues were kind of strange, but whatever.) Just added this because I read the rest of the BAFTA nomination list.

  • deputy barney

    The photos finally became available in DM today, and they mention Lawrence “dating” Aronofsky, as if that has anything to do with Red Sparrow, outside of the fact that 20th Century Fox is producing Red Sparrow, and they also produced Jackie with Aronofsky.

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