Jennifer Lawrence is showing the timber empire who’s boss! In a new clip for her upcoming film ‘Serena,’ JLaw proves her strength while swinging an ax. We can’t wait to see Jennifer in this exciting role! WATCH the clip here.
If there’s anyone who can swing an ax flawlessly, it’s Jennifer Lawrence, 24. The versatile actress shows off yet another side in possibly her toughest role yet! Serena, set to hit theaters in February 2015, reunites co-stars Jennifer and Bradley Cooper, 39, who play newlyweds running a timber empire during the 1920s.
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Jennifer is the perfect person to play a lady in charge! The new clip shows JLaw checking in on her workers while riding horseback when she notices a man notching a tree incorrectly.
“Give me your ax,” she says while approaching him with a serious expression. “You heard me.”
Jennifer fearlessly takes the ax and shows everyone around how notching a tree is really done — with power and passion!
“Get back to work,” she tells everyone.
Jennifer’s character is said to be quite progressive for a woman in this era, as she oversees loggers, hunts rattlesnakes, and even saves someone’s life in the wilderness. We can’t wait to see Jennifer portray this powerful character!
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People are looking forward to the movie based off of the novel by Ron Rash because of the reuniting of stars Jennifer and Bradley. This is their third movie together in the past three years, and there’s no denying their amazing chemistry! Jennifer and Bradley will even share a steamy kiss!
Bradley’s character, George, dreams of building a timber empire with his tough and beautiful wife, Serena (Jennifer), who proves herself worthy to take charge with him. We cannot wait to see these two talented actors in action once again!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Do you think that this is Jennifer Lawrence’s toughest role yet? Will you see Serena in theaters? Let us know!
— Julianne Ishler