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Jennifer Lawrence

  1. Hugh Jackman & Jennifer Lawrence Both Departing X-Men Very Very Soon

    Fare thee well, friends.

    All roles must eventually come to an end. X-Men: Apocalypse starts filming in April, and Hugh Jackman just instagrammed himself with Wolverine claws and a very bittersweet caption. Bye-bye, Hugh Jackman's Wolverine.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: The Periodic Table of Disney Is Scientifically Magical

    Somewhere hidden in this table is the secret of Disney consistently taking all of our money. It's science! (via Disney)

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  3. Jennifer Lawrence Cast as Steven Spielberg’s First Female Lead in 30 Years

    Welcome... to 1985 Park.

    1985: the entire Mary Sue staff—those of us who'd been born, anyway—were in diapers, the Nintendo Entertainment System first came to America, and Steven Spielberg had The Color Purple in theaters, starring Whoopi Goldberg. Yes, it's been that long since Steven Spielberg directed a movie with a female lead.

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  4. Lionsgate Wants To Do More Movies Based On The Hunger Games

    Fantastic Muttations And Where To Find Them

    Ahhh, Lionsgate. You are just desperate for a franchise on the level of what Warner Brothers has with Harry Potter, aren't you? First you get the rights to a young adult series, then you start talking two-part finales and theme parks and exhibitions, and now you want more? Peeta is not impressed.

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  5. Things We Saw Today: David Tennant Being The Best While Receiving An Award For Being David Tennant

    We love you David Tennant.

    David Tennant won the Special Recognition award at the National Television Awards, and gets visibly choked up as people like his father, Billie Piper, and Catherine Tate sing his praises. Stay flawless, Ten. (via Nerd Approved)

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  6. Mockingjay Is 2014′s Top-Grossing Film; Female-Led Films Take Top Spot Two Years in a Row

    On Wednesday night, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1 hit $333.2 million at the domestic box office, making it the highest-grossing film of 2014 - yep, even higher than Guardians of the Galaxy. I believe the film owes this honor partially to Natalie Dormer's shaved head (sorry, Karen Gillan's shaved head).

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  7. The Mary Sue’s Worst Moments in Female Fandom in 2014

    On the upside, we got to snark a lot. On the downside... everything.

    We try to see the positive in all situations around here at TMS, but occasionally, some things happen in fandom that we just have to call out. 2014 had a series of moments in which it didn't feel super-awesome to be a female fan of things like comics, cosplay, and video games, so let's take a look at the whole horrible list.

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  8. Jennifer Lawrence Is the Top Grossing Actor In Hollywood [Updated]

    The list is also entirely white.

    Looks like Sony pay disparities can't keep this woman down: Jennifer Lawrence has topped Forbes's list of top grossing actors, raking in more money at the box office than any other actor out there. There have been some definite bumpy spots for Lawrence in 2014, but she hasn't relinquished her hold on international audiences since the moment she signed on to play Katniss.

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  9. The Today Show Drops Amy Adams Segment After She Refuses to Discuss Sony Hack

    The Muppets are judging you, the Today Show.

    And here's why she's totally within her rights to refuse to talk about it and The Today Show were being jerks.

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  10. Google’s Top Search Data for 2014 Is Out and Just as Full of Frozen and Jennifer Lawrence as You’d Expect

    Let it Goooooooogle!

    Google has released its data for the top searches of 2014, so let's see if we can have some fun with it. In U.S. searches, Flappy Bird beat the Ice Bucket Challenge, while worldwide the ALS awareness stunt edged it out, and ALS also came in as the top "what is... ?" search. Now will the "it's self-serving and obnoxious!" complainers give it a rest?

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