We don’t know why this is even a thing, but Jennifer Lawrence is taking the critic’s “fat” remarks with class and humor! The “Winter’s Bone” beauty has laughed off suggestions that she looks chubby in The Hunger Games blockbuster.
The actress’ response?
“This is hilarious. First people say how so many actresses in Hollywood look anorexic, and now they are criticizing me for looking normal.”
That’s the ‘tude we like to hear! It seems the critics are just looking for something to complain about. They can have their skinny-minny, burger-deprived leading ladies, we at Gossip Overload would kill for Jennifer’s gorge facial features and soft curves. Have you SEEN the cover of Interview Magazine? Hubba-hubba!
We don’t see a “big-boned lady” (Jeffrey Wells) or any “lingering baby fat”(Todd McCarthy) here!
Feel free to email the guys above with the subject line “Your Mother Never Loved You”.
In other Hungry news, if you, like maybe one or two other people, were watching the film thinking “boy, I would LOVE to live in the barren town of District 12″, you are in luck! The Henry River Mill Village, covering 72 acres in Transylvania County, NC is up for sale. Abandoned almost completely since the 1960′s, producers commandeered it to shoot all the scenes in Katniss and Peeta’s hometown. There are about 20 buildings on the property, one being the company store which doubled as the Mellark Family’s bakery in the flashback scene.
Wade Shepard, 83, and owner of the now famous mill, doesn’t seem thrilled with the tourism the movie has brought in. “I’m getting too many visitors,” he says, “day and night, they’re driving through, taking pictures, getting out and walking. I’m just bombarded with people.”
Shepherd has put the village on the market for $1.4m, but since the next two film installments will likely need the location again for shooting, he’s hoping to sell it to a film industry buyer. What with the surge of tourism in Forks, Washington due to the success of the Twilight films, we’re guessing a Hunger Games Theme Park isn’t too for off. We can see the giant cornucopia fun house now!