Jennifer Lawrence looks scared in the first image from House At The End Of The Street

Jennifer Lawrence in House at the End of the Street

Jennifer Lawrence is probably chilling out this weekend, waiting to see exactly how many tons of cash THE HUNGER GAMES is going to make.  After that, then Jennifer Lawrence will have her pick of roles and I’m assuming at that point, she won’t be doing movies like HOUSE AT THE END OF THE STREET.  Jennifer Lawrence’s resume is padded with great, popular films like X-MEN: FIRST CLASS and WINTER’S BONE, so there’s really no need for her to do small thrillers like this.  That said, you can check out the first image from the film above, featuring a slightly inappropriate shot of Jennifer Lawrence’s cleavage.  Really?  Is this really the first image you want of your film?  And to release it on the day that THE HUNGER GAMES comes out, no less.

In the film, Jennifer Lawrence plays a young woman that moves next door to a house that was the site of a series of horrendous murders several years ago.  She soon learns that the family’s lone surviving son is still living in the house and begin to strike up an unlikely friendship, that starts to get romantic.  But soon, she starts to uncover some of the family’s secrets and she realizes everything is not as it seems.  In the picture above, director Mark Tonderai (HUSH) revealed to EntertainmentWeekly that Jennifer Lawrence’s character has “basically managed to get into Max’s house, waiting for his character, and she’s made a discovery there about his family and is trying to hide before her presence is detected”.  Pretty cryptic, but if you’ve ever seen a horror movie, you can probably guess where this is going.

Along with Jennifer Lawrence, the film stars Elisabeth Shue, Max Thieriot, Gil Bellows, Nolan Gerard Funk and Krista Bridges.  HOUSE AT THE END OF THE STREET will hit theaters on September 21st.  In the meantime, check out Jennifer Lawrence in THE HUNGER GAMES, which opened today.

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