Jennifer Lawrence

Man jailed for hacking into Jennifer Lawrence's online account

Edward Majerczyk, 29, stole private information, including nude videos and photos.

He was accused of organising a phishing scheme that tricked victims into giving him usernames and passwords.

Majerczyk, from Chicago, was ordered to pay one unnamed celebrity £4,900 after their photos were later shared online.

He wasn't charged or accused of selling or posting the material online.

He pleaded guilty last year to one count of unauthorised access to a protected computer to obtain information.

No victims' names were mentioned in the court documents.

Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt are everywhere

The movie stars are killing the game on their press tour for the film "Passengers."

Between Pratt cutting Lawrence out of photos and their joint interviews, it's literally been a laugh a minute with these two.

And now the co-stars are trying to out insult each other.

Pratt and Lawrence appeared on BBC 1 Radio where they indulged in a bit of "Playground Insults."

The goal was to offend the other person to the point of cracking them up.

"Why did they call it Joy?" Pratt said, getting off an early zinger.

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Jennifer Lawrence says she meant 'no disrespect' for Hawaii story

However, a recent "butt scratching" story she told on the BBC's "The Graham Norton Show" seemed to cross the line for a lot of her fans.

Lawrence was on the notoriously bawdy talk show with her "Passengers" co-star Chris Pratt, when she recalled an itchy incident she had while filming the second "Hunger Games" movie.

"We were filming in Hawaii and there were sacred rocks, and you're not supposed to sit on them," she said. "I was in a wetsuit that whole shoot and oh my God, they were so good for butt itching!"

Lynsey Addario: The fearless photographer who often risks her life for the truth

The photographer's memoir "It's What I Do: A Photographer's Life of Love and War" has been optioned by Warner Bros., with Steven Spielberg attached as director and the world's highest paid actress to star.

It would be an understatement to say that Addario has had an eventful career so far.

Highest-paid actresses 2016: Jennifer Lawrence banks $46 million

Lawrence’s impressive earnings consist largely of a profit slice from the big box office gross ($653.4 million) of her final Hunger Games installment and a mammoth upfront fee for the forthcomingPassengers. Her total is down 11.5% from $52 million in 2015, but she remains the girl on fire, financially speaking.

Jennifer Lawrence is once again the highest paid actress

"The Hunger Games" star banked $46 million before taxes over 12 months, making her the highest-paid actress for the second year in a row.

Jennifer Lawrence not in a hurry

"No, of course not!" the Oscar winner told me yesterday at the premiere of her new dramedy Joy when I asked if she'll be making an appearance. "That can't be true. It's too soon."

Lionsgate vice chairman Michael Burns reportedly said at the recent UBS Global Media and Communications Conference that the studio was looking at the possibility of developing prequels to the hit franchise because he said it had the potential to live on like the Harry Potter franchise.

Jennifer Lawrence Joins 'Hunger Games' Co-Stars in Handprint Ceremony

Movie fans will now be able to walk all over Jennifer Lawrence. 

The actress joined Hunger Games co-stars Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth for a ceremony at the TCL Chinese Theatre in L.A. on Saturday, where they imprinted their hands and shoes in cement in a classic rite of Hollywood passage.

"I did not know we were going to have to make a speech," Lawrence, who plays Katniss, told the crowd. "We're very grateful — I think I can say that on behalf of everyone here. Anyway, Liam?" she playfully continued, quickly passing the buck to Hemsworth (Gale).

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