Mother! Has a Worst-Possible 'F' on CinemaScore

When Jennifer was asked about how she'd be spending her time now she's not acting, the actress fumbled and said she may "start making pots" before joking: 'I'll see you in six months'. She not just tore her stomach from shouting so much, yet she additionally separated a rib amid one especially tiring scene.

Audiences rejected the film, slapping it with the dreaded "F" CinemaScore (note: other films to receive the same failing grade from audiences include Andrew Dominik's Killing Them Softly and Steven Soderbergh's Solaris; do with that what you will) and staying away in droves.

JENNIFER Lawrence has revealed she's taking a break from being a blockbuster film star to pursue the calmer pastime of pottery.

That is the lowest wide release opening ever for Jennifer Lawrence, according to comScore.


As far as Lawrence is concerned, her director (and current boyfriend) Aronofsky knew what he was doing.

Record-setting horror film "It" continued its winning ways over the weekend, accounting for almost three times the combined ticket sales of the next two films in North American theaters, industry websites reported Monday. I'm not sure if this is supposed to take place the way it is.

Jen is dating Mother! director Darren Aranofsky and was previously in a relationship with actor Nicholas Hoult also admitted that there was a time when her fame left her "angry and resentful". "She enlightened me once regarding the Kardashians".

"It", the Warner Bros. adaptation of the popular Stephen King horror novel, brought in an estimated $60 million in its second weekend of release in North America.


Speaking to Entertainment Weekly magazine, Darren said: "I think I knew it was going to be a lot of stuff. I'm also guilty, I'm not any better".

"I don't really plan on getting married", She said to Sawyer. "D's and F's, they shouldn't have made the movie, or they promoted it amusing and the absolute wrong crowd got into it", he said.

From the beginning of the movie, we start feeling a odd atmosphere in the environment of the characters.



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