Jennifer Lawrence has been tipped for another lead part in another David O Russell film.
Lawrence, 23, is being considered for the piece of US single mum turned business person, Joy Mangano, in an untitled biopic. The Hunger Games star is required to play the Miracle Mop innovator in a female strengthening tale about the noteworthy way of life transforms she encounters.
Annie Mumolo, co-essayist of 2012 hit comic drama Bridesmaids, has penned the content, while John Davis, John Fox and Ken Mok are delivering.
Industry insider The Hollywood Reporter has affirmed that Russell is in early converses with Fox 2000. The chief has worked with Lawrence on two of her best motion pictures to date – Silver Linings Playbook, which won her the Best Actress Oscar in 2013, and American Hustle, which sees her up for Best Supporting Actress on 2 March.
Lawrence is currently tied-up with the next two instalments of Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games franchise, Mockingjay Part 1 and Part 2. She has also committed to a movie adaptation of John Steinbeck’s East of Eden, a project of Hunger Games director Gary Ross. This year’s Oscars see O Russell’s American Hustle competing in 10 categories alongside the other main contenders, Gravity and 12 Years A Slave.
Lawrence will be hoping to avoid a repeat of the 2013 ceremony, when she tripped up the stairs while en route to collect her Best Actress trophy.