Little Miss Jennifer Lawrence (“Winter’s Bone”) is a pretty busy little lady these days. Besides posing half-naked for men’s magazines (yay!), she’s co-starring in Matthew Vaughn’s “X-Men: First Class” as young Mystique and has a major role fronting a new, potential movie franchise in “The Hunger Games” coming up, which should give her even more, as it were, exposure.
And she will also be starring with Elisabeth Shue (left, now playing mother roles — sheesh, where has the time gone?) in “House at the End of the Street”, which as of today has ended up at Relativity Media for Stateside distribution.
A young girl moves to a new town with her mother. Upon arriving, she discovers her abode is right across the street from one in which a double murder occurred. Even eerier, she winds up befriending the bloodbath’s only survivor.
The film co-stars Max Thieriot (“My Soul to Take”), former “Ally McBeal” guy Gil Bellows, Nolan Gerard Funk, and Jonathan Malen.
Mark Tonderai (“Hush”) directs from a script by David Loucka, who is apparently something of an expert on movies revolving around houses of ill-repute, having also penned the Daniel Craig/Rachel Weisz house-based thriller “Dream House”.
Jennifer Lawrence, by the way, was recently in GQ.