HOLLYWOOD, California (The Adobo Chronicles, San Francisco Bureau) – They felt they were duped, made to believe that their idol, Josh Hutchinson, who played the lead character opposite Jennifer Lawrence in ‘The Hunger Games’ series, was straight.
‘They’ are the fans of the blockbuster movie who have followed the series through thick and thin, and continued to hope for another sequel after the last ‘Mockingbird, Part 2.’
Hutchinson, in a recent interview, revealed that he was open to dating men, a revelation that devastated the fans, including Lawrence herself.
The fans are reportedly preparing to file a class action lawsuit against the producers of ‘The Hunger Games’ for emotional distress and what they are calling a “Hollywood deception of epic proportions.”
It wasn’t clear whether or not Lawrence would be joining the class-action lawsuit. Stay tuned.
HOLLYWOOD, California (The Adobo Chronicles) – During a backstage press conference at last night’s Golden Globes, Jennifer Lawrence, who won Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy film, scolded a foreign journalist for looking at his phone while asking a question of the “Joy” star.
“You can’t live your whole life behind your phone, bro,” she said to a male journalist whose first language was apparently not English. He was reading his question — translated from his native language to English — from his smart phone.
After the press conference, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) scolded back Lawrence for being rude and insensitive, especially given the fact that her award came from a FOREIGN press association whose members consider English as a second, or third language.
“Apparently, Miss Lawrence thinks that if one can’t speak English, or has a foreign accent, he or she does not have any business asking her a question at a press conference in an awards show,” HFPA said.
New York, New York (The Adobo Chronicles) – In the aftermath of nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence and other celebrities appearing on social media, technology giants Apple, Google, Facebook and other companies all vowed to institute more security measures to prevent similar occurences in the future.
Conservative columnist Ann Coulter is not happy. She says that limiting what people can download or hack from iCloud and other file servers is a blatant violation of the First Amendment. “As a journalist, I categorically oppose any attempt to curtail my freedom of speech, expression and public display of beauty,” Coulter said.
Coulter admitted to The Adobo Chronicles that she had personally and willingly uploaded her own nude photos to her iCloud account in the hopes that someone would hack it and post the photos on social media. That has not happened so far. She is very disappointed but remains hopeful that someone will eventually discover her nude photos.
Calls to Apple, Google abd Facebook for comment were not returned.