Looks like David O. Russell's gonna have to find himself another
muse hot piece of ass to perv over. Gary Ross directed Jennifer Lawrence in The Hunger Games, and the pair now has a further two films together on the horizon. One of the two is an adaptation of Hannah Kent's novel Burial Rites, about a young woman in 1829 Iceland accused of murder. The other is, ostensibly, the more high-profile: a new version of John Steinbeck's East of Eden. You may remember Elia Kazan's famous 1955 version starring James Dean. Ross is attached, as is producer Brian Grazer, and word has it that Ross is keen to recruit Jennifer Lawrence to star as the mother of the two farmer's sons who compete for their father's attention. It's rumoured that Ross has plans to make two films out of the novel.