Jennifer Lawrence’s biggest hits are on Apple TV+, including Hunger Games


Jennifer Lawrence's biggest hits are on Apple TV+, including 'Hunger Games'
Five of best Jennifer Lawrence films are now on Apple TV+.
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To celebrate the launch of Causeway on Apple TV+, the streaming service is now offering five other movies starring Jennifer Lawrence. That includes all four Hunger Games films.

It’s part of a recent move by Apple to temporarily add already-released movies to its catalogue.

More Jennifer Lawrence on Apple TV+

Lawrence’s latest project is Causeway, in which she plays a recovering Afghanistan war veteran trapped in New Orleans. It debuted Friday on Apple’s streaming service.

Her career really took off back in 2012 with the Hunger Games. Fans of the actress with an Apple TV+ subscription can now watch all four entries in the series.

The other movie that helped launch Jennifer Lawrence to stardom is Silver Linings Playbook. This is also now available from the streaming service.

A slight change of strategy

Since its debut in 2019, Apple TV+ has received both praise and criticism for focusing on original content. With few exceptions, the shows and movies available are produced for Apple. While this helps keep up the level of quality, it also means the selection is slim, especially when compared to Netflix or Disney+.

Apple’s new answer is to temporarily add classic movies to its catalogue. These are in some way linked to a new movie from Apple TV+. Hence the collection of Jennifer Lawrence films now available.

Follow any of these direct links to start watching:

Don’t wait. These are labeled by Apple as “a limited-time subscriber bonus” and will only be available through November 30.


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