UPDATE AT THE END.
A special screening of 'Catching Fire,' suggested by Jennifer Lawrence herself, will take place on November 20, days before it's release, of this year for 'a cause.'
The screening will benefit St. Mary's Center in Louisville, KY -- Lawrence's hometown.
St. Mary's is day training for adults with intellectual disabilities and the funds raised from the screening will benefit the new campus that is opening.
Lawrence has a good friend, Andy Struck, who will be attending the center.
Struck and Lawrence go way back to middle school where they became close. Their friendship has stayed strong and it has been evident that Lawrence enjoys helping and supporting her friend and others with disabilities.
Lawrence's mother, sister-in-law and Andy Struck visited a local news station to talk more about the event.
It was there that Lawrence's mother explained how proud she is of Jennifer and is still grounded even after being through Hollywood and back. She says that this idea was all Jennifer's and is one of the ways she can give back.
Tickets run from $125 - $1,000 for 8 reserved seats. The ticket gets everyone a bag full of movie memorabilia. Each level of the tickets are different.
More information can be found by calling 502-855-6942.
It's so refreshing to see actors using their popularity for a good cause. If you get to attend, please comment about your experience! I would love to feature it.
It has come to our attention that there is an actual website and foundation called The Jennifer Lawrence Foundation. Check the website out here and see how you can help.