Watch: Two Fresh TV Spots for 'Joy' Featuring Jennifer Lawrence

November 30, 2015
Source: YouTube

Joy Movie TV Spots

"This has a chance to change all of our lives…" 20th Century Fox has debuted a few new TV spots this last month for the upcoming release of David O. Russell's new film Joy, starring Jennifer Lawrence as Joy Mangano, the young single mother who invents the Miracle Mop. David O. also reunites with Robert De Niro and Bradley Cooper (the same trio from both of Russell's Silver Linings Playbook and American Hustle previously), plus the ensemble cast of Joy includes Edgar Ramirez, Isabella Rossellini, Diane Ladd, and Virginia Madsen. The film started showing to critics this past weekend and seems to be getting some good buzz. Now they're reading to roll it out to the public coming up this Christmas. Still interested?

Here's the two new TV spots for David O. Russell's Joy, direct from 20th Century Fox's YouTube:

Joy, both written and directed by David O. Russell, tells the wild story of a family across four generations centered on the girl who becomes the woman (Lawrence) who founds a business dynasty and becomes a matriarch in her own right. Betrayal, treachery, the loss of innocence and the scars of love, pave the road in this intense emotional and human comedy about becoming a true boss of family and enterprise facing a world of unforgiving commerce. Allies become adversaries and adversaries become allies, both inside and outside the family, as Joy’s inner life and fierce imagination carry her through the storm she faces. Like David O. Russell's previous films (The Fighter, Silver Linings Playbook, American Hustle), Joy defies genre to tell a story of family, loyalty, and love. Arrives in theaters on Christmas Day, December 25th, this year.

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  • Bo
    Ugh! Same ole, same ole. The tone of these trailers and for this movie is the same sappy, appeal to the herd mentality of what life, family, etc. is as Russell's and Lawrence's two previous films. Hated them and look like I will this one also as the trailer turned me way, way off. The way the both of them portray life to please and satisfy the masses is so phony without any truth or realism while reeking of 'look at how clever' we all are doing this aren't we wonderful' I'm surprised at how many people fall for it. An associate of mine, a working character actor, revealed to me that he cried, he cried, during Silver Lining Playbook. Jeez! A grown man and actor who has been working solid for 35 yrs. Unbelievable. Well, I'm sure there are many more on this site who love 'JLaw' and these movies than there are who share my opinion of them! Nothing new to me as it all started with me hating the original Rocky and Stallone while suffering greatly from that courageous stance!...lol...(irony, sports fans...irony)
    • Patrick Downing
      Your lack of success is due to your chronic negativity. Only losers run down winners.
      • Bo
        Thus spoke Patrick (the 'winner', right?...lol...) pulling the mentality of labeling people winners and losers down to the lower reaches of the masses. That's where that menaliy resides, Patrick. By the way, how did you conclude any lack of success concerning me? You don't have a clue because you don't know me. And is Have Hope's comment above 'negative' also for also growing tired of this lady and director and having the intelligence to see it's the same schtick all the time? Eh Patrick? Also David's comment above also saying the same thing as it being the film seems to be the same again? What're you missing, Patrick, besides the ability to assimulate the reality that people have differing opinions then your own and...and...they might even be more intelligent and correct? Eh? Ummmmmm.... Winners and losers...wow...I find it hard to believe that you would even post such silliness. I reckon you ought to join Charlie Sheen and start being a 'winner' and drink his 'tiger blood'. Man oh man oh man...I am constantly surprised by some of the remarks I get in these comment sections.
    • Have Hope
      I too am growing tired of this lady and this director. Same schtick all the time.
      • Bo
        Thank you for sharing that. I really get some pretty silly and immature and angry responses to feeling exactly as you so well stated in your response. Lots and lots of people like these movies and apparently there are also some of us who tire of these two and their same schtick over and over. It wasn't very good the first time out, in my most humble of opinion...lol...let alone over and over and over again....Take care and thanks again for your courageous stance in stating it how you see it.
        • Have Hope
          Bro, it's not even about being courageous, it's not a crime to have an opinion. And this Lawrence girl is just the new cool kid on the block and this director is just using all her juices by rolling out the same thing over and over again, and as you said, people are just eating it all up.
          • Bo
            Yea, I know. I was trying to be a little ironic with the courageous bit as it seems, particularly on this site, if you offer an opinion different than the general consensus the folks here get mighty upset and respond rather rudely with anger and great insecurity and immaturity....pity, but so it sometimes goes. So your original comment was a real breath of fresh air for me. As was your reply to me. Thanks.
          • Have Hope
            Thing though, you are not allowed to say anything negative about Ms. Lawrence, since she's "real" and such a great personality and talent.
          • Bo
            You're right. The masses do need their icons and heroes and to reject the popular 'one' is taking a risk...lol...thing is people seem to forget she is an 'actress'. On the red carpet...on talk shows...she's 'acting'. It's so obvious she's just playing another character....JLaw...that it makes me want to just shake the herd by she shoulders and scream...'wake up, wake up...it's all artifice...it's all pretense'....but no...waste of time so let them alone to suffer their illusions...and their slings and arrows when you voice and contrary perception of her to theirs. Righto cheerio?...later gator...
    Seems like it will be a solid, uplifting, holiday piece. Nothing really special except for Lawrence's acting. I really enjoy Russell's latest works, but he seems to be playing at more of the same with this one.




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