“An Evening in NYC: Jennifer Lawrence’s Cozy Date Night with Cooke Maroney, Spotted in a Chic Shoulder-Baring Sweater, Right Before Their Fourth Year Together”

Jennifer Lawrence was recently seen holding hands with her husband Cooke Maroney during a dinner date in Manhattan. The couple, who live in a luxurious townhouse worth $21.9 million in West Village, will soon be celebrating their fourth wedding anniversary on October 19. Despite her simple yet elegant look, the 33-year-old Oscar winner looked stunning in an oversized red sweater, tight blue jeans, and black ballet flats that exposed one of her shoulders. Prior to getting hitched with Maroney, Lawrence had previously dated Coldplay lead vocalist Chris Martin, director Darren Aronofsky, and X-Men co-star Nicholas Hoult. It was reportedly Gene Stupnitsky, the director of Lawrence’s movie “No Hard Feelings,” who introduced her to Maroney, who is a 39-year-old art dealer and director of Gladstone 64 gallery.

PDA moment! Jennifer Lawrence affectionately held the hand of her husband Cooke Maroney during their dinner date in Manhattan on Wednesday night not far from their $21.9M West Village townhouse

Cooke Maroney and Jennifer Lawrence were recently spotted on a romantic dinner date in Manhattan, with the couple displaying their affection by holding hands. Their lavish $21.9M West Village townhouse is located nearby. Fans of the actress can catch her in an upcoming R-rated comedy movie where she portrays a Craigslist escort hired by helicopter parents to satisfy their son’s desires. The film will be available for streaming on Netflix starting October 22, and it has grossed $87M globally while receiving a 71% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Jennifer is set to begin filming her next project, a movie adaptation of Ariana Harwicz’s novel Die, My Love. She’ll be portraying a mother who is battling with postpartum depression and bipolar disorder. The director, Lynne Ramsay, aims to address mental health issues in a humorous way with this film, which has been challenging amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

Still going strong! The 33-year-old Oscar winner (L) and the 39-year-old art dealer (R) - who are parents of 20-month-old son Cy - will next celebrate their fourth wedding anniversary on October 19

Looks like this couple is still going strong! The highly skilled Academy Award recipient (L) and her companion, who has a career as an art dealer (R), are proud parents to their adorable 20-month-old boy, Cy. As their fourth wedding anniversary approaches on October 19th, it seems they have no intention of slowing down anytime soon.

Casual look: Jennifer - who had a clean complexion and tidy bun - bared a single shoulder in an oversized red sweater, tight blue jeans, and black ballet flats

Jennifer was looking casual and at ease, flaunting her flawless skin and tidy bun. She pulled off an oversized crimson sweater that revealed one shoulder, along with snug-fitting denim pants and cozy black ballet flats.

Matchmaker: It was Lawrence's No Hard Feelings director Gene Stupnitsky (R, pictured June 15) who originally introduced her to Cooke, who's said to serve as director of Gladstone 64 gallery

Gene Stupnitsky, who directed the movie No Hard Feelings featuring Lawrence, took on the role of cupid and introduced the actress to Cooke. Cooke is a prominent figure in the art world, having directed at Gladstone 64 gallery.

Streaming soon! On October 22, Netflix will start streaming the R-rated raunchy movie, in which Jennifer stars as Craigslist escort paid by helicopter parents to date their Princeton-bound virginal 19-year-old son (Andrew Barth Feldman)

Mark your calendars for an exciting new addition to your movie list! Netflix is set to release a bold and mature-rated film on October 22nd, starring Jennifer as a Craigslist escort hired by over-cautious parents to introduce their 19-year-old virgin son to the dating scene before he begins his journey at Princeton University. This risqué and daring movie is not one to be overlooked!

Once the SAG-AFTRA strike ends, the Kentucky-born blonde will begin filming her role as a rural mother suffering from postpartum depression and struggling with her marriage in a big-screen adapation of Ariana Harwicz's 1969 novel Die, My Love

Following the resolution of the SAG-AFTRA strike, a new film production will commence with a lead character portrayed by a blonde actress hailing from Kentucky. The storyline follows a mother residing in a remote countryside setting who confronts challenges of postpartum depression and marital discord. The plot is adopted from the 1969 book authored by Ariana Harwicz, titled “Die, My Love.”

Director Lynne Ramsay (R, pictured August 18) told Variety: 'She just really responded to the material, which is hardcore in some ways, because it's about postnatal depression and bipolar [disorder]. But it's funny as well'

Lynne Ramsay, the director of the movie, mentioned that the lead actress was intrigued by the difficult topic the film explored. The movie delved into postnatal depression and bipolar disorder, but it also incorporated some lighthearted moments to balance the heavy subject matter.

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