While the internet has been abuzz with who will replace director Gary Ross for The Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire, with Francis Lawrence receiving an official offer to direct the film just yesterday, the box office has still been dominated by the first film in the franchise. For those who haven't been keeping track, the film has actually sat atop the box office for four weeks in a row, and the last two films to do that were a couple indies called The Dark Knight and Avatar.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire set a new Thanksgiving holiday record at the box office. Director Francis Lawrence’s follow-up to the 2012 hit amassed an impressive $110.1 million during its five-day run in North America. The sequel... Read Post
After narrowing down the field to two possible contenders earlier this week, Lionsgate has finally settled on a new director to replace Gary Ross for its Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire. Francis Lawrence has just received the offe... Read Post