The Hunger Games: Mockinjay is reportedly searching for middle aged extras, as the second part in the franchise, Catching Fire continues to do well at the box office. The third installment of the saga is currently being filmed in Atlanta, where the big stars have been spotted recently going to the studio to work on... Show More Summary
Sony Pictures has released the first official trailer for The Hungover Games, an upcoming parody film directed by Josh Stolberg based on The Hunger Games and The Hangover. The movie is about a group of hungover guys that get lost in a death match game. It stars Jamie Kennedy (Justmitch), Tara Reid (Effing), Rita Volk [...]
Friends of Edith Hamilton, break out the amphorae, pour the libation, raise the goblets. One of the most famous and frightening of the Greek myths lives on—vividly—in our 21st century literature. A key component of the megablockwhopperbuster Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins comes straight from the archetypal mist. Show More Summary
2013 was an incredible year for Jennifer Lawrence. She all-but swept awards season with her performance in Silver Linings Playbook, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire broke box office records when it hit the big screen, and she's had aShow More Summary
Lionsgate's "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" may have started out strong, but the big-budget sequel appears to be losing momentum in the U.S. Here's what investors need to know.
The 3-D film Frozen has, well, frozen The Hunger Games: Catching Fire in its tracks. The Disney animated feature gained momentum in its second week, banking $31.6 million to surpass the young adult mega-hit's $27 million at the weekend box office, the LA Times reports. To be fair, Catching...
Well, there wasn’t much to this week’s box office, except for a win for Frozen in taking the top slot as it didn’t fall quite as hard as The Hunger Games: Catching Fire did. But things are going to pick up next week with the release of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, so there’s [...]
I recently was blown away by The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, in all its Imax glory. A few days later I found myself chatting with some colleagues, one of whom was re-reading Far From the Madding Crowd, the Thomas Hardy … Continue reading ?
Disney's computer animated movie Frozen topped the weekend's movie box office receipts at an estimated $31.6 million, enough to eclipse Lionsgate's Hunger Games: Catching Fire, which ended the three-day frame with $27 million, Variety reports. Show More Summary
Three of the week's top five movies are local, while 'Gravity' and 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' continue to pull in crowds. Domestic movies dominated the box office in China for week Dec. 2-8, with homegrown fare – No Man's Land, The...Show More Summary
Even a snowstorm didn’t freeze the box office sales for Disney’s Frozen. However, it did diffuse the sparks flying around The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. After three long weeks of dominance at the box office, Catching Fire has officially been knocked down to the No. Show More Summary
Combining the narratives from The Hunger Games and The Hangover, The Hungover Games follows four guys at a bachelor party who wake up on their way to a battle to the death. The parody pokes fun at more than just the two films that help...Show More Summary
Last month, Cookie Monster and the good folks at Sesame Street gave us their take on celebrated child-hunting trilogy The Hunger Games and today they’re back to tackle an even more ambitious project. In a sweeping, minutes-long epic,...Show More Summary
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire drops to second place with $27 million. Out of the Furnace opens in third place with $5.3 million. [...]
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Three reasons why Katniss Everdeen would dazzle as a CEO I recently saw the second Hunger Games movie and, at the risk of sounding ridiculously melodramatic, it brought to mind my first four years of running The Grommet. If you haven’t...Show More Summary
Disney's latest effort, Frozen, overtook Catching Fire this weekend for the first time in the three weeks they've both been in theaters. The animated feature earned $31.6 million in comparison with the Hunger Games sequel's $27 million,...Show More Summary
Sesame Street has awesomely followed up their recent Hunger Games and Homeland parodies with a Lord Of The Rings parody just in time for The Hobbit: The Discoteque of Swag‘s opening this Friday. Legend speaks of a dessert unimaginably sweet and delicious, and when it was destroyed all that remained was the dessert’s powerful recipe. Show More Summary
No one asked for a spoof that merges The Hangover and The Hunger Games with additional references to Django Unchained and Ted, but that’s too bad, because we got one anyway. So here you go: the trailer for The Hungover Games, a parody film that combines drunken bachelor party antics with dystopian child warfare. Show More Summary
In his analysis of the problems (real and falsely perceived) with the “pink aisle,” MovieBob has some things to say about “The Hunger Games”—namely that it reinforces an outdated notion of male = good and female = bad by giving its heroine stereotypically masculine traits and the Capitol stereotypically feminine ones. Watch MovieBob explain why [...]