It’s almost time for “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2” to demolish box office records, and Lionsgate just debuted the final preview trailer. Directed by Francis Lawrence and written by Peter Craig and Danny Strong, the popular franchise’s...Show More Summary
Nothing can prepare you for the end. Bold tagline. Lionsgate has released the flashy final poster artwork for Francis Lawrence's The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2, the conclusion and grand finale in the Hunger Games series that started in 2012. Show More Summary
Please make Gaiman fans proud! News by Raine Winters With The Hunger Games film saga coming to an end, director Francis Lawrence must be ravenous for a new project—and he might’ve found it in the television adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s...Show More Summary
Our TV’s are about to be chock full of Gaiman. Read more...
The Hunger Games has been good to director Francis Lawrence. His career was set in a new, more firm direction by the success of the second film in the franchise, and he’s soon to see the release of his third Hunger Games movie, and the final movie in the film series. Show More Summary
Mark Gordon has teamed with Hunger Games director Francis Lawrence and Lawrence’s long-time producing partner and manager Erwin Stoff for two drama series projects, Neverwhere, an adaptation of fantasy writer Neil Gaiman's BBC miniseries and subsequent novel; and House of Thieves, based on the just-released mystery novel by Charles Belfoure. Show More Summary
Jennifer Lawrence is eyeing the lead role in 'Red Sparrow', which would reunite her with 'Hunger Games' director Francis Lawrence.
Jennifer Lawrence might be re-teaming with 'Hunger Games' director Francis Lawrence for 'Red Sparrow,' and here's why she's already ready.
Word on the street is Jennifer Lawrence is eye-balling the lead in her Mockingjay director's next project, Red Sparrow. Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Hunger Games Mockingjay Parts 1 & 2 director Francis Lawrence...Show More Summary
The Hunger Games franchise ends with Mockingjay – Part 2 this fall, but director Francis Lawrence and star Jennifer Lawrence‘s professional relationship may continue. As Francis Lawrence nears a deal to direct Red Sparrow — a spy thriller...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: There is no deal for her this early, but I hear Jennifer Lawrence is orbiting Red Sparrow, an adaptation of the Jason Matthews espionage novel at Fox. The hope is for her to re-team on the project with Francis Lawrence, her director on The Hunger Games: Mockingjay–Parts 1 and the upcoming 2. Show More Summary
Francis Lawrence makes it worth the wait for fans with the movie's action-packed scenes and realistic production.
Image via Fox The Wrap is reporting that Oscar-nominated actor Hugh Jackman is in early talks with Lionsgate to star in the lead role of Odysseus for Director Francis Lawrence's film adaptation of the Greek poem, "The Odyssey." NewsShow More Summary
One day I will spell “Odyssey” correctly without help. Read more...
'X-Men' and 'Wolverine' Star Hugh Jackman is in talks to take on the lead in director Francis Lawrence's 'The Odyssey'.
The Wolverine star would play Odysseus in Francis Lawrence's adaptation of the epic poem The post Hugh Jackman Eyes Lionsgate’s Odyssey Movie appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Hugh Jackman may have found his next big-budget franchise, just as he prepares to sheathe those Wolverine claws for good. He’s reportedly looking to lead Francis Lawrence‘s adaptation of the epic Greek poem The Odyssey, envisioned as a multiple-film series for Lionsgate. Show More Summary
The "X-Men" star is in talks to play a different kind of hero in director Francis Lawrence’s adaptation of the Greek epic.
Hunger Games Mockingjay director Francis Lawrence is helming an adaptation of Homer's Odyssey and is eyeballing none other than Wolverine for his lead. Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. High School English teachers...Show More Summary
Now that the Hunger Games movies are just about done, director Francis Lawrence is making plans for post-Panem life. One project on his radar is Red Sparrow, a spy thriller that previously had Darren Aronofsky and then David Fincher circling. Show More Summary