Liam Hemsworth can currently be seen fighting a totalitarian state in the Hunger Games series, but once it’s over he could move on to more otherworldly enemies. The Aussie actor has reportedly received an offer for the Independence Day sequel, titled ID Forever. Show More Summary
Jennifer Lawrence was cast as Katniss Everdeen in the Hunger Games franchise back in 2011, and she quickly rose to international stardom. Coupled with her kooky personality and Oscar-winning streak, she has created an immense and dedicated fan base that idolizes her. Show More Summary
You have to give Jennifer Lawrence credit: she knows how to be memorable so you don’t forget her. That’s an important trait in a celebrity! On Saturday night she attended the Producer’s Guild Awards. She presented an award to Jon Feltheimer, the CEO of Lionsgate. That’s the studio that makes ‘The Hunger Games.’ RELATED: Jennifer […]
The classic scenario goes something like, If we were the last two people on earth… In “Z for Zachariah,” based on the book by the same name, that’s sort of the case. And then another dude shows up. But let’s back up. The film opens on the most gorgeous landscape. Show More Summary
It was an evening to be remembered, but, as her fans can attest, any event attended by Jennifer Lawrence becomes memorable for the actress’ frankness and unique brand of humor, if not for the event itself and the Producers Guild Awards, held last night, was no exception. Show More Summary
Post by Lisa Fogarty. Jennifer Lawrence hates making public speeches and she makes no bones about that. The first thing she said when she hit the stage at the Producers Guild Awards to present an award to Lionsgate's CEO Jon Felthheimer was that she should have taken a "Xanax" before the event. Show More Summary
Last night was the 26th Annual Producer’s Guild of America Awards. ‘The Hunger Games’ star Jennifer Lawrence, who’s had a quiet awards season since this is the first time in two years she hasn’t been nominated for anything, made her first red carpet appearance of the season. She should be at the Oscars, too, as […]
This guy really knows his stuff! Danish man Lars Andersen is totally into archery, and he's showing the world why Hollywood has got it all wrong. Between movies like The Hunger Games and any of the Lord of the Rings flicks, audiences are getting their fill of fighting with bows and arrows these days. But sadly, we've [...]
It was fun while it lasted. But after several months in the top spot, Guardians of the Galaxy is no longer the top grossing movie of 2014. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 overtook the Marvel film Wednesday when it passed the $333.17 million Guardians grossed domestically. Show More Summary
The former producer talks about his niche-to-mass strategy and what's next in the YA space on the eve of receiving the PGA Awards' highest honor. read more
It’shardtomeasureamovie’sworthindollars,butwhenthosedollarsapproximate$333.2million,it’ssomethingworthconsidering.Forthesecondyearintherow,aHungerGamesmoviehasreachedthesummitoftheboxofficecharts,edgingoutoverGuardianstobecomethetop-grossingfilm...Show More Summary
On Wednesday night, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1 hit $333.2 million at the domestic box office, making it the highest-grossing film of 2014 - yep, even higher than Guardians of the Galaxy. I believe the film owes this honor partially to Natalie Dormer's shaved head (sorry, Karen Gillan's shaved head).
The Hunger Games fav Stanley Tucci, pictured, has contracted for the villain role in Screen Gems’ Patient Zero, starring opposite Natalie Dormer and Matt Smith, writes Deadline. Stefan Ruzowitzky is directing the Mike Le-scripted action thriller, and Vincent Newman is producing. In Patient Zero, “an unprecedented global pandemic of a super strain of rabies has […]
If one thing is certain in Hollywood, it's seq uels. This year, more than two dozen movie sequels will hit theaters. Some of these sequels make sense, like "Avengers: Age of Ultron" and "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2." Others seem...Show More Summary
The final tally's in, and Katniss is the winner Film Hunger Games Hunger Games Mockingjay Jennifer Lawrence Guardians of the Galaxy
Hell freakin' YEAH! You go, Jennifer Lawrence! 2014 makes it the SECOND year in a row that a female-lead movie was the top of the box office! The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1 surpassed Guardians of the Galaxy on Wednesday the 21st as the film that made the most money at the U.S. box office released [...]
Thanks to over $333 million in box office sales, The Hunger Games Mockingjay – Part 1 has edged out Guardians of the Galaxy to become the highest grossing film of 2014. Katniss continues to reign supreme. Read more...
Fans can go behind-the-scenes with a feature-length documentary plus featurettes and deleted scenes on the 'Mockingjay' DVD and Blu-ray. [...]
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 nudged out Guardians of The Galaxy for the top spot as the highest grossing domestic release of 2014. According to Variety magazine, this is the Hunger Games franchise second year in a row in the number one slot. Show More Summary
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