Jennifer Lawrence is atop a mountain in the first poster for "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire." Lionsgate released the poster through the film's official Instagram account. The film, based on the series by Suzanne Collins, follows Katniss (Lawrence) and Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) after the conclusion of the 74th Hunger Games. Show More Summary
The world got its first glimpse of scenes from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire as the sequel’s first teaser trailer debuted at the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday. The second film, based on Suzanne Collin’s dystopian YA trilogy, finds heroine...Show More Summary
Last night, during the MTV Movie Awards, Lionsgate released the teaser trailer to The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Based on the 2009 Suzanne Collins novel, it follows the events of its predecessor, The Hunger Games. The 2012 hit, The...Show More Summary
"Chins up, smiles on." Wow. Lionsgate has unveiled the first full-length trailer for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, the sequel to The Hunger Games, adapted Suzanne Collins' bestselling sci-fi novels. Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence returns as Katniss, and Josh Hutcherson as Peeta, as well as Elizabeth Banks as Effie and many others. Show More Summary
We’re back to the sci-fi/fantasy/dystopia categories today, with some more heart-wrenching choices. Seed #2 Katniss Everdeen, The Hunger Games trilogy, by Suzanne Collins v. seed #3 Meg Murry, A Wrinkle in Time, by Madeline L’Engle Seed #6 Nanny Ogg, Discword series, by Terry Pratchett v. seed #2 Daenerys Targaryen, A Song of Ice and Fire series, by George R. R. Martin
After a rough week of massive eliminations, we’re down to 32 contenders. Your Top 32 Luna Lovegood, Harry Potter series, by J.K. Rowling Katniss Everdeen, The Hunger Games trilogy, by Suzanne Collins Meg Murray, A Wrinkle in Time, by Madeline L’Engle Lyra Belacqua, His Dark Materials trilogy, by Phillip Pullman Alice, Alice in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll Ella, Ella...
In alternate realities like Mass Effect's video game galaxy or Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games, all-purpose medicinal salves serve as a rapid cure-all for any ailment or injury Joe Landolina, a student at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University, is one step closer to bringing this medical cure to market. Show More Summary
Before The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins not only wrote for TV shows like Clarissa Explains It All and The Mystery
The Google Play store had this on sale, so the Kindle store is price matching it (though I have no idea how much longer the sale might last). But just $5 for the entire trilogy in an ebook omnibus is a great deal. I haven't had the urge to read it (yet), but I thought [...]
In a few years, the name James Dashner could be as well-known as J.K. Rowling, Stephanie Meyer, or Suzanne Collins. That's because his young adult novel The Maze Runner is getting the feature film treatment soon, directed by up-and-coming...Show More Summary
There’s two new posters for director Francis Lawrence‘s adaptation of Suzanne Collins‘ Catching Fire, the second installment of the immensely popular The Hunger Games trilogy. After Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) and Petra (Josh Hutcherson) win the 74th annual Hunger Games they are sent on a Victory Tour of the 12 districts. These are two of the [...]
Emmy-winning writer Danny Strong has begun writing the second half of 'Mockinjay,' the epic conclusion to Suzanne Collins' popular 'Hunger Games' trilogy.
“In my mind, the encircled bird on the cover of the 1978 Pocket Books edition of Play It As It Lays immediately recalled another: the mockingjay pin given to Katniss Everdeen at the start of Suzanne Collins’s The Hunger Games.” At Paper...Show More Summary
Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman explains why "The Hunger Games" films, despite their bloody premise, are actually good for kids, and why Suzanne Collins has written a special story.
Two women writing two trilogies garnering a lion's share of all book sales? Coincidence? I thought so until I received a telephone call from Bruce Watson a private investigator who specializes in uncovering improprieties in the publishing industry.
Three characters from Suzanne Collins' book will not be seen in this upcoming sequel. [...]
As the mother of three young girls, Ellen Oh is constantly on the lookout for good books that showcase female empowerment. She's found a few here and there -- say, The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins, The Girl of...
Jennifer Lawrence has had a banner year, and 2013 may be even better. This spring, she wowed audiences as Katniss in the film adaptation of The Hunger Games, based on the trilogy by Suzanne Collins. Then she made TIME movie critic Richard...Show More Summary
A video mashup of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit with Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games by the folks from Flashback Films. Enjoy! [flashbackmovie] No related posts.
Suzanne Collins and The Hunger Games dominated Facebook this year, her trilogy taking the first, second and third spots on Facebook’s Most Read Books of 2012 list. Above, you can see Facebook’s infographic about the top books of 2012. Show More Summary