Susan Collins, a Republican Senator from Maine—not to be confused with Suzanne Collins, Hunger Games author, who is probably thrilled at the looming prospect of dystopia—published an op-ed in the Washington Post on Monday explaining why she will break from her party and not support GOP presidential candidate Donald "Titties" Trump. Show More Summary
Variety recently reported that Lionsgate Films CEO Jon Feltheimer is interested in making more Hunger Games films, even though Suzanne Collins, author of the books on which the Hunger Games movies are based, is clearly done with the universe of Panem, the setting for The Hunger Games installments. Show More Summary
The titular games are themselves a reality TV show, after all, and (writes Alyssa Rosenberg) the franchise “feels uneasily resonant today not because [author of the books Suzanne] Collins treated reality programming as a diversion from more important things, but because she recognized the extent to which reality TV would capture our politics and become […]
Stephen Colbert paid tribute to the latest fallen “tribute” in his “Hungry For Power Games.” The recurring Late Show skit, based on the movie franchise that’s based on the popular Suzanne Collins novels, gets dusted off by Colbert whenever a presidential campaign bites the dust: Tonight! @BernieSanders: The Tribute who lived. Show More Summary
Directed by: Francis Lawrence; Runtime: 137 minutes Grade: B- The writing was on the wall as soon as the announcement was made: that the third book in Suzanne Collins' Hunger Games series, "Mockingjay", would be split into two films....Show More Summary
Last fall brought the end of The Hunger Games franchise, or at least the end of the franchise as far as adapting any existing books written by Suzanne Collins (Lionsgate wants to make some prequels). But for some, The Hunger Game: Mockingjay Part 2 didn’t deliver the satisfying conclusion that we were all hoping for. Show More Summary
The Hunger Games has been one of the most popular film franchises of the past decade and is actually the 15th highest grossing in franchise history. The tale of Katniss Everdeen is from the novel trilogy by Suzanne Collins, and although there is no another book that acts a prequel to the action fans have... Show More Summary
Suzanne Collins is the Director of Operations and Campaigns for Women For Election. She writes for us about the success of female candidates in the 2016 General Election. In 1990, the newly elected Irish President Mary Robinson who was the first woman to be elected to the office, thanked her voters the ‘women of Ireland, more...
Suzanne Collins is the Director of Campaigns and Operations for the organisation Women for Election. As candidate selections continue apace for the Assembly elections in May, potential members of the 32nd Dáil are already out of the traps. As TDs hightailed it out of Leinster House on Wednesday morning, RTÉ correspondents caught up with some more...
The odds are ever in favor that Effie Trinket is about to blow your mind. "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2" stuck pretty closely to Suzanne Collins' final novel in the series, but one big moment had book readers really freaking out: Effie Trinket and Haymitch Abernathy's big kiss. It's a 'ship fans have wanted for a while. Show More Summary
One might think that after stretching Suzanne Collins’ bestselling young-adult trilogy into a lucrative cinematic tetralogy, Lionsgate would be satisfied that it had squeezed every bit of narrative (and money) from the pages of The Hunger Games. Show More Summary
It has been widely speculated that Lionsgate is looking to extend its Hunger Games franchise after its fourth and final film based on Suzanne Collins’ trilogy, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part II, opened and has dominated the box office for the past three weekends and currently stands at $524.2 million in global box office. Show More Summary
The film in the running for longest-named movie ever, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2, has been out in theaters for a few weeks now, and while it has obviously made money and put a cap on the cinematic version of Suzanne Collins’ novelized story, lots of folks who have seen it are finding more […]
As you know, Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 opened last weekend. It’s the Hobbited trilogy of the books by Suzanne Collins and stars our spirit celebrity Jennifer Lawrence, along with Liam Hemsworth (who used to be our favorite Hemsworth, but we can’t pick just one anymore), Josh Hutcherson (he’s Anya’s favorite of all), Elizabeth Banks, […]
Suzanne Collins, author of The Hunger Games book series, said goodbye to the film franchise by publishing a lengthy yet touching letter. Author Suzanne Collins has written a goodbye letter to “The Hunger Games” franchise: https://t.co/9dHnNHSpAG...Show More Summary
Suzanne Collins, the author of “The Hunger Games” book series, has written a goodbye letter to the franchise after the release of the final film. “Having spent the last decade in Panem, it’s time to move on to other lands. But before I do, I’d like to say a tremendous thank you to everyone associated [...]
"Having spent the last decade in Panem, it’s time to move on to other lands."
If you’re a Hunger Games superfan, you probably reread Suzanne Collins’ books and anticipated every scene in the final movie, Mockingjay Part 2. If you’re not a Hunger Games superfan, you might have been confused by a few plot points in the recent film, even if you’ve watched the other Hunger Games movies. Show More Summary
"The Hunger Games" movie franchise has now come to a close as the final chapter adapted from the popular novels by author Suzanne Collins hit the big screen this weekend. Like its predecessors, "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2" had a monster opening weekend at the box office with an estimated $101.03 million. Show More Summary
The odds were not always in favor of The Hunger Games. Sure, when Lionsgate and indie studio Color Force picked up the rights to the Suzanne Collins' series in 2009, the young adult craze was in full swing. Still, nothing was guaranteed. Show More Summary