Sam Claflin (pictured above; The Hunger Games, Snow White and the Huntsman, Pirates of the Caribbean) is being eyed for one of the starring roles in Star Wars: Rogue One, while Riz Ahmed (pictured below in Nightcrawler) is in talks to join the cast as well, TheWrap was the first to report. Felicity Jones and […]
Sam Claflin and Riz Ahmed are in talks to join the project. Read the full article on AICN Oh, this guy’s definitely playing Porkins. No question. The Wrap has reported that Sam Claflin and Riz Ahmed are in talks to join Gareth Edwards...Show More Summary
The last we heard from the Chemical Brothers was back in October, when the legendary electronica duo presented us with “This Is Not A Game.” The song was written for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pt. I soundtrack, and features vocals from Lorde, who curated the compilation, as well as Miguel. The last original studio album […]
Archery is cool now. Blame it on The Hunger Games, The Avengers, The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones -- but the good ol' bow and arrow have never been hotter. AskMen's Editor-At-Large Christopher Hunt headed down to Gotham Archery in Brooklyn, N.Y. Show More Summary
The already insanely star-studded cast of Disney's upcoming live-action remake of "Beauty and the Beast" just added another big name: Stanley Tucci. Variety reports that the "Hunger Games" star just signed on for the flick, and will be playing a role created specifically for the new version. Show More Summary
Mom-to-be Ashlee Simpson Ross looked radiant while attending her husband Evan Roas' latest film project, Just Before I go. Courtney Cox directed the project which stars the Hunger Games actor, who is also the only son of music greatShow More Summary
The Hunger Games franchise star will play Cadenza, a grand piano The post Stanley Tucci Boards Beauty and the Beast as a New Character appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Willow Shields has a confession to make. The Dancing With the Stars contestant known for her role as Prim Everdeen, sister to Jennifer Lawrence's character Katniss in The Hunger Games movies,...
16-year-old actress Amandla Stenberg of The Hunger Games deconstructs White Appropriation of Black Culture.
Dancing with the Stars went Spring Break tonight with some great dances! The remaining contestants this season include Rumer Willis, The Hunger Games‘ Willow Shields, The Bachelor‘s Chris Soules, teen entertainer Riker Lynch, gymnast Nastia Liukin, Shark Tank‘s Robert Herjavec, singer Patti LaBelle, and soldier Noah Galloway. It was also revealed which couples were safe [...]
Her gorgeous performance as Rue from The Hunger Games attracted a cascade of racist responses on social media, but now teenager Amandla Sternberg is becoming a public voice on the topics of race and culture, thanks to a Tumblr video that has gone viral. Show More Summary
Amandla Stenberg breaks down why cultural appropriation is a problem in a country segregated by institutionalized racism. Ms. Stenberg is only 16, but she talks about racism and history with the maturity and eloquence of a college lecturer. Show More Summary
ICYMI: 16-year-old Amandla Stenberg says what we need to hear. Read more...
Child Actress Amandla Stenberg Speaks Out Against Cultural Appropriation Amandla Stenberg, 16-year-old actress, most famous for her role in The Hunger Games is tackling the issue of cultural appropriation at a young age. In a clip titled “Don’t Cash Crop
In a video titled, “Don’t Cash Crop My Cornrows,” 16-year-old Amandla Stenberg, best known for her role as Rue in The Hunger Games, eloquently schools certain white celebrities for borrowing from black culture to seem edgy and gain attention. Show More Summary
We all remember Amandla Stenberg as the adorable Rue on The Hunger Games. When Amandla starred in this movie she was only 13 and her appearance caused a ruckus on the internet among certain people who expected to see a white female in the role. Show More Summary
One of the stars of the Hunger Games movie series called several pop stars on the carpet for appropriating black culture in a nearly 5-minute critique of the music and fashion industries, NBC News reported. “The line between cultural appropriation and cultural exchange is always going to be...
After months of speculation, Lionsgate has confirmed the odds of getting a theme park are very much in The Hunger Games favor. The studio has teamed up with Dubai Parks and Resorts to bring a Lionsgate zone to Motiongate Dubai in October 2016. Show More Summary
Amandla Stenberg just took us all to school. The 16-year-old actress most known for her role as Rue in The Hunger Games posted this video to her Tumblr that breaks down cultural appropriation as it pertains to Black hair (and more).Show More Summary
16-Year-Old Amandla Stenberg knows one or two things about racism when it comes to being a part of the entertainment industry. Several years ago when Stenberg was cast as ‘Rue’ in the first installment of The Hunger Games, many people...Show More Summary