Willow Shields is having a moment. A Girl on Fire moment. The Hunger Games star ignited the Dancing With the Stars dance floor with partner Mark Ballas for their fire and ice Paso Doble. The...
Lionsgate said Tuesday morning it will partner with Dubai Parks and Resorts to bring The Hunger Games to Motiongate Dubai, the Hollywood-themed park slated to open in Dubai in October 2016. The Lionsgate “zone” will feature rides and a retail facility inspired by the Hunger Games franchise. Show More Summary
Dancing with the Stars week three just wrapped up and boy was it amazing! The cast this year consists of actress Rumer Willis, The Bachelor‘s Chris Soules, The Hunger Games‘ Willow Shields, former NFL player Michael Sam, actress and fitness guru Suzanne Somers, singer Redfoo, model Charlotte McKinney, teen entertainer Riker Lynch, gymnast Nastia Liukin, [...]
Liam Hemsworth attended Nickelodeon’s 28th annual Kids’ Choice Awards this past weekend, taking home the prize for Favorite Male Action Star for his role in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1. Taking the stage in a simple pocket tee, what stood out most about Hemsworth was his retro 1990s hairstyle. Show More Summary
Liam Hemsworth made an appearance at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards on Saturday night at the Forum in LA, where he picked up the award for favorite male action star for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -Part 1 from Kevin James and Kaley Cuoco. Show More Summary
The kids were in charge of all the winners at the 2015 Kids’ Choice Awards held at The Forum on Saturday (March 28) in Los Angeles. The big winners of the night were the movie The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 and the television show Austin & Ally. Mockingjay picked up the awards for [...]
India's Dolly Shivani Cherukuri isn't even three years old yet, but she's already set to win the Hunger Games and the hearts of Panem with her incredible archery skills.
There’s a murkiness to The Divergent Series that is utterly baffling. Does it want to be The Hunger Games? While the obvious answer to that question would be “yes” I’m growing less and less sure by the moment. It feels like there was a meeting at some point during the production process where it was … Continue reading Box Office Democracy: The Divergent Series: Insurgent ?
From “The Hunger Games” to “Game of Thrones,” Natalie Dormer is quickly becoming a household name the world over. The 33-year-old actress is featured on the front of the April 2015 issue of Self magazine, and it sounds like she’s just getting warmed up career-wise. Show More Summary
It looks like Jennifer Lawrence’s days of starring in franchises are winding down. The final installment of ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay’ will hit theaters next fall. Now, she confirmed she’s leaving the ‘X-Men’ franchise, too, after ‘X-Men: Apocalypse.’ She plays the blue-skinned Mystique. RELATED: Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper are work spouses without the sex. […]
Jennifer Lawrence is leaving the X-Men?? The idea of anyone else playing Mystique makes us as blue as… well, Mystique. [ Related: J.Law & Bradley Cooper's Working Relationship Explained! ] The Hunger Games star was recently asked if her performance as the shape-shifting mutant in the upcoming sequel Apocalypse would be her last — and this was her [...]
Jennifer Lawrence will be down one major franchise after The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 opens later this year, and now it seems she’ll be down another after next year. The actress confirmed that 2016’s X-Men: Apocalypse will be her last turn as shapeshifting mutant Mystique. Show More Summary
The 'Hunger Games' star tells MTV News that her final appearance as Mystique will be in 'X-Men: Apocalypse,' in theaters next year.
It’s around the second movie in a series that we normally get to see what kind of a franchise the series will ultimately be. Will the franchise exceed all expectations like The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, or will it peter out like Percy...Show More Summary
I haven’t read the Divergent books, which is a rare position for me to be in. I had read all the Harry Potters, all the Twilights and all The Hunger Games before seeing the movies, but I don’t think I made it though 20 pages of Divergent before wanting to move on to something else. […]
Up until now, The Divergent Series couldn't hold a candle to The Hunger Games franchise, though they are both cut from the same cloth: teen girl hero, sci fi adventure, mean overlords and hunky boyfriends. The Divergent Series: Insurgent...Show More Summary
What's "The Divergent Series: Insurgent" like? Imagine "The Hunger Games," only terrible.
Paul Krugman is tired of Republican fraudsters powered by Magical Laffer Curve Fairies in general, but this year’s version of the Hunger Games is particularly bonkers. So, about those budgets: both claim drastic reductions in federal spending. Some of those spending reductions are specified: There would be savage cuts in food stamps, similarly savage cuts [Read more...]
We’ll be the first to admit that as fans of the Hunger Games series, we were initially skeptical before watching Divergent last year. We were quick to call it a copy-cat, that is until we watched the film. And indeed, there are a lot...Show More Summary
Divergent. The Hunger Games. The Maze Runner. What do all these movies have in common (besides making a ton of money at the box office)? Well, actually, a lot. Of course there's the obvious - they're all franchises based on bestselling YA trilogies, they all take place in a dystopian future with a corrupt government, etc. Show More Summary