EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: In the wake of The Hunger Games ceasing and Divergent in limbo, it seems coming away from this Comic-Con, Lionsgate may just have another franchise on its hands, and this case, attendees surprisingly learned that the distrib’s Sept. Show More Summary
There is a scene in the Hunger Games movies that shows one kidnapped character giving a speech of support for the dictator-like ruler he was once trying to take down.
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
Last year, on the first day of Comic-Con, I watched Jennifer Lawrence lead a raucous Hunger Games panel where she razzed her co-stars and wiped her runny nose on the dais tablecloth. This year, on the first day of Comic-Con, Oliver Stone brought his new film Snowden to Hall H ... More »
The Republican convention has been hard to watch this week, and not just because of the loud gaudy hunger games like banners floating across the stage. The convention, which is supposed to highlight what the Republican Party has to offer the American people, (and demonstrate unity) has failed at almost every level. First you have […]
The Divergent film series sure seemed a lock to fill the Hunger Games void. But after the third entry, Allegiant, opened to a chorus of shrugs, plans for the fourth and final film, Ascendant, have apparently changed. Instead of a traditional big-screen release, Ascendant will beam straight to TV, with a spin-off series possibly to follow. Read more...
Stephen Colbert snuck on stage at Monday night's Republican National Convention and mocked presidential candidate Donald Trump with a spoof on The Hunger Games.
Before the festivities started at the Republican Convention yesterday, television host Stephen Colbert -- channeling the late Johnny Carson's clairvoyant, The Amazing Kreskin -- stole the podium. Before being yanked off stage, Colbert gaveled to start "The Hungry for Power Games". Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert appeared at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio as his character Julius Flickerman, the brother of The Hunger Games announcer Caesar Flickerman, to announce the start of the Republican National Hungry for Power Games from the convention’s main stage. Flickerman was quickly escorted off the stage, but not before landing a final […]
Stephen Colbert crashed the Republican National Convention stage in Cleveland on Sunday, and now we know why. Cellphone video of “The Late Show” host, who was wearing a blue wig while he hijacked the microphone in the convention center to poke fun at presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, quickly went viral. Show More Summary
According to Poe’s Law, without a winking smiley or some other blatantly obvious display of humor, it is utterly impossible to create a parody of fundamentalism that someone won't assume is the real thing. Good thing the Late Show has an ample dead ferret and ridiculous wig budget, because the ... More »
In a new book, former labor leader Andy Stern takes on technological disruption and offers some (possible) solutions
Laughter: The Best Medicine Stephen Colbert (VIDEO) Dressed as a character from "Hunger Games," Colbert entertains from the Republican Convention stage. "A man who appears to be security then confronts Colbert, who says 'I know I'm not...Show More Summary
Trump brings them all together. Colbert's 'Hunger Games'-inspired character also shows up.
Post by Caroline Olney. Stephen Colbert, for all his brains and beauty, has kind of fallen off our radar since he moved off Comedy Central and onto CBS. We'd lost track of him for a bit, but he's back and badder than ever this week at the place we'd least expect him to be: the Republican National Convention. Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert dressed as The Hunger Games‘ Caesar Flickerman on Sunday (July 17) to jump on stage and give a speech in character at the 2016 Republican National Convention. “Look, I’m not supposed to be here…but let’s be honest, neither is Donald Trump,” Stephen can be heard saying as security drags him off stage. “[Donald [...]
Luckily, someone caught the short, but glorious, skit on video for all of our amusement.
On the Sunday night before the start of the Republican National Convention, the amazing Stephen Colbert crashed the center stage hilariously dressed as Caesar Flickerman, host of the Hunger Games to officially announce the launch of the 2016 “Republican Hunger for Power Games“. Colbert was quickly escorted off by security, but not before making a […]
Stephen Colbert appeared on stage at the Republic National Convention as Hunger Games character Caesar Flickerman and launched "the 2016 Republican National Hungry for Power Games."
Hello and welcome to "The Hunger Games," Kim Kardashian-Taylor Swift-Kanye West edition. Warning: There are no heroes here. Kardashian launched an assault on Swift on Sunday night, posting video online of the pop star talking by phone to Kanye West about the line in his track "Famous" that went,...