YA adaptations have been all the rage since Twilight and The Hunger Games became massive box office hits, and a new story is about to hit the big screen - only this one is a little different. Chloë Grace Moretz stars as Cassie, one member of the small population of humans who have survived a catastrophic alien attack. Show More Summary
Hollywood has been looking hard for the next Hunger Games, and luckily there's no limit to the imagination of YA authors. In The 5th Wave, Chloe Grace Moretz is on the run in the post-apocalyptic Earth after a full-on alien invasion. Think Independence Day if Jeff Goldblum had slept in that morning. [ Video: Scott Eastwood's Disappointment [...]
Netflix has released their list of films that will be cut from the streaming service beginning today (September 1). There are some fan favorite movies on the list including Jennifer Lawrence‘s The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Brad Pitt‘s World War Z, Leonardo DiCaprio‘s The Wolf of Wall Street, and the classic rom-com Sleepless in Seattle. [...]
He’s one of the most desirable actors in Tinseltown, and Liam Hemsworth is finally a part of the Instagram community. On Monday (August 31) the “Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1” stud posted his first photo via the social media site,Show More Summary
Liam Hemsworth has joined Instagram, but Kermit might not be thrilled about it The Hunger Games star's first post was a flirtatious photo with Muppets' paramour Miss Piggy. He's not going to apologise for it either, writing in the caption:...Show More Summary
The company sees itself as a rival to Hollywood studios—which explains why it declined to renew its contract with a movie distributor. On Sunday morning, Netflix's film aficionados got some disappointing news: Some of the most popular...Show More Summary
As you've likely heard, a slew of high-profile movies, including "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" and "World War Z" are leaving Netflix in September, thanks to the expiration of a deal with Epix. Also going bye-bye, TV series including...Show More Summary
Liam Hemsworth—youngest Hemsworth brother by age and middle Hemsworth brother by fame—is the latest actor to sign up for a guest appearance on ABC’s upcoming Muppets series, according to The Wrap. The Hunger Games actor will play himself on the “more adult” mockumentary series, which follows the Muppets as they produce a late-night talk show. Show More Summary
The Muppets are taking over Hollywood! Liam Hemsworth is heading to the upcoming ABC series, Entertainment Weekly reports. The Hunger Games star will play himself on the mockumentary-style comedy, which will give us a peek at the Muppets' lives while they produce their new late-night show. Hemsworth... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Muppets Liam Hemsworth
Netflix's losses are Hulu's gains in the ongoing TV/movie streaming wars wherein no one is the winner—though especially not cable.
Netflix announced this Sunday that several high-profile Hollywood movies will disappear from its service in the US because of a decision not to renew a distribution deal with a cable network. The films will include "Transformers: Age...Show More Summary
Every month, Netflix retires a handful of movies and shows. This month, a ton of great titles are disappearing, including The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Star Trek Into Darkness, and High Fidelity. Basically, you don't have as much time as you thought to catch up on The IT Crowd or The Slap. Show More Summary
Netflix is ending its contract with Epix, which may leave you wondering: Why should we care? In short, you're going to see a bunch of high-profile movies leave Netflix in September. We're disappointed, you're disappointed -- Netflix is (sort of) disappointed. Show More Summary
While there’s always plenty of streaming content to watch on the Internet these days, if you’re a fan of Hunger Games or Transformers flicks, better watch them on Netflix now, while you still can: the subscription streaming service says it won’t be renewing its deal with Epix, the cable provider with domestic streaming rights to those movies in the U.S.… [More]
Image: Netflix Fans of movies like The Hunger Games and World War Z are waking up to bad news this morning after Netflix revealed in a Sunday evening blog post that it will not renew its contract with Epix, the premium cable channel whose deal with Netflix put those movies (and plenty of others) on the streaming service. Show More Summary
The streaming service will not renew its agreement with Epix, which means 'Catching Fire' and other movies will leave Netflix at the end of September.
Netflix has revealed that some of its most high profile films are going to be disappearing from its US streaming service at the end of September. Among the vanishing titles are such blockbusters as Hunger Games: Catching Fire, World War Z and Transformers: Age Of Extinction. The reason these and other [...]
Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know to start off your week. 1. Netflix will no longer be able to show high-profile Hollywood movies like Transformers and the Hunger Games to US viewers. Netflix isn't renewing its distribution deal with Epix, and will be focusing on its original-content efforts instead. Show More Summary
Major Hollywood films like “Hunger Games: Catching Fire” and “World War Z” to shift from Netflix to Hulu in coming weeks.
Netflix will not be renewing its streaming deal with cable network Epix when it expires next month. So if you’ve been waiting to watch Transformers: Age of Extinction, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, and World War Z, you’re on the clock. Epix,...Show More Summary