She’s a sexy mix of beauty, brains and plenty of talent, and Elizabeth Banks is featured on the front of the new issue of Net-A-Porter’s The Edit. The 41-year-old “Hunger Games: Catching Fire” star talked up her directorial effort “Pitch Perfect 2”- “I don’t want to pretend it’s not what it is. Show More Summary
She’s always had a great relationship with Dior and now Jennifer Lawrence is taking the partnership to the next level. The “Hunger Games: Catching Fire” actress was just named the new face of the Dior Addict Lipstick spread and her first...Show More Summary
She’s serving as a celebrity co-chair and Jennifer Lawrence certainly dressed to impress for the 2015 Met Gala tonight (May 4). The “Hunger Games: Catching Fire” cutie looked to be thoroughly enjoying herself as she chatted up a storm...Show More Summary
No, this is not a review of the second book in the Hunger Games series. This is something much closer to home. The place is Pittsburgh. The time is April 10, 1845. Yes. 1845. That was 170 years ago. Do … Continue reading ?
Furious 7 snagged an estimated $143.6 million over its domestic opening weekend, scoring the biggest domestic Fri-Sun launch since The Hunger Games: Catching Fire earned $158m on its debut in November, 2013. That's the ninth-biggest debut weekend of all-time. If you recall, the 2009 debut of the second Twilight Saga entry snagged what was the third-biggest [...]
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
Meta Golding (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire), Monet Mazur (Austin Powers: International Man Of Mystery) and Colin Donnell (Arrow) have booked lead roles on NBC drama pilot Love Is A Four Letter Word. The project, from playwright-TV...Show More Summary
Lionsgate’s The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1 took in nearly $10 million on its first day in China, well ahead The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Comparisons between the two films aren’t entirely like for like as Mockingjay opened...Show More Summary
You may not realize this, but the entirety of The Hunger Games franchise has not been released in theaters in 3D. In addition, while The Hunger Games and the sequel Catching Fire hit IMAX screens, last year's Mockingjay - Part 1 was not released on IMAX, mostly because of the proximity to Christopher Nolan's more giant screen worthy Interstellar. Show More Summary
James Cameron is producing 'The Dive', which will reunite Jennifer Lawrence with 'Catching Fire' director Francis Lawrence. [...]
"Remember who the real enemy is." (Heymitch to Katniss, in Catching Fire) There is a good reason why some educators are reluctant to let young people read The Hunger Games (" If we stop telling kids what to read, they might start reading again," Jan. Show More Summary
When The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 had its much anticipated North American release on November 21st 2014, it was expected to do very well indeed. That expectation was based upon the box office performance of the previous two films in the series – The Hunger Games and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Show More Summary
You'll never think of Katniss Everdeen the same way again after you watch Bad Lip Reading's version of Catching Fire. The YouTube juggernaut, which is known for reimagining Game of Thrones as a theme park and making The Walking Dead's zombies sing, is back with a bang thanks to its parody of the second film in The Hunger Games series. Show More Summary
After offering up insights on what The Walking Dead is really about and what's actually going on between Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy, Bad Lip Reading is back, and this time it's tackled Hunger Games: Catching Fire. More » This Bad Lip...Show More Summary
The folks at Bad Lip Reading have rarely disappointed, but their latest dubbing—a comic, off-kilter take on The Hunger Games: Catching Fire—is perhaps their best work. Needless to say, this won’t exactly get you up to speed for Mockingjay...Show More Summary
Katniss picks out a name for her band, and she’s afraid she’s in a castle. [Bad Lip Reading]
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire was a pretty intense movie, but the team over at Bad Lip Reading transformed it into a nonsensical musical and we are cracking up. The description of the first video reads: “Katniss picks out a name for her band, and she’s afraid she’s in a castle.” Later that same day, [...]
There aren't many things that would get me to stop watching the new Force Awakens trailer over and over again, but a new Bad Lip-Reading is one of them. This time they bring Katniss' complete insanity and the cast's penchant for breaking into song to the forefront, and it's as hilariously ridiculous as usual. Read more...
Another Bad Lip Reading never fails to make the movies or TV shows ten times better. In this case, Hunger Games: Catching Fire got a whole lot funnier. Only posted yesterday, the “More Hunger Games” bad lip reading has already gained over 1.5 million views. Katniss, Gale, Peeta, and Haymitch are on fire. No pun […]
Bad Lip Reading takes on The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and turns into a series of hilarious and nonsensical sequences about walrus meat, singing while crying, Katniss and Peeta’s band the Obsidiots and more.