She’s played a variety of characters over the course of her impressive career and now Elizabeth Banks is venturing into the Power Rangers realm. The “Hunger Games: Catching Fire” star will take on the part of Rita Repulsa, an evil witch...Show More Summary
Jena Malone is expecting her first child. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire actress debuted her baby bump on Instagram, and included a poem she wrote for her mother. New Batman V Superman trailer confirms Doomsday's arrival "Womb to womb / To beating wing / I climbed out of the eternal /And into the... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Jena Malone
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Congratulations! On Sunday, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire star Alan Ritchson revealed to his fans that he and his wife Catherine had welcomed their third child into the world. Awww! The Hollywood hunk took to Instagram to share not only an ADORABLE snap (above) of his new little one, but the name and gender of his tiny [...]
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire actor Alan Ritchson and his wife Catherine have just welcomed their third baby boy and have named him Amory Tristan Ritchson! The 31-year-old actor announced the news on his Instagram account. “Most of you probably have no idea that I’m married and have two amazing little boys (Calem 3yrs and [...]
When people talk about the success of the Hunger Games films, director Francis Lawrence rarely gets enough credit. He's the helmer of the last three movies of the series — Catching Fire and Mockingjay Parts 1 & 2 — and in each of them, just as with such past projects... More »
Refresh for latest… The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 winged its way to a $146M debut in 87 markets this weekend. The film is No. 1 in 81 of those with the UK leading at a $17.1M debut. The $146M start is down slightly from yesterday’s...Show More Summary
I want to start by saying that yes, I'm ashamed of myself. I read both The Hunger Games and Catching Fire, but somehow, I never made it to Mockingjay. Despite the intermittent prodding from co-workers, the third of Suzanne Collins's trilogy just never made it off my reading list. Show More Summary
Post by Jenny Erikson. So you think you're a Hunger Games fan? Then you must have read the trilogy before digging into the movies, right? Maybe even more than once. Catching Fire was the second installment of Suzanne Collins's epic trilogy, and packed full of details about Katniss Everdeen, Peeta Mellark, Gale Hawthorne and the rest. Show More Summary
You’d think that, what with being one of the biggest franchises in the last five years, The Hunger Games would have made it into the minds of most people. And The Hunger Games has. Catching Fire and Mockingjay on the other hand? Better get caught up before Mockingjay Part 2 comes out on Friday. Read more...
Liam Hemsworth is catching waves instead of fire. "The Hunger Games" star hit the water in Malibu Wednesday for a surf session. Looks like the youngest of the Hemsworth brood can hang ten... even in the stomach department.
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. [...]
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
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
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 [...]
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
Here's hoping that you weren't bent on watching The Hunger Games: Catching Fire or World War Z on Netflix -- if so, you don't have much time to do it. Netflix has confirmed that it won't renew its longstanding movie deal with Epix, which will lead to many Lionsgate and MGM titles disappearing from the service come September. Show More Summary
Netflix’s Epix loss is Hulu’s gain. Following Netflix’s Sunday morning announcement that it would not renew its agreement in the U.S. with cable network Epix, losing such movies as Hunger Games: Catching Fire and World War Z, Epix is...Show More Summary
Bad news, Katniss fans. Netflix announced Sunday that it has chosen not to renew a deal with Epix, the cable provider with domestic streaming rights to Hunger Games: Catching Fire. That movie, along with other big names like World War...Show More Summary