Despite last week's report to the contrary, it's not especially surprising to hear that Gary Ross is not quite out as the director of the Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire: Various sources have followed up initial word of Ross's franchise departure with news of predictable-enough salary disputes over ridiculously large sums of money that would [...]
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On Friday, word came that Gary Ross had walked away from negotiations for his sequel contract on The Hunger Games‘s follow up Catching Fire. Now word comes that Ross isn’t out and that he’s back in talks – talks that start today. What are we to make of this public in and out, was it [...]
Turns out we all jumped the gun last week when we took the news Gary Ross and Lionsgate were in the middle of heated negotiations as a sure sign Ross would not be directing the sequel to The Hunger Games, Catching Fire. Well, those negotions are set to conclude today meaning he might not be [...]
Catching Fire will have to do so without Gary Ross. Ross has reportedly left The Hunger Games franchise. Playlist reports the director will not be back for the sequel from Lionsgate. According to reports, the two sides were far apart on the issue of compensation for directing the second installment.
After Rob won Best Headline last week with the story about Gary Ross potentially leaving The Hunger Games movies over a money issue, it appears as if it’s all still on the table. He’ll be meeting with Lionsgate today to talk about whether they have the pockets deep enough to woo him on back. Show More Summary
The Hunger Games has been a massive smash, but director Gary Ross is apparently out of the running to helm the next sequel, Catching Fire. And to be honest, Ross’s huge reliance on shaky cam both blunted the impact of some of the killings and was awfully hard to watch after a while. Here are [...]
The Hunger Games held the top spot during a week in which the sequel's director was put in doubt. Rumors are circulating that Gary Ross -- who has already helped assemble the sequel, Catching Fire -- may bail over money....
As The Hunger Games continues its successful run at the box office, there are reports that negotiations for the second film - Catching Fire - didn’t exactly go smoothly between Lionsgate and Games director Gary Ross. ?? read more
Not so fast! Reports circulated yesterday that Gary Ross, who directed the smash Hunger Games, had officially decided to step away from the film adaptation's follow-up, Catching Fire, but apparently, according to sources close to the production that nothing is, in fact, formalized - in fact, he's on a family vacation right now and hasn't made [...]
20th Century Fox lets The Hunger Games sequel go before X-Men: First Class Sequel only because their script is done. [...]
Despite reports that have spread like wildfire on showbiz websites, we hear from multiple sources close to Catching Fire that director Gary Ross has not formally withdrawn from The Hunger Games sequel. Ross is off on a family vacation...Show More Summary
Rumors have swirled that Ross is hoping to move on from the franchise and direct a film he wrote himself.
Because despite all indications otherwise, Gary Ross has reportedly walked away from Lionsgate's blockbuster sequel Catching Fire. Let's come up with plan B! Via The Playlist: Though recent trade reports have spun the story as being an issue mostly about money, that's pretty much a small part of the motivation. Ross has never been a [...]
The odds are evidently not in favor of Gary Ross returning to the director's chair for CATCHING FIRE, which is, of course, the sequel to the already insanely successful THE HUNGER GAMES. There have been rumblings all week about RossShow More Summary
Is there drama afoot in the “Hunger Games” camp? Sure sounds like it. Director Gary Ross told CNN in March that he was on board to helm the "Hunger Games" sequel, "Catching Fire," but new reports suggest that he might be off the project altogether. The Playlist suggests that Ross didn't want to spend the [...]
Despite the critical and financial success of “The Hunger Games,” director Gary Ross is reportedly opting out of the sequel. Indiewire’s Playlist has confirmed that Ross gave his notice to Lionsgate and Summit earlier this week and won’t be helming “Catching Fire,” the second chapter in the Katniss Everdeen saga. Show More Summary
Per The Playlist, the rumors have now been confirmed. Gary Ross will not be returning for the Hunger Games sequel, Catching Fire. The film is set to begin production this fall (which should allow time for star Jennifer Lawrence to start...Show More Summary
Earlier this week, there were worries that some tense negotiations with director Gary Ross could affect the release date for Catching Fire, the sequel to The Hunger Games. This is important, because in that same story (which has nowShow More Summary
The Hunger Games sequel, Catching Fire, has a lot of heavy lifting to do. Not only is it the sequel to the highest grossing movie Lionsgate has ever needed to deal with, but the source material is a diminished return … Continue reading ?