Cynthia Amnéus was at the movie theater watching “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” with family Saturday night when she just about jumped out of her seat. It was enough that her son had to shusssshhh her. While the rest of us saw a key plot moment (Josh Hutcherson and Jennifer Lawrence arms raised in […]
Mark and Jerry return to the HMPod.com Horror Movie Podcast with Episode #127, featuring Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Eyes without a Face, Outpost III, Funny Games, 13: Game of Death, and The Walking Dead! Foreign fare & more Walking Dead! A jolly good day to all our listeners (both of you). Show More Summary
So I saw the latest Hunger Games film, Catching Fire, this past weekend. As someone who dislikes children and loves war, this is pretty much the ideal franchise for me. I also love a good dystopia. In fact I think dystopia may be one of my favorite genres. Show More Summary
Elizabeth Banks exits her car at her terminal drop off at LAX Airport on Monday (December 16) in Los Angeles. The 39-year-old The Hunger Games: Catching Fire actress wheeled her rolling suitcase through the airport as she made her way to the security checkpoint. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Elizabeth Banks “Guess who’s [...]
Now that The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has brought in $730 million, eclipsing its predecessor’s worldwide earnings by almost $40 million, I can’t imagine Lionsgate really believes their upcoming Divergent trilogy will reach those numbers. Show More Summary
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is cooling off at the box office here in the US, but that isn’t stopping the flick from generating serious cash around the world. With a little help from latecomers in North America and fans in foreign markets, director Francis Lawrence’s follow-up to the 2012 box office smash The Hunger... Show More Summary
Last week Sensei was dead on about Frozen taking the top spot over The Hunger Games: Catching Fire in a close match-up. This week, another blockbuster awaits. Sensei's weekend predictions and revenue results are as follows: 1. " TheShow More Summary
No More Mr. Nice Guy–The Hunger Games: Catching Fire actor Alan Ritchson covers the December/January issue of Da Man with a feature The post Alan Ritchson Covers Da Man Magazine appeared first on The Fashionisto.
Seeing sisterly love at the box office. The new Disney cartoon Frozen broke a Thanksgiving weekend box-office record, but still got overshadowed by the hyped-up Hunger Games: Catching Fire. You'd think the two blockbusters, starringShow More Summary
By AstroInvestments: Share s of Lions Gate (LGF) hav e been trending lower this fall and recently following the release of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Shares have broken through the 200dma and are down 20% from a month ago. It seems like the stock has been in the "sell the news" mode since Catching Fire was released. Show More Summary
Now that The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is a certified hit, all eyes turn to the trilogy-turned-quadrilogy’s final two chapters, Mockingjay Parts 1 and 2. Julianne Moore, Natalie Dormer, and Lily Rabe have already signed up joined the fun, along with returning cast members like Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, and Liam Hemsworth, but now one […]
Since its inception The Harry Potter Alliance has launched successful campaigns, told intricate policy stories and done a world of good in a world of Muggles. Now, in time for the release of Catching Fire the group is looking to TheShow More Summary
For some reason, Jennifer Lawrence's kissing scenes are always a very hot topic of conversation. With "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," it was the star's smooching scenes with her co-star/friend Josh Hutcherson that were endlessly dissected. And with her December release, "American Hustle," everyone wants Lawrence to talk about her skills once again - except […]
Much like how The Hunger Games: Catching Fire added new names like Philip Seymour Hoffman, Sam Claflin, Jena Malone, Jeffrey Wright and Amanda Plummer to the franchise, we can expect a number of new faces in the upcoming Mockingjay Part 1. Show More Summary
Casting on The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Parts 1 and 2 began well before its predecessor, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire even opened. And now that Catching Fire‘s record-setting opening has squashed any remaining doubts about the future of the franchise, Mockingjay is only going to pick up steam. Prison Break star Robert Knepper is the […]
As they did with the casting for "Catching Fire," Lionsgate are using the Hunger Games Facebook page to make important casting announcements and the latest name added to the cast is Robert Knepper, who will play the role of AntoniusShow More Summary
Well, actually actor Sam Claflin, who play’s Finnick in the new Hunger Games movie, “Catching Fire”, but I’m sure HG fans ( or “Tributes” as they are lamely trying to be know as) don’t care. This is a quick study.
With top costume designers like Catherine Martin of The Great Gatsby and Trish Summerville of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, it's hard to ignore the stunning styles of this year's blockbuster hits, but that's not to say the small screen didn't hold its own in the fashion arena. Show More Summary
Our box office predictions for the weekend of December 13th - 15th where 'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug' will face off against 'Catching Fire.' Check out our picks and then play along! The post Box Office Prediction: ‘The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug’ vs. ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ appeared first on Screen Rant.
The Hunger Games: Mockinjay is reportedly searching for middle aged extras, as the second part in the franchise, Catching Fire continues to do well at the box office. The third installment of the saga is currently being filmed in Atlanta, where the big stars have been spotted recently going to the studio to work on... Show More Summary