I was certain the next bit of information on The Hunger Games adaption was going to be the official choice to direct, but it looks as though we're even further from that decision because now three more names are being added to the list of potentials. Show More Summary
Mockingjay is the much-anticipated final installment of Suzanne Collins’s Hunger Games trilogy. If you haven’t read The Hunger Games and Catching Fire, much of this post will be lost on you, and if you’ve read those but not Mockingjay, be forewarned: this bad boy is spoilerific. Also: we at the Bookrageous Podcast would love to [...]
With The Twilight Saga and Harry Potter both winding up their cinematic runs in the next couple of years, it's no surprise that a lot of attention is being focused on the movie version of The Hunger Games, the first book in Suzanne Collins'...Show More Summary
Can the internal monologue-heavy first Hunger Games book become a decent movie? We're still not sure, but at least A-list people are getting involved — including Kick-Ass' Chloe Moretz — and everybody's calling it the possible next Twlight. More »
Since the Hollywood remake of Battle Royale didn't manage to get off the ground, despite the claims, it seems that a writer has taken the lead and built an American version of the story called The Hunger Games, or at least that's what it sounds like from the blurb of the story. Show More Summary
This month, join Jo's Book Nook - our non Harry Potter book club at the Leaky Lounge - in reading The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. The Book Nook invites you to take part in reading all three books in the Hunger Games series: TheShow More Summary
The Twilight and Harry Potter franchises might be winding down, but that doesn't mean audiences will be bereft of young-adult oriented fantasy fare. First published two years ago, Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games, quickly became a hit with both teen and post-teen readers. Show More Summary
I always approach extremely popular fiction series with a great degree of trepidation. Family and friends have gobbled up series like Twilight and Harry Potter, but I couldn't get past a handful of pages in either. Suzanne Collins' Hunger...
Lionsgate is preparing to pick a director and star for its hotly-anticipated adaptation of the young adult sci-fi series The Hunger Games.
The three directors are in the lead for this first adaptation based on Suzanne Collins' best selling trilogy.
Suzanne Collins' "The Hunger Games" novel trilogy is hot property in the filmmaking sense. Lionsgate is trying to get this production off the ground and fast, especially since they narrowed down the list of potential directors to three. Show More Summary
With the end of both Harry Potter and The Twilight Saga in the not-too-distant future, Lionsgate is already looking to hit audiences with the next big franchise based off a series of young adult books. An adaptation of the Suzanne Collins'...Show More Summary
Make them fight to the death for the job!
EXCLUSIVE: The next big film directing job in Hollywood will be decided late next week,. That's when Lionsgate chooses a filmmaker for The Hunger Games, the first installment of a trilogy based on the Suzanne Collins novel series that many feel could be the next Twilight. Show More Summary
Yet again, I’ve got my daughter to thank. It was on her recommendation back in January that I picked up — and plowed through — Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games and its sequel, Catching Fire, which means I now owe her for the experience of reading the trilogy-concluding Mockingjay, just released at the end of [...]
Given the right movie adaptation, Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games trilogy, which concludes with Mockingjay, has the potential to be the next Twilight-style phenomenon: books aimed at teenagers, but reaching a wider audience. Remarkably, Collins turns the final volume, Mockingjay, into a grim, cynical reflection on the human cost of war. Show More Summary
Suzanne Collins' third installment of the bestselling Hunger Games trilogy, Mockingjay, hits stores today. To celebrate, we're giving away a limited edition 8 GB iPod Touch (engraved with the Mockingjay emblem) and a copy of the novel itself to one lucky reader. Show More Summary
Hunger Games is clearly the latest Deeply Important Pop Culture Phenomenon, and I'm not playing. [full post on http://www.mamapop.com]
I hate to be the one to break it to you, David, but a Hunger Games movie is already in the works, and the requisite who-will-play-Katniss parlor games are in full swing. I'm not sold on any of the current contenders, but my fantasy-fantasy casting would be Zhang Ziyi, circa 2000 or so. [more...]
Wicked Local reports: Fans of “The Hunger Games” are invited to a very special event with Suzanne Collins, author of “The Hunger Games” trilogy, on Aug. 31 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Wellesley Free Library, 530 Washington St. in Wellesley,...Show More Summary