Lionsgate has unveiled new images for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire featuring stars Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth and Willow Shields. The film opens Nov. 22.
Community is spoofing The Hunger Games in an upcoming episode about the Hunger Deans, and fans can get a tease of the episode in a new promo. The NBC comedy returns Feb. 7.
2012 was a busy year for genre movies, with long-awaited movies that may have disappointed (John Carter, Prometheus), franchises making new bids of life (Men in Black 3, Total Recall) and the superhero movies that ruled them all (The Dark Knight Rises and, of course, The Avengers). But what was your favorite movie of the year? Tell all in our poll.
With a global haul of $732 million, The Dark Knight Rises slipped past Ice Age: Continental Drift on Sunday to become the second-highest grossing film of the year, behind Marvel’s The Avengers.
Willow Shields and Amandla Stenberg, the two young actresses who played Primrose Everdeen and Rue in Lionsgate’s blockbuster adaptation of The Hunger Games, charmed the press at Comic-Con International.
Toy Story 3 screenwriter Michael Arndt has been tapped to rewrite Hunger Games: Catching Fire for Lionsgate and new director Francis Lawrence.
Lionsgate reportedly has met with directors Francis Lawrence and Bennett Miller, contenders to fill Gary Ross’ shoes on the Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire.
Director Gary Ross officially announced he won’t helm The Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire, explaining there isn’t enough time for him to write and prepare before the August/September start date.
Director Gary Ross, who was rumored to be out of the running for Hunger Games: Catching Fire, reportedly has a meeting today with Lionsgate to try to reach a deal for the sequel.
The Hunger Games still on top at the domestic box office, outdistancing new releases American Reunion and Titanic 3D. The Gary Ross-adapted film grossed $33.5 million, bringing its North American total to nearly $303 million sinces its March 23 opening.
The Hunger Games director Gary Ross reportedly has given notice to Lionsgate that he won’t be returning for the sequel of the blockbuster, which has grossed nearly $378 million since its March 23 premiere.