Hutcherson shares "Hunger Games" memories while looking back at the blockbuster YA franchise.
Before she was a super-powered hero for Marvel, Brie Larson missed out on some major roles.
Brain twisting mystery, abrasive moral quandaries, cinematic classics and metaphysical westerns today as we bring you the best films on TV.
Writer Suzanne Collins has released a first look at the prequel novel in her Hunger Games series, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes.
Plans have been scrapped for a Lionsgate branded indoor entertainment center for New York City’s Times Square with attractions built around “The Hunger Games,” “John Wick” and “Mad Men.” Dubbed Lionsgate Entertainment City, Lionsgate and Parques Reunidos unveiled the plan in 2017 as the first of several branded indoor entertainment centers that the two companies were […]
Lionsgate and Suzanne Collins have announced the prequel book will come in 2020, which is set 64 years before the beginning of 'The Hunger Games'
The Hunger Games actor and Divergent star Shailene Woodley compare the Adrift shoot to The Exorcist and explain why YA fantasy franchises have all but disappeared.
At 27, Jennifer Lawrence takes on what she describes as her most challenging role yet in the new Darren Aronofsky thriller Mother!, hitting theaters this weekend. With three films in production for 2018, we can look forward to more stylish red carpet appearances by the Oscar-winning actress in the future — and if the past is our guide, she’s a welcome presence at any movie premiere. For evidence, take a look back at 10 years’ worth of memorable red carpet moments starting with her professional breakthrough as a TV actress in 2007.
According to Variety, Lionsgate Vice Chairman Michael Burns has revealed that the studio plans to continue the ‘Hunger Games’… with prequels to the original movie. “[The Hunger Games franchise] will live on and on,” he said during the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference in New York. Noting that the first two films were set mostly within the arenas of the 74th and 75th Hunger Games, Burns explained that the younger fans of ‘The Hunger Games’ preferred this approach… and their plans for the franchise would likely return to the games.
Along with Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, and Liam Hemsworth, Sam Claflin has been the biggest breakout star of the ‘Hunger Games’ franchise. The 29-year-old Brit joined the series as the blonde trident-wielding Finnick Odair in ‘Catching Fire’ and he reprises the role for a final time in ‘Mockingjay Part 2′ (out this week) breaking the hearts of his fans around the world. - Hunger Games Trio Address Fan Rumours - Hunger Games Franchise Could Continue He says his final day on ‘Mockingjay Part 2′ was rather emotional and the first thing he did when he finished shooting was head to the make up trailer to dye his hair “back normal” and, he jokingly adds, he “cried himself to sleep”.
It looks as though ‘Logan’s Run’ will be trying to replicate the movie’s it’s inspired… with the remake being compared to the ‘Hunger Games’. During an interview with Collider, writer and producer Simon Kinberg explained that the upcoming ‘Logan’s Run’ remake is now a priority for Warner Bros. “It’s something that potentially is their Hunger Games kind of franchise that is about a younger audience for a younger audience with a big idea,” he said.
A beautiful new IMAX poster for ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2′ has been released by Lionsgate that wouldn’t look out of place in an art gallery, and hidden amongst the stark black, white, and red imagery is lots of subtle subtext about the final chapter in the Katniss Everdeen saga. Jennifer Lawrence’s Katniss Everdeen - the figurehead of the insurgency against the Capitol - looms large as does the Mockingjay that represents the rebellion, but it’s the blood and roses that hint at the confrontation that will dominate the final film in the franchise. Notice how blood drips from Katniss’ right eye, the eye she uses to aim her trademark bow and arrow, which as we’ll see in ‘Mockingjay - Part 2′ is being used to target Snow.
An emotional new trailer for ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2′ has arrived and although it features no new footage from the final film in the franchise, it’s managed to bring a tear to our weary old eyes. Titled ‘For Prim’, the new trailer pays tribute to the sacrifices made by Jennifer Lawrence’s Katniss Everdeen in the name of her younger sister Prim played by Willow Shields throughout the series. Watch it below. Gah, all the FEELS.
Good morning, angels! Yes, in yet more reboot news, it seems another big screen take on ‘Charlie’s Angels’ is in the works - and a certain big-name actress-turned-director is in talks to direct it. Variety report that Elizabeth Banks has entered into negotiations with Sony to take the helm of a new movie centred on the iconic, high-camp, high-fashion crime-fighting trio employed by the enigmatic and unseen Charlie. ‘Charlie’s Angels’ started life in the Aaron Spelling-produced TV show of the late 1970s, whose varying line-up included Jaclyn Smith, Kate Jackson, Cheryl Ladd, Shelley Hack, Tanya Roberts, and most famously the late Farrah Fawcett.
We live in a world now where there’s not just trailers for films anymore, or even ‘teaser trailers’, but ‘teaser trailers’ FOR trailers.
Jennifer Lawrence’s new movie ‘Joy’ – which reunites her with Bradley Cooper and their American Hustle director David O. Russell – is about the woman who invented the Miracle Mop, not that you’d know it from the first teaser trailer. Instead we’re treated to a life-in-a-minute version of Joy, accompanied by a version of The Rolling Stones’ ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’, as she goes from little girl being promised the world to a gun-toting hardcase. While it’s difficult to tell exactly how writer/director Russell will handle the biopic, judging from the teaser it employs the same kind of epic period sweep as ‘Hustle’, though the haircuts aren’t quite as bad.
It looks as though ‘Hunger Games’ star Josh Hutcherson may have let slip about plans to continue the franchise beyond ‘Mockingjay Part 2’. During an interview with Conan O’Brien, the 22-year-old ‘Hunger Games’ star hinted that while ‘Mockingjay Part 2’ will conclude the series, there might yet be more to come. “An official source indicates there are ‘no plans’ for another Hunger Games movie at this time,” report the folks at /Film.
For those of you counting down the days to the release of ‘The Hinger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2′ this winter, here’s a treat to tide you over until then: 8 new character posters for the film. Enjoy them in all their face-painted glory below.