Gary Ross is a screenwriter/director whose work I've always enjoyed.
There's so many movies that come out that anybody could direct that have no distinctive point of view, but Ross has penned and helmed some wonderfully unique films like Big, Dave, and Seabiscuit.
After becoming one of the biggest movies of the year, The Hunger Games hit a speed bump when director Gary Ross left the franchise because he didn't think he could get the film up and running in time to meet the studio deadline.
Lionsgate has recruited Francis Lawrence to direct Catching Fire, the sequel to the wildly popular adventure film, The Hunger Games.
So we all know now that Gary Ross, the man who helmed the Hunger Games, won’t be back for the next installment, Catching Fire.
While it may have finally slipped down from the #1 spot on the box office charts, there's still plenty going on in the world of Hunger Games, especially with the cast getting used to a new director.
As we all know, Hunger Games is the most popular film in America right now. It’s been on top of the box office charts for a month straight, and it doesn’t look like its reign at the top will end any time soon.
The Hunger Games is still the number one movie in the country, going on its fourth week at the top of the box office charts, a feat no film has done since Avatar.
Lionsgate apparently tried its very best to hold it all together, but to no avail.
You knew this list was going to turn up on the ‘Net soon enough, especially with negotiations continuing in a frantic attempt to keep director Gary Ross attached to the wildly successful Hunger Games franchise.
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.
Earlier this week, we reported that Gary Ross, the director of Lionsgate’s Hunger Games, was "renegotiating" his involvement in the second film (Catching Fire).
Gary Ross is currently in negotiations with Lionsgate about directing Catching Fire, the upcoming movie based on the second book of the wildly popular Hunger Games trilogy.
The Hunger Games is one of the most anticipated movies of the year, and it's now just about a month away from being released on March 23.
Reading the Hunger Games books penned by Suzanne Collins obviously won't be a prerequisite for millions of people waiting to see the hotly anticipated film on opening day.
Funny thing about The Hunger Games. For a book that's sold twelve million copies, I hadn't heard of it, and several acquaintances I've asked haven't heard of it, nor read it either.