It won't hit theaters before The Hunger Games, but on May 4 The Avengers will satisfy our hunger for superheroes quicker than The Dark Knight Rises, which arrives on July 20.
I've heard stories about movies that were so big on opening day that theaters would actually keep screenings going twenty four hours to satisfy demand.
As the release date for The Hunger Games gets closer, critical mass is growing in terms of box office expectations and fan anticipation, the latter of which is especially off the charts.
The Hunger Games is quite possibly the most anticipated movie of the year right behind The Dark Knight Rises, and tracking on the film (which is Hollywood shorthand for awareness and interest) is huge.
You knew this wouldn’t take long. The first day tickets for The Hunger Games went on sale a month before the film’s release date, and it’s already breaking records.
As we've reported before here on TG, the "buzz" you'll hear about upcoming films isn't always accurate.
In the case of Titanic, many predicted doom before it became the biggest box office hit in history.
A new trailer for The Hunger Games has gone live, which will be airing during Super Bowl Sunday on February 5.
A new tumblr blog - which is being written in-canon for the upcoming Hunger Games adaptation - went live this week.
I very clearly recall the controversy over the Japanese movie Battle Royale, which never actually had an official release in the States.
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.
Other than The Dark Knight Rises, there’s probably no greater anticipation for a 2012 movie than The Hunger Games.
The two most anticipated movies of the year are undoubtedly Hunger Games and Dark Knight. Luckily, you can already order tickets for the latter film.
As we've recently reported, there's a lot of big geek movies coming this year, and according to a new poll, The Hunger Games, hitting theaters on March 23, is the most anticipated.
Anticipation is building for the big screen adaptation of The Hunger Games, the best selling trilogy of books written by Suzanne Collins, which hit theaters on March 23 by Lion's Gate.
During the MTV Video Music Awards this past weekend, the few people who still watch the network caught quick a glimpse of the first teaser trailer for Hunger Games.