While dystopian stories for teens and young adults may not last forever, The Hunger Games and Diversion are certainly going to milk the genre for all its worth. The Hunger Games should especially stay strong until the movies finally wrap up in 2015, and Catching Fire is now officially one of the biggest grossing films of all time.
We all knew The Hunger Games: Catching Fire would make a big pile of money, that was a given. Yet the first week, it only came out a little bit ahead of the original. What a difference a holiday makes.
No matter what the critics think about the next Hunger Games movie, Catching Fire, it’s going to be an enormous success no matter what. Still, we’re definitely curious if the next installment is any better or worse than the original, especially considering original screenwriter / director Gary Ross (Big, Seabiscuit) didn’t come back for another go round. (He was replaced by I Am Legend director Francis Lawrence.)
The second Hunger Games installment, Catching Fire, is well over a month and a half away from release on November 22. But you can get your tickets early, and according to several reports it’s already doing big business nearly two months in advance.
Relativity Media has released a new featurette for its upcoming startle flick.
It seems like Jennifer Lawrence is now officially a major movie star.
The second Hunger Games film needs a new male lead, and a few up and coming names in genre projects have been offered up for consideration.
Jennifer Lawrence - aka Katniss of The Hunger Games - is starring in a new horror flick, House at the End of the Street.
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).
It's certainly been a long wait for The Hunger Games, but the film is finally going to hit theaters this Friday, March 23.
It’s now a mere two weeks before The Hunger Games hits theaters, which means the hype machine’s really going into overdrive.
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.
The original X-Men movie was a big turning point for comic movies, as the major studios finally began taking the medium seriously.
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.
Lionsgate has released a stunning, full-length trailer for its upcoming Hunger Games film adaptation.
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.