Many times I’ll learn of a celebrity’s passing on Facebook, because a lot of my Facebook friends are film buffs, and they’ll post about it there first. When a good friend posted, “No, not Philip Seymour Hoffman,” it took a while for the news to sink in, just like any death, and cliché as it is to say it, it is truly a terrible loss.
In 2017, Avatar Land will open at Disney, not to mention there may also be Star Wars rides coming to the Magic Kingdom as well. (This is pretty much be a given considering Lucas sold the franchise to Disney._ But would you be interested in taking your kids to a Hunger Games theme park?
While it got pretty good reviews, Ender’s Game didn’t open to the big box office many had hoped for, and it looks like the saga will pretty much end here. Or will it?
Sine the world was supposed to end last year, we’ve been in love with Armageddon. Actually, we’ve loved it long before then, but these days it seems the public can’t get enough of the world coming to an end, and how the survivors try to make their way through what’s left.
Fans of The Hunger Games should have the franchise on the big screen for at least two more years.
On September 10, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire officially began production.
The CW is currently in talks to produce a serial based on the book that was killed by wildly popular Hunger Games.
You’ve got to be fairly tough to win in The Hunger Games, but the franchise may have to soon accept defeat, at least as a best-seller.
Lionsgate recently confirmed that MockingJay - the upcoming conclusion to its wildly popular franchise - will be split into two films.
Lionsgate has released the details for its upcoming DVD/Blu-ray release of The Hunger Games.
Lionsgate has recruited Francis Lawrence to direct Catching Fire, the sequel to the wildly popular adventure film, The Hunger Games.
Jennifer Lawrence - aka Katniss of The Hunger Games - is starring in a new horror flick, House at the End of the Street.
I’ve been writing for quite some time now and my third book - Reel Terror - is about to hit store shelves in October.
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.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone that The Hunger Games had a very successful second weekend after posting the third biggest opening in movie history with $152 million.
The summer is a very competitive time for movies, and many times we'll see the major studios will book rival blockbusters on the same date, to see which movie will back out first.
As expected, The Hunger Games had an enormous three day weekend, pulling in a cool $152 million.
Based on the novel of the same name, this young adult fantasy film is jarring and powerful. It captures the feel of Suzanne Collins’ novel well, even if it doesn’t strictly follow the path.
At this point, is there anyone on earth who’s not aware The Hunger Games is hitting theaters this weekend?