It's no surprise Hunger Games had an enormous opening weekend at the box office, although still not the biggest of all time.
Chockstone Pictures has released the first teaser trailer for its upcoming young adult fantasy film The Host.
It’s now a mere two weeks before The Hunger Games hits theaters, which means the hype machine’s really going into overdrive.
Love it or hate it, Twilight and True Blood have made vampires the hot monsters, although they’re certainly not traditional bloodsuckers in the classic Dracula vein (pun intended).
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.
Summit Entertainment acquired the rights to adapt The Night Circus - a young adult fantasy novel - about a year ago.
While I'm not exactly a huge Twilight enthusiast, I do find it interesting that the latest films were helmed by a terrific director, Bill Condon, who also headed up the big screen version of Dreamgirls.
Stephenie Meyer isn’t only known for Twilight, she’s also written another book called The Host - a sci-fi novel about an alien race known as the Souls which takes over the Earth and its inhabitants.
Love it or hate it, Twilight's not going away any time soon. The latest Twilight flick, Breaking Dawn Part 1, made $500 million world-wide within a twelve day period, saving the box office from a months long slump.
The world of video games can best be described as somewhat manic depressive. One day it's going like gangbusters, and the next it's fallen off a jagged precipice into a downward spiral.
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.
Over the weekend, MTV debuted its new supernatural teen drama series, Teen Wolf. It wasn’t as bad as a expected.
The new Daredevil movie has found a star, and it means that no one will want to see the movie.
Even though star Kristen Stewart has gone on record saying she wants the next Twilight movie to be shot in 3D, the film's production company has spoken out saying it won't be done.
Kristen Stewart, or as millions of hardcore geeky fans know her, Bella Swan, wants the next and final installment in the Twilight movie series to be presented in 3D.