Another new clip has landed online in advance of The Hunger Games' premiere this coming Friday, March 23rd, and of course we're saving you the trouble of hunting it down. And stay close - with the film's debut rapidly approaching, we're sure there'll be more soon!
Early buzz is coming in for Lionsgate's The Hunger Games (review coming soon) and it's been surprisingly positive. Gotta admit we're curious. Either way, dig on more soundbites with the cast and crew.
Lionsgate's The Hunger Games is rapidly approaching, and to get you geared up for what will no doubt be a cinematic spectacle, we've got a plethora of soundbites on tap with the cast and crew. Dig on Part One with Jennifer Lawrence, Woody Harrelson, Wes Bentley, and more now, and look for Part 2 soon!
We remember the days when the thought of a feature film being adapted from a comic series was generally scoffed at. Other than heavy hitters like Superman and his ilk, they were few and far in between. My how times have changed.
Both a "Countdown Event" TV spot and a new clip have arrived for The Hunger Games. Just one more week, and we'll all know if the film is able to live up to the hype and steal the box office crown from The Twilight Saga. We definitely have "Hope" that it does!
Another comic adaptation is on its way from New Line, and we've got the scoop on what's next and who's writing it. Read on for all the latest details of Y The Last Man
Looks like the dead will not start waging war until 2013 (that is if the Mayans don't get us first this December). Time to adjust them calendars, kids. Get your pencils ready.
Wait a second! Isn't the U.S. supposed to be the one with the crazy uptight stick up its ass when it comes to cinema content?!? The UK is ALWAYS stealing our thunder, damn it!
There are so many things that ought to be wrong with Battleship, but despite them all, we cannot wait for it to make an appearance on the big screen this coming May! Check out this latest trailer and a behind-the-scenes peek at the flick, and see if you don't agree.
A new one-sheet for The Hunger Games has taken aim online in honor of the film's just wrapped eight-city tour, and we have it here for you to decide whether or not it's a bull's-eye.
No, we are not talking about the world's coolest informercial (though that would be hilarious). What we've got on tap for you here is a new television adaptation heading your way from two masters of their craft!
After Universal passed on moving forward with the planned three-film, two-TV miniseries adaptation of Stephen King’s post-apocalyptic tale The Dark Tower, Ron Howard and Brian Grazer pledged to keep the project going, and it looks like they just might... with Warner Bros.
"Tell Me", a new clip from "The Hunger Games", has arrived to kick off the work week, and for a change it doesn't focus on Jennifer Lawrence's character, Katniss. Instead it shows Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) answering a few questions from Caesar (Stanley Tucci) before heading into the arena.
Those damned aliens, man. They just never give up. Each time they invade, we end up beating them off until they leave. Kind of like when horny Americans go to Thailand!