The Hunger Games: Catching Fire officially has its Plutarch Heavensbee, head gamemaker for the Hunger Games, as Philip Seymour Hoffman is now confirmed for the role.
A few days ago Jena Malone was in talks to play snide tribute Johanna Mason in The Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire, a key role that will be reprised in the trilogy’s third installment, Mockingjay. Malone now has a firm offer and is in early negotiations for the part .
Anyone who may be afraid that Francis Lawrence, the new director for The Hunger Games sequel, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, will be toning things down violence-wise can relax. Franchise star Jennifer Lawrence promises, "He’s not trying to reinvent anything."
Just a few days ago the word on the street was that two actresses were on the short list to play "Johanna Mason" in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, but now one of them is out and another has taken her place.
The battle for roles in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has begun to heat up as all eyes are on one of two girls to land the key role of "Johanna Mason." Read on for the latest on who the choices are. Dig it!
We brought you the news a while back that Warner Brothers was moving ahead with another I Am Legend flick, but beyond that there weren't many details available. Recently the star of the first film, Will Smith, spoke to the BBC regarding if he'll be back for more.
And here we go with our first bit of potential casting news for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, the highly anticipated sequel to The Hunger Games. Philip Seymour Hoffman has been tapped to portray Plutarch Heavensbee.
Now that a director has been found to carry The Hunger Games sequel, Catching Fire, into theatres in 2013, Lionsgate has been look to find a writer, and they're zeroing in on one in particular.
Lionsgate put out a press release today officially confirming that Francis Lawrence (I Am Legend, Constantine) will direct The Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire for a November 2013 release. Read on for all the details and casting confirmation.
Lionsgate has picked Francis Lawrence (I Am Legend, Constantine) to direct The Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire, replacing Gary Ross, who opted out of the gig after helming the hugely successful first installment of the franchise.
With Gary Ross opting not to direct the sequel to The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, the race is on to find a director to take his place. Ready for the super short list? Read on!
It was back in mid-2011 when we last spoke about another installment of I Am Legend, and at that time director Francis Lawrence was pretty certain a prequel wasn't happening. It seems he was right, but that doesn't mean Warner Bros. has given up completely on the title.
The big screen adaptation of Constantine ... well ... sucked. With the exception of Peter Stormare's all too short stint as Satan himself, there's really not a lot of good to say about the movie. But what of its possible sequel?
A couple of weeks ago we brought you the unseen I Am Legend creatures that literally made us cringe at the thought of what they had been replaced with. Now something else I Am Legend related is ready to not be seen ... its proposed prequel.
Yep, prepare to be annoyed. Before we get to that, though, you may be wondering why we're covering the Will Smith flick I Am Legend years after its release. Believe me we're just as shocked. Still, something really cool has surfaced online that should not be ignored.