Fans of The Hunger Games looking for new info on the currently filming adaptation got a bone thrown their way today with an update on the score, an all-star collaboration between T-Bone Burnett and Danny Elfman. In addition Burnett confirmed that star Jennifer Lawrence will be heard singing on the soundtrack.
Just because all the tributes have been cast, we certainly hope you weren't thinking we were done with news about The Hunger Games for a while because today we have something the fans have been calling for ever since Jennifer Lawrence was chosen for the film: a first look at her in character as Katniss Everdeen.
Speculation time is over. Lionsgate's big screen adaptation of The Hunger Games officially has an actor nailed down to play Effie, the flaky bureaucrat who escorts her district's young death-match contestants to their fate. Excited? Hello? Ummm ...
Two more up-and-coming young actors have signed on for Lionsgate's adaptation of The Hunger Games, one of whom has quite an impressive Hollywood pedigree.
Another day. Another bit of casting news for The Hunger Games. Don't be surprised if even more comes later in the day as well. That's just how movies like this roll. Everyone wants in. The question remains though ... will you want in the theatre?
And the casting news for The Hunger Games remains white hot, as yet another young actor is vying for a part in the new tweener craze which may just dethrone Twilight as the reigning king of the youngsters' hearts.
The Hunger Games are open to everyone of all ages to play. More casting news has come in for Lionsgate's big screen adaptation of Suzanne Collins' popular novel. Get ready to meet the young blood and more.
Well, the guessing games are over as Lionsgate has officially found its two male leads to duke it out for the right to survive in their upcoming flick The Hunger Games.
Even though Showtime's "Weeds" has long jumped the shark (yet, for some strange reason we continue watching), there's no doubt that there's a lot of talent associated with the show. Especially in Hunter Parrish, who plays the eldest son who just wants a semi-normal life.
Lionsgate's adaptation of Suzanne Collins' futuristic novel The Hunger Games has its leading lady locked down. Now the real fun can begin, right? Hello? Anyone?
Lionsgate's adaptation of Suzanne Collins' futuristic novel The Hunger Games is getting set to land itself quite the leading lady in Best Actress Oscar nominee Jennifer Lawrence (Winter's Bone), and we've got the 411 on what to expect if she signs.
Lionsgate has secured a date to begin trying to capitalize on the tweener craze with an adaptation of Suzanne Collins' futuristic novel The Hunger Games. So when can you expect the 'Gate to get all emo?
More news out of AFM as it appears Lionsgate is this close to finalizing a deal for Gary Ross to direct its adaptation of Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games. Ross joined producer Nina Jacobson at the film market today to discuss their vision for the film.
Variety reported today that Gary Ross (Pleasantville, Seabiscuit) is following up his rewrite of Spider-Man 4 with writing-directing duties on a solo spin-off movie based on the Marvel villain Venom that got shoehorned quite awkwardly into Spider-Man 3. I ask this in all honesty: Does anyone care about a Venom movie?
Despite his assurances to the contrary during Nomad's Crazies set visit early last month, it now appears that Breck Eisner is indeed no longer involved with The Creature from the Black Lagoon remake for Universal Pictures and Strike Enter