It may be considered the newest darling of the tweener crowd, but so far everything we've seen from The Hunger Games film adaptation has looked pretty promising, including this latest bit of promo in the form of an ad for China Glaze's "Capitol Colours" series of nail polishes featuring Elizabeth Banks' character, District 12 escort Effie Trinket.
Man, the studios are sure in a mad dash to get out their stuff for the holidays! Next on tap for you guys is a new one-sheet for Lionsgate's big screen adaptation of The Hunger Games. Check it out!
Excited for Lionsgate's big screen adaptation of The Hunger Games? Then wake up from your tryptophan induced coma and focus your gravy-filled peepers right here for a new still!
Hot on the heels of releasing the official trailer for The Hunger Games, Lionsgate has provided People Magazine with a few new stills from the film. In addition, we've heard some rumblings about the studio already attempting to lock in a writer for the sequel, entitled Catching Fire.
As someone who hasn't read The Hunger Games books, I've been anxiously awaiting the film's trailer in order to see what all the fuss is about, and I have to admit it's pretty impressive. Check it out and see if you don't agree that Lionsgate has a winner on its hands!
I get why studios often release character posters, and to the whole slew of Hunger Games fanatics out there, it's probably pretty fun to see these characters begin to take shape for the first time outside of their imaginations.
A short while ago the first District Seals from The Hunger Games began making their way online, and now, thanks to the magic of Facebook, we have a full gallery of all 12 Seals along with the list of what each District stands for.
If you bothered to actually watch MTV's Video Music Awards beyond Lady Gaga's performance, you may have caught the very first footage from Lionsgate's The Hunger Games. If not ... we've got you covered as always!
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.
Composer Danny Elfman sure has a lot on his plate lately. He's signed on to score Sam Raimi’s Oz: The Great and Powerful and two Tim Burton projects, Dark Shadows and Frankenweenie, to name a few. We guess it wouldn't hurt to add Lionsgate's big screen adaptation of The Hunger Games to the list!
We've all been waiting patiently for Relativity Media's The House at the End of the Street to come our way (if only for the cool throwback of a title), and it looks like we're going to be waiting a couple of months longer.
Another day, another The Hunger Games story. But this one isn't about casting; it's about profits for Lionsgate, whose executives confirmed today that even though the literary franchise created by Suzanne Collins is comprised of just three books, the film franchise will be made up of four features.
Every good horror story needs a badass villain to give its heroes a run for their money. In the case of The Hunger Games, that role is filled by President Coriolanus Snow, and who better to play the big bad than acting legend Donald Sutherland?
The names Toby Jones, Amber Chaney, Nelson Ascencio, and Kimiko Gelman may not be all that familiar to you now, but these four actors have joined the ever-expanding cast of The Hunger Games in fairly minor, yet still influential, roles. Read on for who's playing whom!
Apparently opening for one of the world's biggest rock bands (U2) isn't enough for Lenny Kravitz as he's recently joined one of the world's biggest casts (The Hunger Games) in the role of Cinna, stylist to the star of the Games, Katniss Everdeen.