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!
Although it was widely reported last June that Lionsgate intended to split Mockingjay, the third book in Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games trilogy, into two films, Nina Jacobson, the producer who has been credited with discovering the series, says that decision is "not set in stone" and they are "still figuring it all out."
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!
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.
"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.
Another clip has arrived for Lionsgate's The Hunger Games, this one featuring Jennifer Lawrence and Lenny Kravitz having a moment. Watch and let us know what you think.
As part of its #hungergames24 advance screening promotion, Lionsgate has released the first official clip from The Hunger Games, and of course we have it for you right here. Check it out!
This week's issue of Entertainment Weekly has a big spread on The Hunger Games, including a half-dozen new photos from the film, one of which show characters we haven't seen yet; and we have them all for you right here!
With its release just a little over three weeks away, expect lots more promotional materials for The Hunger Games in the coming days. On tap right now for you we have a new TV spot, entitled "District 12".
In celebration of another milestone in the countdown to the release of The Hunger Games, with under 24 days until the film’s release, mirroring the 24 tributes in the story, Lionsgate has announced 24 advance screenings brought to you by NOOK® by Barnes & Noble.
Even though the film doesn’t open for another month, The Hunger Games' first-day ticket sales on Wednesday, February 22, broke the previous first-day advance ticket-seller record set by The Twilight Saga: Eclipse on Friday, May 14, 2010.
Taking a page from The Twilight Saga's playbook, talent from The Hunger Games will be embarking on an eight-city national tour to meet press and fans from March 3rd through 10th, 2012. Read on for the details!
And what would a weekend be without poster number twenty-five(!) for The Hunger Games? Talk about going all out on an ad campaign. Still here's another. Read on to check out the goods.
We've seen a lot of different viral campaigns over the years, but this one? These ads for The Hunger Games are so ridiculously garish that we kind of dig them. We'll let 'em speak for themselves.
For fans of The Hunger Games today must feel like Christmas. Along with the debut of the second trailer for the film, we have a new still and information on its limited one-week engagement in IMAX theatres.