Yet more casting news for the highly anticipated sequel The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has arrived, and we've got the scoop on whether or not this latest casting addition will also be sporting a ridiculous character name.
More casting news from the highly anticipated sequel The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has arrived, and we have all the details for ya right here free of screaming teenaged girls running around with fake plastic bows. Dig it!
More casting news is coming in for the highly anticipated sequel The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. The flick has finally found its Romulus Thread. Read on for all the details on these latest fiery developments.
We're around 15-1/2 months away from the release of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, which means lots of news between now and November of next year; and on tap for today we have a casting update on the character of Mags. Read on for the details!
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."
Even though Lionsgate's The Hunger Games hasn't played on a single screen as of yet, that doesn't mean that the sequel news cannot begin to start flowing. Official confirmation has come in terms of who the writer will be for Book Two in the franchise, Catching Fire.
Even though Lionsgate's big screen adaptation of the Suzanne Collins novel The Hunger Games hasn't even made it to theathers yet, that's not stopping the studio from gearing up for its sequel. Yes. Already. No really. Not kidding. Swear.
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.