The Hunger Games
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!
The Hunger Games Continue as the Cabin in the Woods Fills with Stooges and Battleship Explodes Abroad
The woods are alive with the sound of teenagers getting killed. With The Hunger Games ruling the box office for the fourth straight week, just how did the other teen killfest, The Cabin in the Woods, fare against this box office juggernaut and three guys named Moe, Larry, and Curly? Read on!
We had to pinch ourselves midway through that headline just to make sure we were not hallucinating. With Gary Ross officially out the picture, Lionsgate is scrambling to find another director, and their short list is incredibly interesting.
For the past week or so rumors have been swirling around regarding whether or not director Gary Ross would be returning the The Hunger Games franchise to take the reins of the sequel, Catching Fire. The final word has come.
If there was anything catching fire on the internet yesterday, it was the news that The Hunger Games director Gary Ross would not be returning to the mega-hit franchise. However, it sounds as if that news may have come prematurely, and if there's anything we hate around here, it's coming prematurely.
It doesn't amount to a hill of beans here in the States as The Hunger Games has already ruined the American Reunion and resunk the Titanic in American cinemas, but overseas? That's far from the story as Wrath of the Titans is kicking a copious amount of box office ass!
Well then, here's some interesting news... it's no secret that anyone who's locked into working on the next couple of sequels in The Hunger Games franchise would pretty much be set for life upon completion, but director Gary Ross has other plans.
There's little doubt that The Hunger Games (review here) will most likely take the weekend box office crown yet again, so it's about time someone parodied this phenomenon! Welcome to ... The Hipster Games!
Game developer Funtactix has released their newest social networking game for Facebook based on the popular world of The Hunger Games. The Hunger Games Adventures continues the story you've seen in theaters, as you complete missions in Panem and progress through the game.
Even ancient Greek gods going to war with each other in 3D proved no match for futuristic teenagers killing each in 2D. All other movies were again forced to fight to the death for table scraps as The Hunger Games' reign continued.
Will The Hunger Games (review here) continue its box office winning ways this weekend? It's a good bet, but why not take a moment to have a laugh at the tributes' expense?
The Hunger Games was so starved for cash it ate all of it, like Galactus devouring planets. There’s none left for any other movie. $155 million opening weekend: the third biggest opening of all time just behind the final Harry Potter movie and The Dark Knight, and better than all of the Twilight flicks. Suck on that, glittering vamps.
Time for a bit more eye candy in relationship to this weekend's release of The Hunger Games (review here)! Next on tap, some behind-the-scenes shenanigans! Dig it!