The Hunger Games
Jennifer Lawrence Talks Big Budget vs. Indie Films in Latest Bonus Clip from The Hunger Games' Home Video Release
The Hunger Games arrives on home video on August 18th, and to help fuel the fervor even more, Lionsgate has released a new bonus clip in which star Jennifer Lawrence reflects on her decision to make the move from mostly independent films to the blockbuster.
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!
Some confirmed casting news has come in for what will no doubt be a box office monster, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. I can almost smell the psychotic fans lining up a year early to get their first glimpse at the next chapter. Here's hoping that they "Occupy Deodorant."
In Funtactix's The Hunger Games Adventures on Facebook, players can expand the story everyone came to love from the film. Several new screenshots have been revealed in order to give fans a chance to see all of the fun that they are missing!
San Diego Comic-Con 2012: Amandla Stenberg, Jack Quaid, Dayo Okeniyi, and Willow Shields Talk The Hunger Games
Fans of The Hunger Games, rejoice! Even though things were for the most part quiet from the mega-property at the San Diego Comic-Con, you're still going to get an opportunity to hear from some of your favorite stars!
Piggy-backing on the announcement of Amanda Plummer joining the cast of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire comes news of three more actors being eyed to suit up and prepare for active duty in the most dangerous game in teen literature.
According to the official Hunger Games Facebook page, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire officially has its "Wiress" in Amanda Plummer. Things have certainly just gotten a bit more interesting with this addition as Plummer can really turn on the crazy when she needs to.
Since everything under the sun has to premiere at Comic-Con, Lionsgate has decided to unleash a look at some of the special features on the forthcoming Blu-ray release of The Hunger Games. And we've got it for you.
Even though the first The Hunger Games isn't even on DVD or Blu-ray yet and the second film, Catching Fire, is still a long way off, that hasn't stopped Lionsgate from announcing release dates for the final two films in the series based upon the third book, Mockingjay.
At the end of May we received the first word on what will be included in the home video release of The Hunger Games from Lionsgate, and now we have an official trailer for the special features. Talk about covering all the bases!
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire officially has its Plutarch Heavensbee, head gamemaker for the Hunger Games, as Philip Seymour Hoffman is now confirmed for the role.
A few days ago Jena Malone was in talks to play snide tribute Johanna Mason in The Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire, a key role that will be reprised in the trilogy’s third installment, Mockingjay. Malone now has a firm offer and is in early negotiations for the part .
Anyone who may be afraid that Francis Lawrence, the new director for The Hunger Games sequel, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, will be toning things down violence-wise can relax. Franchise star Jennifer Lawrence promises, "He’s not trying to reinvent anything."
Just a few days ago the word on the street was that two actresses were on the short list to play "Johanna Mason" in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, but now one of them is out and another has taken her place.
The battle for roles in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has begun to heat up as all eyes are on one of two girls to land the key role of "Johanna Mason." Read on for the latest on who the choices are. Dig it!