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!
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.
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.
Wow. More casting for The Hunger Games. But really, how many friggin' people are in this thing? It's like every day there are two, three, four people added. Next up? More relative unknowns.
Rejoice, fans of The Hunger Games - The 24 tributes from all 12 Districts are now complete, and the reaping is over. Meet Cato and Clove from District 2: Alexander Ludwig (Race to Witch Mountain) and Isabelle Fuhrman (Orphan), respectively.
And the casting continues for Lionsgate's big screen version of The Hunger Games. Another adult has joined the mainly kid populated cast, and we can only pray that he snaps and begins hunting for Mr. Rabbit while trying to procure Snake Bite Juice™.
And we're down to just one district remaining as casting for the tributes from District 10 has been announced. But that's not the best news. Per The Hunger Games Facebook page, Stanley Tucci has also joined the cast as Caesar Flickerman, host of the Games!
And two more "tributes", this time from District 9, have been added to the cast of The Hunger Games in the form of young actors Imanol Yepez-Frias and Annie Thurman. The best part of this news? Only two districts remain (#2 and #10)!
Finally an actor with both a name and a role to report on! After weeks of telling you about mostly anonymous "tributes", there's news of a main character in Lionsgate's forthcoming adaptation of The Hunger Games. We never thought we'd see the day!
Guess what? Seriously, guess. We'll wait. Come on, you can do it. What's that? More Trubutes have been added to Lionsgate's adaptation of The Hunger Games? How in the world could you possibly have guessed that? You guys are way too smart for us!
More news that you've been dying for! Another two actors have been given nameless roles in Lionsgate's adaptation of The Hunger Games, and as always we've got the skinny for you here. Joy. According to The Hunger Games Facebook page Ashton Moio and Kara Petersen are portraying the unnamed District 6 Tributes. We hope they all die violently.