Planning to see Mockingjay this weekend? The best way to catch up on the series is by re-watching the first two movies before you go. Or you could watch this bad lip reading of the second film, which is all about pet iguanas and getting weird. Actually, it's required.*
Catching Fire, the second installment of The Hunger Games saga is not actually an experimental art house film about a family arguing over a pizza order as they play an epic game of Monopoly, crossed the $400-million mark at the domestic box office this week. With a domestic haul of $409.4 million, the Jennifer…
Favorite comments are "That one was wearing a Lady Gaga costume," and "Oooh... she's lethal and pretty!" Because yes, that's pretty much it. Although I kind wish this comment were true: "Yeah, they get — what is it? — one weekend to kill anybody they want?" I'd watch that.
It's official — The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has made all the money, racking up $110 million during the long Thanksgiving weekend. Domestically, Catching Fire has earned $296.5 million, just about half of its global haul of $573 million.
Jennifer Lawrence just became even more of your BFF because even though she is beautiful like a goddammed golden gazelle, she's apparently as klutzy as an elephant in a tutu on roller skates in an ice rink. Or something along those lines.
Nina Jacobson, producer of the Hunger Games movies, is fully aware of how tricky it is to have product tie-ins for a movie about a dystopian civilization.
In today's Tweet Beat, Jena Malone is happy to accept your apologies re: her acting, Rosie O'Donnell shares a pretty gross photo and Solange lays down the law concerning her former producer.
SPOILERS AHEAD. You've been warned.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire made all the money this weekend, raking in a record-topping $161.1 million. But that's not all this YA sequel did for the movie franchise. Catching Fire actually goes about unchecking our long list of problems with the first Hunger Games film, resetting the franchise both for die-hard…
Catching Fire, the vastly superior second installment of the Hunger Games saga, has set a record for November earnings, pulling in around $161.1 million over its opening weekend. That success has Hunger Games fans tingling with joy, so much joy, in fact, that some of them have started comparing Catching Fire to…
Not too shabby! Hunger Games: Catching Fire has pulled in $135 million so far domestically and worldwide combined. It is naturally expected to topple Thor:The Dark World as box office champ this weekend. No word yet on what ridiculously adorable thing Tom Hiddleston will do to get people back in theaters to see Thor.
The second Hunger Games movie builds on the emotional intensity of the first, telling a harrowing story of what happens when you win a deadly game by playing dirty. Catching Fire is the rare film that's better than the original book. Even if you've memorized Suzanne Collins' text, you'll get something new out of it.
"Honestly, there were hotter guys in my school than in this movie. Way hotter guys."
The Catching Fire media tour du monde finally landed in New York City and it seems like everyone is OVER IT. There were zero sumptuous stunning couture gowns on this red carpet. The vibe was more like OMG No1currr.
Last night was the Los Angeles premiere of the Hunger Games. I know what you're thinking: "Why does this movie get so many goddamn premieres?" The answer is (probably) that there will be one premiere for every time I vomit from sadness during the course of the film. Anyway, the stars all looked extremely gorgeous…
Pretty much everybody loves The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins' masterful dystopian novel. But the two novels that follow are divisive: Some people love Catching Fire, others love Mockingjay. Very few people seem to love both. And for me, personally, Mockingjay is the superior novel. Here's why.
Catching Fire is coming out next weekend, which means you can soon look forward to over two hours of basic cable CGI while quibbling over casting choices under your breath. Goody! As you hate-watch the latest Hunger Games installment, however, just remember the toll it has taken on the psyche of Sam Claflin, the…
Barbara Walters attended a screening of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire last night where she pissed off the rest of the audience because she was "screaming" questions at the four assistants she brought, repeatedly asking, "Who's that?" and "What's going on?"
If you've ever thought, "Hey! I want to look like an emaciated 11-year-old from District 9!" this is the makeup tutorial for you.
It's no secret the lazy cat casting from the first Hunger Games movie PISSED US OFF. Seriously, how hard was it to cast a yellow cat? Well, all that is about to be changed thanks to author Suzanne Collins and new Catching Fire director Francis Lawrence. Because that cat has been RECAST!