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Was your head steady enough at the end of Catching Fire to catch a glimpse of what may very well become Mockingjay’s promotional logo?
In a new interview with Digital Spy, Katniss actress Jennifer Lawrence offers some teases into how filming on The Hunger Games: Mockingjay has been going so far.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’s weekend box office numbers are in, and the film has set a new record for November in the United States.
Last night, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’s own Josh Hutcherson hosted Saturday Night Live with musical guest HAIM. Check out some of the highlights from last night’s episode.
One of the coolest and most interesting parts of Catching Fire is the geography of the arena. However, not all of the zones are created equal. Some zones are definitely more terrifying than others.
Willow Shields is just like you. We spoke with the actress yesterday and can prove it.
The first United States Catching Fire box office numbers are in. The Hunger Games sequel nabbed an impressive $25.2 million at the midnight box office.
609 days. That’s how long we’ve been waiting for The Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire to hit theaters.
Thor: The Dark World is yet to go into its third weekend and has already crossed the half a billion mark at the worldwide box office. But now it’s heading into a weekend against the highly anticipated The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
As a leaner and meaner film than the first, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is taken to a new level of intensity. We’ve seen the movie and have to warn you about the top five scenes to prepare yourself for. Minor spoilers.
He set fire to the bread, and then threw it at Katniss’ head. How awesome is that?
Mockingjay director Francis Lawrence already knows what the final visual will be in The Hunger Games series.
Actor Jeffrey Wright hadn’t read The Hunger Games until director Francis Lawrence offered him the role of Beetee. When he did, he was amazed by what Suzanne Collins was able to pull off.