Though it may not come as a surprise, today The Hunger Games producer Nina Jacobsen is speaking out on why future films in the franchise won’t be rated R.
Evidence is strong that The Hunger Games will have another impressive weekend at the box office!
Grimm is back tonight with a new episode at 9pm on NBC!
Tune in to The CW tonight for a dose of Supernatural, featuring DJ Qualls!
Call-in votes, texts and emails aren’t enough for social media-savvy singing competition The Voice. This season, viewers will be able to vote for their favorite contestants on Facebook.
Usher’s next album, Looking for Myself, will be released June 12.
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We’ve recently been seeing a war of words between Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat and Harry Potter director David Yates over prospects of the latter directing a Who movie. Talking to press yesterday, Yates confirmed his plans for the film and spoke about when we can expect it.
One of the most delightful aspects of Tarsem’s Mirror Mirror is an out-of-left field, Bollywood-style song and dance number during the end credits, with Lily Collins singing “I Believe in Love.” The sequence is now available online and is more than worth giving a watch!
Many Hollywood sequels are created just to squeeze every possible dollar out of movie-goers, and, in turn, end up being horrible movies all around. Wrath of the Titans falls into this category in every possible way.
We’ve seen TV spots for The Avengers, but this one sums up the movie, the villain, the heroes and the army they must face, all in a 30-second span.
New previews of the next episode of Smash – “Hell on Earth” – show Ivy and Karen covering Rihanna’s “Cheers (Drink to That)” in the middle of Times Square and the pair’s new gigs since the Marilyn workshop.
Today the long-awaited Hunger Games Adventures launched on Facebook!
Speaking to the Harry Potter supervising art director Neil Lamont at Leavesden Studios, Hypable has learned when we can expect to see more sets kept in storage added to the WB Tour.
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If you’re interested in seeing the locations where The Hunger Games was shot last year, check out this great report from The Today Show!
Disney purchased Marvel a good couple years ago, and one of the questions was whether or not the comic company’s super heroes would begin appearing in Disney’s parks.
Not yet – but Disney is selling out one of their monorails to promote The Avengers film.
“Possessed by love,” the poster readers. You may also be possessed by the striking eyes of Bel Ami‘s leading cast members in this new poster.
Got an iPad and HBO Go? Prepare to watch Game of Thrones “on a whole new level” as the story unfolds!