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"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" did exactly what it was expected to do at the box office this weekend, destroying the record books with a whopping $161.1 million debut according to Film.com.
That's the fourth biggest opening of all time. It also demolished the record for the biggest November opening ever, previously held by "The Twilight Saga: New Moon," which earned $142.1 million back in 2009.
Needless to say, nothing else came close this weekend. But for a full run down of the box office top ten, including figures for Vince Vaughn's disappointing new comedy "Delivery Man," head to Film.com.
The first teaser trailer for Constantine Films' 3D motion capture version of "Tarzan" was released just over a year ago, and while it was still a little rough around the edges, so to speak, it presented some morsel of promise for the animation end of this thing.
This new full-length trailer for the pic, however, kind of looks like something a kid might have just thrown together in his basement. Oof.
Ashley Greene had her breakout role in the supporting cast of Cullens in "The Twilight Saga" movies, but we knew it was only a matter of time before this brunette beauty stepped into the spotlight on her own.
We like to think we can see the future like Ashley's "Twilight" character Alice Cullen, and we predict we'll be seeing this actress lead movies and magazine covers for a long time. Flip through these photos, and you'll believe in our vision, too.
Those moans of excitement you hear aren't just people enjoying their three day weekends (hubba hubba). Or at least, not all of them. There's finally some official casting news for the long-awaited film adaptation of sextastic series "Fifty Shades of Grey."
Dakota Johnson, 23, who made her name on NBC's short-lived "Ben and Kate," as well as roles in "The Five-Year Engagement" and "21 Jump Street," will bare all as Anastasia Steele, the story's female lead, "Fifty Shades" author E.L. James tweeted this morning. Get More »
Are you ready to rock with "Plush"?
Director Catherine Hardwicke, who brought us the original "Twilight," "Red Riding Hood" and arguably one of the best coming-of-age films of all time, "Thirteen," is back with this tale of love, death and rock n' roll.
Emily Browning stars as Hayley, a rising rock star who finds herself in a downward spiral after she loses her brother and band mate to a drug overdose. Hayley finds hope with Enzo (Xavier Samuel), the replacement guitarist who inspires her to reach new creative heights. But then things start to get a little ... intense. And downright dangerous. Get More »
Remember Actresses Without Teeth? Well, this is easily ten times more disturbing. Not to mention, it's probably not even close to what you had in mind when imagining what Mila Kunis and these other Hollywood hotties would look like without any clothes on, right fellas?
She made her name and her fortune with the "Twilight" books and movies, but now Stephenie Meyer is ready for new experiences. She steps out as a producer of "Austenland," which opens in limited release this weekend. It's her fourth producer credit (she produced both "Breaking Dawn" installments and "The Host"), but the first movie she's worked on that's not based on her own writings.
The story focuses on a young woman (Keri Russell) who is obsessed with the work of Jane Austen and thus heads to an Austen-themed English estate to live out her Regency era dreams. Once there, she finds out that maybe living within a fantasy isn't all it's cracked up to be.
We chatted with Meyer ahead of the movie's release and got her to dish on her secret to youth (she's not a vampire), what she's obsessed with and her favorite "Twilight" fanfiction of all time. Get More »
Jennifer Coolidge is lucky nobody in Regency England knew how to bend and snap, because Lord knows everyone everywhere else does, and doesn't hesitate to let the actress know. Best known for her memorable turns in "Legally Blonde" and as Stifler's mom in "American Pie," Coolidge's latest release, "Austenland," takes her to a Jane Austen-themed estate on the English countryside. She plays Elizabeth Charming, a woman with more money than she seems to know what to do with who ends up spending it on a trip to the manor and befriending Jane Erstwhile (Keri Russell), an Austen aficionado.
Coolidge brings her trademark comic chops to the role (her reason for heading to the romantic sleepaway camp is that she thinks her chest would look great in period fashions) and plays charmingly against Russell and the rest of the cast.
Here, the actress opens up about whether Austenian romance still exists, her theory that producer Stephenie Meyer is a vampire and how many times she's bent and snapped in her life. Get More »
It's a horror story that any movie fan can relate to, Twi-Hard or not: You're watching TV and you see the name of your favorite movie listed on your channel guide, only to flip over and discover that the "Twilight" they're showing doesn't have Edward and Jacob battling for the love of Bella — but instead Gene Hackman and Paul Newman fighting over Susan Sarandon.
You were just punked by Same Name Syndrome. (Hey, at least it also includes a topless Reese Witherspoon.) Get More »