That bunch knows how to sizzle before the camera. But did you know Jennifer Lawrence (Katniss Everdeen) can also air-puppetteer her own face? Or that Josh Hutcherson (Peeta Mellark) can make an insane cricket chirping noise on cue? Or that Liam Hemsworth (Gale Hawthorne) can perform magic tricks for a crowd? Get More »
"The Hunger Games" gang will be back in action this fall, when production on the first sequel "Catching Fire" — now formally titled "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" — will finally begin (eep!).
So what've they got going on this summer until then? Here's the scoop on how Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth and the rest of "The Hunger Games" cast are spending their summer. Get More »
Before Lenny Kravitz landed the role of Nurse John in the Oscar-winning 2009 film "Precious," directed by Lee Daniels, his film credentials were mostly comprised of soundtrack selections.
Now, he's a big star in "The Hunger Games," but for his next job, he's going back to his film roots and re-teaming with Lee Daniels for his next biopic piece "The Butler."
According to The Film Stage, Kravitz's role in the film is unconfirmed, but the story details the experience of eight-time presidential butler Eugene Allen, who was profiled in the Washington Post. Get More »
On the heels of "The Hunger Games"'record-smashing debut at the box office, some truly disturbing but sadly unsurprising news has emerged on what some fans have been complaining about the movie on Twitter.
According to the Tumblr page Hunger Games Tweets, a crop of racist remarks concerning the film's diverse cast -- particularly aimed at the characters Rue (Amandla Stenberg) and Thresh (Dayo Okeniyi) -- began appearing in the Twitterverse over the weekend.
"Why does rue have to be black not gonna lie kinda ruined the movie," tweeted one clueless fan, because obviously any black character that elicits sympathy and love is bound to ruin a racist's day at the movies. Get More »
The long wait is over this Friday when "The Hunger Games" officially opens in theaters across the country, and we could not be more excited to watch some youngsters fight to the death as Suzanne Collins' series of dystopic young-adult epics catches fire on the screen.
When 16-year-old Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) volunteers as tribute from District 12 for the title battle royale, she brings an unexpected set of skills that makes her uniquely suited to a good ol' fashioned human hunt. Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson and Stanley Tucci costar. Get More »
Just when you thought you couldn't possibly survive one more minute without getting a sneak peek at your favorite "Hunger Games" stars — all of their character posters have been revealed. The array of profile shots are clearly going for emotion (with the close-ups), drama (with the lighting) and a healthy dose of hotness.
Even though this film doesn't hit theaters until March 2012, we say it's time to let the games begin! Get More »