Jennifer Lawrence (a.k.a. America's lady crush) has been wowing our socks off for years now with those dramatic chops, but what we heart the most about the J.Law is her wicked sense of humor. Check out just about any random interview with her, and you'll find that the girl goes for the giggles. A LOT. Which is awesome and also why we're so very excited about her latest little role grab.
Listen up, all ye news-hungry citizens of Panem: Alma Coin might just be in the house (er, District 13 bunker rather) at long last!
Yep, "The Hunger Games" franchise continues its tradition of reaping impressively credentialed talent for its supporting roles with the possible addition of Julianne Moore as that complex and ice-cold rebel leader for the two "Mockingjay" installments.
The hilarious Rebel Wilson is getting a lot of play right now thanks to her ability to deadpan lines like "put your American sausage in my English McMuffin" and to pull off mermaid dancing, horizontal running and the like. In fact, she might just be up for a role in "The Hunger Games" franchise.
Our girl Wilson chatted it up with Buzzfeed this week about her upcoming turn as the 2013 MTV Movie Awards host and spilled the beans on her potential "Mockingjay" snare. Get More »
Lately there've been a ton of tasty news bites coming out of the world of "The Hunger Games." From "Catching Fire" pre-production to the cast scooping up some surfboards and "Mockingjay" being split into two, there's a lot to chew on here. So, grab a fork and get ready to eat it all up! Get More »
If you cried a little after you realized there were no books left to read in "The Hunger Games" trilogy after "Mockingjay," we've found something that will wipe those tears away.
The staff at the Lawrence Public Library in Lawrence, Kan. have created a nifty infographic to help you figure out what to read in your post-"Hunger Games" slump. Simply choose what you're looking for in the book — be it fantasy, environmental disasters or arranged marriages — and follow the path to your next perfect read. Get More »
There may only be a few thingsofficially lined up for "The Hunger Games" at this year's Comic-Con event (we can probably — hopefully! — count on a proper "Catching Fire" cast and filmmaker panel next summer), but there's still some real potential for the annual shindig-o-geekery to make us feel like we're living right there in Victor's Village.
Yep, not surprisingly, a trilogy's just not enough when we're talking about cashing in on a phenomenon like this, so Suzanne Collins' third and final "Hunger Games" book will be split into two films, with Part 1 debuting on Nov. 21, 2014, and Part 2 following along on Nov. 20, 2015. Get More »