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The Hunger Games franchise has been a colossal money-maker for Lionsgate, banking $408 million, $424 million and $337M, respectively. Studios aren’t prone to let lucrative films just dry up and blow away. At the same time, fans – no matter how diehard – can see when a studio is milking a property just to keep the brand active.
The Hunger Games series is drawing to a close on the big screen, as Mockingly Part 2 heads into theaters this fall. In anticipation of the approaching film, the cast, director and producer were here at Comic-Con to talk about the final installment.
After three years-worth of movies on the big screen, the Hunger Games franchise is coming to an end this year with the release of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2.
The Hunger Games – Mockingjay Parts 1 and 2 may be two movies that come together as one big chapter of the same story – but the reality is that the two sequels are going to be quite different from one another.
The final battle against the Capitol has begun. Jennifer Lawrence, who plays Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games franchise, released the first movie still from Mockingjay - Part 2.
Lionsgate released a new The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 poster, and by the look of things, this doesn't mean the best of times for good ole President Snow.
Last fall, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 began what promises to be a devastating denouement to the film series. However, director Francis Lawrence promises that the upcoming second chapter will be quite different, classifying it as a war movie.
Amy Schumer takes on fan-favorite flicks from Boyhood to Divergent for the 2015 MTV Movie Awards in hilarious movie montage.
The team behind The Hunger Games franchise is gearing up for another adventure on the silver screen, and this time they're going for a more old school classic. Read on to see why The Odyssey might just get a little more exciting.
Could it work? Sure. Universal Studios has an extremely popular Harry Potter theme park in Orlando. There have been plans for a Fast & Furious theme park. So yeah, theme parks based on very popular movies are the new fad.
A new video in promotion of the final installment of the Hunger Games pays tribute to the films that came before it, while gloriously depicting how the lonely Mockingjay spread its wings into a glowing phoenix.
Josh Hutcherson surely has very little to complain about where the Hunger Games movies are concerned. After all, he has a lead role in the series, and the movies have been both huge financial successes, and also critical hits. Being even amazing things have their small problem, and for Hutcherson's experience as Peeta, the worst part of all of it was dying his hair blond.
Are you the world's biggest fan of The Hunger Games franchise and can't stand it when people criticize the films in the series? Well, you may want to turn away now, as the most recent title, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 is about to be seriously hated on in this video
While a movie’s box office numbers are a good sign of its popularity or the level of anticipation it was able to muster, one could argue that Blu-ray sales are an indicator of just how beloved that title is.
Jennifer Lawrence was cast as Katniss Everdeen in the Hunger Games franchise back in 2011, and she quickly rose to international stardom. In retrospect, however, the 24-year-old actress was actually terrified of signing on to something as huge as the young adult franchise.
To help fight against this devastating virus, and to give aid to the countries hit hardest by it, Jennifer Lawrence and several of her Hunger Games cast members, like Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson, starred in a PSA for the Ebola Survival Fund.
Circulating rumors have claimed the women in American Hustle earned much less than their male counterpart. Lisa Kudrow recently spoke out about this subject, and was not happy about it.
Jena Malone got off to a relatively fast start in Hollywood. Her breakout role in Saved! helped define her career path, but she continued to challenger herself (and her image) in movies like Pride & Prejudice and Sucker Punch.
The battle is wearing on Katniss Everdeen… and yet, that’s not why The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 made me so angry, and so very sad. I explain in today’s Monday Movie Memo.
Director Francis Lawrence had a major task ahead of him, bringing the first half of a relatively short book to life in a two-hour movie. Following are the 15 biggest changes I noticed in my screening of Lionsgate’s The Hunger Games: Mockingjay –Part 1.