There aren't many things that would get me to stop watching the new Force Awakens trailer over and over again, but a new Bad Lip-Reading is one of them. This time they bring Katniss' complete insanity and the cast's penchant for breaking into song to the forefront, and it's as hilariously ridiculous as usual.
Finnick and Katniss share a moment of macabre humor over knot-tying practice in this deleted scene from Catching Fire. And despite herself, Katniss seems charmed by Finnick's grim joke.
Frozen has smashed the record for the highest-grossing opening for a Disney movie, earning $66.7 million over three days and $93M over the entire five-day holiday. It's also the biggest Thanksgiving debut, though Catching Fire now holds the overall Thanksgiving record, earning $74.5M for three days and $100.2M for the…
Here's the original concept art for the mural of Rue from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, by artist Joanna Bush. It's one of the lovely visual touches in the film, and now you can admire it at full size. Plus check out Bush's concept art of the Victor's Village and some grafitti.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire made all the money this weekend, raking in a record-topping $161.1 million. But that's not all this YA sequel did for the movie franchise. Catching Fire actually goes about unchecking our long list of problems with the first Hunger Games film, resetting the franchise both for die-hard…
The second Hunger Games movie builds on the emotional intensity of the first, telling a harrowing story of what happens when you win a deadly game by playing dirty. Catching Fire is the rare film that's better than the original book. Even if you've memorized Suzanne Collins' text, you'll get something new out of it.
Pretty much everybody loves The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins' masterful dystopian novel. But the two novels that follow are divisive: Some people love Catching Fire, others love Mockingjay. Very few people seem to love both. And for me, personally, Mockingjay is the superior novel. Here's why.
Doctor Who's reveals a huge number of hi-res photos, Samuel L. Jackson wants in on the next Star Wars movie, and Kevin Feige says we may have to wait a while to see Loki again. Plus, there's a ton of rumors from Batman vs. Superman, including a possible new female cast member and a possible CW crossover.
There are a ton of Doctor Who photos, and the Jessica Jones TV series has a showrunner. Independence Day 2 gets a new release date, and next year will see two Hercules films. New versions of Ghost and Tales from the Darkside are coming to TV. Plus, a toy line gives a glimpse of Captain America 2's costumes. Spoilers…
Is an action figure our first look at Batman vs. Superman's Batsuit? Plus our first image of Angelina Jolie as Maleficent! Also, J.H. Wyman and J.J. Abrams explain Almost Human's roots, Person of Interest is getting a visit from a Warehouse 13 star, and there are sneak peeks for Arrow and the Vampire Diaries. …
It's no secret the lazy cat casting from the first Hunger Games movie PISSED US OFF. Seriously, how hard was it to cast a yellow cat? Well, all that is about to be changed thanks to author Suzanne Collins and new Catching Fire director Francis Lawrence. Because that cat has been RECAST!
Elizabeth Olson comments on her role in Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Jennifer Lawrence explains why Katniss is a frustrating character to play. Check out new footage from The Hobbit and Doctor Who's 50th anniversary. The Walking Dead's Robert Kirkman has a brand new apocalyptic TV show. Spoilers now!
So I was all set to joke about how Subway would tie their crappy sandwiches into a movie where kids compete in a brutal contest for the amusement of the rich, and where a brutal revolution might be the only solution, and then I saw the above commercial where they actually fucking did it.
Check out the very first clip from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, showcasing the fiery love between Gale and Katniss. Suck it, Peeta. Hey, maybe this movie won't totally throw the character of Gale Hawthorne under the bus.
A brand-new trailer from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has been released with loads of new footage. Check out the past Hunger Games victors (and new cast of this sequel) Johanna Mason and Finnick Odair in action. Spot anything else of note?
Katniss stands at the center of the latest trailer for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, but she's not shooting arrows and taking names. Instead she must navigate the growing political unrest in Panem while the threats and schemes of the Capitol loom over her.
David S. Goyer wants to make it damn clear that the fans aren't writing the Man of Steel sequel. J.J. Abrams might shoot parts of Episode VII with IMAX cameras. Michael Bay releases the most Michael Bay photo imaginable from the Transformers: Age of Extinction set. The Giver adds to its cast. It's spoilers all the way…
Tom Hiddleston explains why Loki is slightly different from King Henry V. Duncan Jones has some more intriguing names in mind for World of Warcraft. Alex Winter offers a Bill & Ted 3 update, while director Francis Lawrence talks Catching Fire. And a classic dystopian novel gets adapted. Spoilers ahoy!
J.J. Abrams reveals his ideas for the tone of Star Wars: Episode VII. Check out tons of new images for Thor: The Dark World and Catching Fire. RoboCop is headed to IMAX. Terry Gilliam reveals why his low-budget dystopian movie Zero Theorem is a little bit like Brazil. It's time for spoilers!
Plus, what's next for David Morrissey's murderous governor? Tatiana Maslany reveals what's ahead in Orphan Black's second season. Captain America is definitely going to have a love interest in Winter Soldier, and the Dinobots are definitely going to be in Transformers 4. Once Upon a Time is only adding about three new…