Lionsgate, the studio behind The Hunger Games, puts Star Wars in the same category as terrorists in terms of screwing its bottom line. Wait, what?
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 arrived this past weekend, and now it’s official: This outstanding series of dystopian young-adult novels have gotten an equally outstanding movie series. These films aren’t just financial successes like the Twilight series; they’re genuinely good, exciting and emotionally thrilling…
There are at least $2 billion reasons why the decision was made to split the third The Hunger Games book, Mockingjay, into two movies. Money aside, though, the decision gave the filmmakers a ton of freedom, and allowed them to craft a more satisfying arc. The kind of freedom not even Katniss Everdeen could win. We…
So there’s a new The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part II trailer out today, and it’s fascinating. It’s fascinating because it’s awful, and it’s awful because—well, well, to explain it would be to spoil a major moment in the movie, but even just watching this trailer could spoil you! So unless you’ve read the books (or…
If you watched the cast of Mockingjay Part 2 on Conan last night, you might have noticed actor Josh Hutcherson say something interesting. When the topic of more Hunger Games movies came up, the actor said, “ There is—oh, I can’t say that. Sorry! We’ll see what happens.” But can we trust anything Peeta says on camera?
Katniss Everdeen gets one last makeover in the first trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2. And it’s her most badass, but also her least humane. She’s basically got one agenda at this point, and it’s all about killing. Meanwhile, Finnick steals the trailer with the absolute best line.
The third movie in the Hunger Games series is supposed to be the one where the frame pulls back and reveals a bigger world than the teen arena of the first two. Instead, Mockingjay Part 1 does something more daring: it shows how all of the dystopian land of Panem is just the Arena writ large. Minor spoilers ahead...
Poor Katniss. She just wanted to eat her dinner and watch a little TV, and then... well, this first clip from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 happens. Sure, it's kind of good news and bad news at the same time, but either way it's definitely not going to help her digestion.
We love how so much of the marketing for the Hunger Games movies builds on the world of Panem, and the new web series to promote Mockingjay, District Voices, is a perfect example of that. In each episode, members of a Panem district describe their labor with Capitol-enforced cheer.
Two things this new trailer for Mockingjay Part 1 trailer has over the San Diego Comic-Con teaser: 1) it has a lot more Katniss, and 2) it is epic as hell. We're already losing our minds that we're going to have to wait until November 20th, 2015, for Part 2, and Part 1 isn't due until this November!
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Both Julianne Moore and Game of Thrones' Natalie Dormer enter the world of the Hunger Games with this trailer for Mockingjay, Part 1. It's all-out war as Katniss steps into her role as the symbol of the rebellion.
The teasers for Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 are better than most of the Hunger Games movies put together. The first one dangled Peeta around like a little puppet, and now Beetee Latier interrupts the Capitol's programming with an important announcement. World building, this is how you do it.
If you've read the books, you already know where the first ever teaser trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 is headed. If not, just wait for it. Spoiler talk!
The Hunger Games' marketing team has done some great portraits in the past, but the latest set isn't of anyone we know. Instead, they've got propaganda posters made by the Capitol "honoring" the districts. They're beautiful.
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Here it is: your first look at Julianne Moore as President Alma Coin, along with a collection of stills from Hunger Games: Mockingjay. This is your first-ever look at the beginning of the end of Katniss and friends.
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Larry Elmore is collecting the complete SnarfQuest in a single volume for the first time, and you can get it if you help fund it. You can also fund Rudy Rucker's new project, a Mockingjay fan film, and a webseries set in an alternate 1970s.
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