Gary Ross’ upcoming heist film Ocean’s 8 has a number of similarities to Steven Soderbergh’s Ocean’s trilogy, save for two key differences: This time around, the gang of expert thieves are all women, and they all seem to have their shit together. Mostly.
The Motiongate Dubai theme park, the largest Hollywood-themed park in the world, has recently opened up “The World of the Hunger Games,” a lavish section of the park devoted to the dystopian world of Panem in all its garish, high-fashion glory. Because when I hear dystopian horror, I think theme park.
There’s a certain satisfaction to owning all of a series on DVD or Blu-ray. Being able to hold a box set and say, “This is it. This is all the movies. There won’t be more—and now that I have this, I’m good.” The newly released Hunger Games: Complete 4-Film Collection is automatically satisfying. But is it worth buying…
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?
With the release of this weekend’s final Hunger Games film, the story of Katniss Everdeen is over. What isn’t over, though, is a demand for more of this franchise, both from fans and movie executives.
No one can bring weapons from fictional worlds into real life as well as the crew from Man At Arms: Reforged. The blacksmiths are just too good at what they do. This episode of the making of Katniss’ bow from The Hunger Games is especially cool because you get to see a big block of aluminum that weighs 19 pounds get…
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…
The new, and probably last, trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 is so good, you could close your eyes and it would still give you goosebumps.
A brand new, full trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 is finally here and wow, does it look like this franchise is going to finish with a bang. It’s action topped with action as Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) leads the revolution against the Capitol and President Snow.
The cast and crew of The Hunger Games visited Hall H at Comic-Con for the final time Thursday afternoon to promote the final film in the franchise, Mockingjay Part 2. It was highlighted by a brand new trailer whose action was simply beyond epic.
The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 2 will finally see Katniss and her crew travel to the Capitol and bring the fight to President Snow on his home turf. Now, a set of eight character posters gives us a hint at the war paint of the revolution.
It has begun. The first piece of the schedule for San Diego Comic-Con 2015 is now online, covering preview night on Wednesday July 8 as well as Thursday July 9. (Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be revealed on those corresponding days this week.)
“Decades ago, [architect John] Portman never envisioned his buildings as dystopian fortresses or imagined Hollywood actors rappelling down his skyscrapers.” But Atlanta has become a popular filming location, and Portman and his neo-futuristic buildings are an important reason why.
Our new favorite hashtag is #VeryRealisticYA, which in addition to pointing out all that is ridiculous about the red-hot but not always relatable YA genre, happens to be gut-bustingly hilarious. (Even better: it was created by an actual teen writer!) Here are some of our favorites.
And that's not all on the sequel front. There are also insights into Avengers: Age of Ultron, Transformers 4 and Pirates of the Caribbean 5. Is Sony making a Last of Us movie? Plus tons of spoilers for Doctor Who, Godzilla, Game of Thrones and True Blood. Spoilers right now!
Steven Moffat tells how much of Doctor Who will revolve around the Doctor's new quest, Francis Lawrence says some controversial moments from Mockingjay are in the movies, and someone's in mortal peril in Teen Wolf. Plus, casting news from the Doctor Who Christmas special and The Walking Dead. Spoilers now!
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.
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!