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You didn’t think Comic-Con would come and go without at least a little something from The Hunger Games, arguably one of the biggest franchises in the world, did you? Of…
I still think I could take her in an arm-wrestling contest.
Katniss Everdeen is back in a Hunger Games sequel that’s really just an advertisement for the next movie…
It’s Peeta throwing dirty bread to the audience for 20 minutes.
Breaking: Peeta is still gorgeous.
You’re not equipped to deal with them, so just walk away.
Like the dialogue in these movies even matters.
Who’s gonna camp out with me? Oh, guys, this is gonna be so great!
The role is still up for grabs. Handsome devils only.
With the wild success of The Hunger Games, the people behind The Pirates! Band of Misfits are hoping to steal a little of Katniss Everdeen’s thunder by way of a…
The best movies this Spring has to offer… and ‘Battleship’
May the odds be forever in Steve Urkel’s favor.
The future is now…
Don’t miss it! Unless you don’t care.
The only downside is that if your pregnant wife gives birth those days, you’ll have a very unpleasant decision to make.
Hi, I’m Abe. Wanna party?
I mean it. Join now, or else.
Not only has law and order crumbled, but they’ve also stopped airing “Law & Order.”
At first glance, another teen franchise may be the last thing on your must-see list, but there are 5 reasons you should be excited about a "Hunger Games" Movie. Unlike…
Word in Tinseltown is that he’ll be getting Spielberg’s coffee on ‘Jurassic Park 4′
We can finally get some sleep.
It’s moving! Kill it!!
It’s “Petticoat Junction” meets ‘The Running Man’. Or so the photos would have us believe.
Jacqueline Emerson, best “known” as voice on the animated cat-tastrophe “Father of the Pride” (see what I did back there?), will play Foxface in Lionsgate’s upcoming adaptation.
But is she too well-known?
Sound the ‘Hunger Games’ alarm. There’s more ‘Hunger Games’ news.
Did anyone in Hollywood NOT get cast in something today?
‘Hunger Games’ continues its trend of hiring people you’ve never heard of.