Jennifer Lawrence is unstoppable. She's got two franchises and one Oscar under her belt, and she's ready to work again with the first 'Hunger Games' director Gary Ross on two upcoming projects, both adaptations of novels. The duo are set to work on a redo of John Steinbeck's 'East of Eden' and Hannah Kent's 'Burial Rites.'
To celebrate the release of 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' this November, Lionsgate is kicking off a 12-week countdown initiative, called #TickTock moments. What are #TickTock moments? Starting last week and running up until the film's release on November 22, the 'Catching Fire' team will be giving 'Hunger Games' fans amazing opportunities, information and access.
And how's this for an amazing opportunity? We're teaming up with Lionsgate on #TickTock11 to give you and a friend the opportunity to attend the red carpet premiere of 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' in Los Angeles!
Meryl vs. Oprah. It’s the matchup that likely has the 2014 Oscar producers dreaming of Nielsen ratings, as Americans tentatively turn out to see perennial Oscar champ Meryl Streep go toe-to-toe with the Queen of All Media -- Oprah Winfrey – in this year’s Best Supporting Actress category.
'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' promises to be one of the biggest films of the rest of the year and one of the few surefire event movies hitting theaters in all of 2013. The first film will be a tough act to follow, but the second act of the war between Katniss Everdeen and the forces of the Capitol looks every bit as good as the original.
The new film finds everyone's favorite bow-wielding, dystopian heroine forced into another massive, televised deathmatch, joined this time around by past Hunger Games winners. And who are playing the other contestants? A new banner for the film gives us a nice look at all of Katniss' new allies and enemies.