We got our first official look at 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' in the form of a new Entertainment Weekly cover featuring Jennifer Lawrence and 'Hunger Games' newbie Sam Claflin in full Tribute attire. Plus, the first still showing the two getting up close and personal. However, even more new pics from the sequel to last year's box office hit have been released, and there's a lot more drama to be had.
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'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' is still a good 11 months away but it's never too early to get our first look at one of the biggest films of the year. As Jennifer Lawrence prepares to get her second Oscar nominations for 'Silver Linings Playbook,' we've got the first official photo of Lawrence returning as Katniss Everdeen in 'Catching Fire.' Check it out below!
This past weekend's 'SNL' with Martin Short hosting and music legend Paul McCartney, certainly proved at least memorable, between the solemn cold opening paying tribute to the victims of the recent Sandy Hook tragedy, and Samuel L. Jackson accidentally cursing not once, but twice amid the sketches. So how can the series top itself again when 'SNL' returns in 2013? By recruiting 'The Hunger Games' and 'X-Men: First Class' star Jennifer Lawrence, as its next host, of course! Will she pay tribute to the 'SNL' greats?
Forget the Oscars and the Golden Globes -- if you really want to know the movies that everyone loved this year, look no further than most popular Google searches.
You might want to start stocking up on canned goods and elaborate wigs, because the dystopian future of 'The Hunger Games' might be here sooner than we thought. We've just learned that The CW has greenlit a new reality survival series entitled 'The Hunt,' whose premise should seem awfully familiar to fans of the worldwide novel phenomenon. Will the odds be ever in its favor? Find out who will face 'The Hunt' inside!
It's sort of sad to think that no matter how much effort the Mitt Romney team puts forth in the current presidential race, there are people (a lot of people) who won't be able to look past Josh Romney's death glare. It's so chilling to look at him up close, but the more you do, the more you'll see the same lack of human emotion that turned 'The Hunger Games' gamekeeper Seneca Crane into the mastermind he was in the film.