Are you ready to see Jennifer Lawrence's Katniss Everdeen and Josh Hutcherson's Peeta Mellark dive back into The Hunger Games? In anticipation of Comic-Con 2013's coming 'Catching Fire' panel, which will feature the brand-new trailer for the 'Hunger Games' sequel, a batch of new posters has hit, debuting the new tributes.
The first 'Catching Fire' trailer has finally hit during the 2013 MTV Movie Awards, following a slew of Capitol Couture character posters and one "teaser-for-a-teaser trailer" that didn't reveal very much of anything (other than that Jennifer Lawrence's Katniss is still PO-ed for having almost died in 'The Hunger Games'). With no more lame flaming Mockingjay symbols, check out the first actual footage from the new sequel.
'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' gave us a slew of "Capitol Couture"-inspired movie posters to hold us over until the November premiere, but how would you like to see the first footage from the film? The MTV Movie Awards will air the first full trailer April 14, but the teaser for that trailer has just hit.
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.
A teenage girl whose dad is apparently Bill Nye the Science Guy gets shrunk down to miniature size and goes on an adventure with nature.
I've seen plenty of airbrushed actors in my time, but I don't know if I've ever watched an airbrushed movie before the new version of 'Red Dawn.' This remake of John Milius' conservative '80 classic strips away almost all of the material's political dimensions, turning a gonzo paranoid fantasy into just another slick action movie. The original was crazy and silly, but at least it was deeply felt. The new one scrubs and smudges the quirks away, along with anything interesting or edgy. It's pretty but plastic.