When "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2" premieres this November, the YA box office phenomenon will, presumably, come to an end. After all, that is the end of the story author Suzanne Collins laid out in her hit trilogy of novels. But last night, one of the actors accidentally let it slip that there might be more movies to come after "Mockingjay."
Los Angeles (AFP) - The fourth and final film in the blockbuster "Hunger Games" series -- a dystopian fantasy saga that turned Jennifer Lawrence into a Hollywood mega-star -- hits the big screen this week and is expected to catch fire at the box office.
This week in celebrity real estate, Leonardo DiCaprio took $4 million off the asking price of his Malibu home, Dennis Quaid’s home flipped back on the market, and Taylor Swift’s childhood home is for sale.
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Josh Hutcherson was no stranger to the big screen when he was selected for blockbuster film ?The Hunger Games. The 19-year-old had previous roles in ?Bridge to Terabithia,? ?Journey to the Center of the Earth? and ?Kids are Alright,? but his role as Peeta Mellarck firmly put Hutcherson on Hollywood?s hot list. With a contract ...
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Lionsgate released a new poster for the final "Hunger Games" movie Wednesday, and it's absolutely gorgeous. Called the "Fallen Snow" banner, the image depicts Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) atop a fallen statue of President Snow in what's presumed to be the Capitol.