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Interview: Catching Fire Director Francis Lawrence On Taking Over The Hunger Games And Seeing The Series Out
This film not only stands alongside the first, it feels like the next, vital instalment in a series. It’s like we’re getting episodes of a great TV show… just really very, very spaced out.
Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth have a strained confrontation in the first clip from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
Three new images from Catching Fire and a bunch of new photos from the set of Mockingjay.
As the Hunger Games books go on they became less cleanly plotted and conceived but, in many respects, even more politically provocative. Will it be the same with the films?
She’s a fan and she’s had a meeting… but for which role?
First Look At Philip Seymour Hoffman And Other Supporting Players In More Hunger Games: Catching Fire Images
Finally, the grown ups get a look in. Well, and Prim.
To the bitter end.
Lionsgate have officially announced release dates for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part One and Part Two. They fall on November 21st, 2014 and November 20th, 2015. With The Hunger Games: Catching Fire set for November 22nd, 2013, they’ve essentially staked out …
The next film to join the craze of IMAXing certain sequences will be The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. The large format film company have themselves announced that Francis Lawrence and team will shoot some of the movie in the large …
He’ll always be Brandt to me.
Lionsgate are looking to draft Michael Arndt, the writer of Little Miss Sunshine and Toy Story 3, to rework the script for Catching Fire, the second film in the Hunger Games series. This is a very good thing. Arndt is …
Being John Malkovich And Eternal Sunshine’s Charlie Kaufman Writing Sci-Fi Franchise Movie Chaos Walking
Since The Hunger Games director Gary Ross announced that he would not be returning to direct sequel Catching Fire, Lionsgate have been under pressure to find someone suitable. The studio has already set its release date for November 22nd 2013, …
I can’t say I was sitting on the edge of my seat waiting for this one, but Will Smith continues to drive big box office so it was probably as near to inevitable as these things get.
Scott Frank has, to date, only directed one feature,* but he was so bloody good at it, every time I hear he’s writing a film for another director, I can’t help but feel a little disappointed. The next wasted opportunity …
The Fighter co-writer Scott Silver is working up a sci-fi superhero project. Here’s how he pitched it: I’m finishing up something completely different, a superhero movie set in the future. It’s an original superhero … a superhero based sort of on …