It’s called “kid-lit” but in this day in age, it’s not just for kids. Now the majority of books written for children and teens are actually being picked up by adults.
In its second weekend at the box office, the Disney animated tale “Frozen” cooled off “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” and the lone new release “Out of the Furnace.”
The “Hunger Games” sequel “Catching Fire” opened with $161.1 million at the box office, narrowly besting the original film and setting a record for a November opening.
“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” is a scorching hit at the box office.
One of the most anticipated movies of the year premiered in Los Angeles Monday and hundreds of people gathered for the big event.
“Thor: The Dark World” continued its box-office reign with $38.5 million in its second week, holding off “The Best Man Holiday,” according to studio estimates Sunday.
London’s Leicester Square’s gardens were given a makeover with flaming torches and a circular red carpet for the world premiere of the second in “The Hunger Games” franchise, “Catching Fire.”
It turns out “The Last Song” was only the beginning for Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth.
Twilight heart-throb Robert Pattinson may soon join the cast of another massive movie franchise for another.
South Florida moviegoers still have an appetite for the “Hunger Games.” The Lionsgate film, which brought in $33.5 million in its third weekend, easily out-earned two returning favorites, Universal’s “American Pie” sequel “American Reunion” and a 3-D version of the blockbuster “Titanic.”