The Hunger Games
The superhero saga “The Avengers” lived up to its blockbuster buzz with $178.4 million in overseas ticket sales days before it opens in U.S. theaters.
The date-night movies “Think Like a Man” and “The Lucky One” finally have knocked “The Hunger Games” off its No. 1 box-office perch.
Movie fans have chosen real violence over the slapstick variety as “The Hunger Games” held off “The Three Stooges” to remain the No. 1 weekend movie.
Gary Ross says he won’t direct “Catching Fire,” the second installment in Lionsgate’s blockbuster “The Hunger Games” franchise.
Fans of “The Hunger Games” can now bring the main character Katniss Everdeen home to play.
“The Hunger Games” is still the first item on the menu for movie fans, taking in $61.1 million to remain the No. 1 film in its second weekend.
Actor Josh Hutcherson, who stars in the box-office hit “The Hunger Games,” will throw out the ceremonial first pitch for the Miami Marlins-Cincinnati Reds game April 7.
Fans are so hungry for “The Hunger Games” that Hollywood’s buzzing about an opening weekend to rival the $140 million debuts of some of the “Twilight” movies.
If you’re a fan of the young-adult novel “The Hunger Games and you weren’t at the Westfield Broward Mall in Plantation Thursday night, you missed your chance to meet some of the stars.
“The Hunger Games” author Suzanne Collins has given a big thumbs up to the upcoming film version of her million-selling dystopian novel.