The new, and probably last, trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 is so good, you could close your eyes and it would still give you goosebumps.
A brand new, full trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 is finally here and wow, does it look like this franchise is going to finish with a bang. It’s action topped with action as Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) leads the revolution against the Capitol and President Snow.
Though the film is still in production, last week Comic-Con got the first official glimpse at Bryan Singer’s X-Men Apocalypse. And while that footage isn’t online yet, the first official photos now are, including Oscar Isaac as the tyrannical title villain Apocalypse.
At the Hunger Games Part 2: Mockingjay press conference today, we got a chance to ask Jennifer Lawrence one question, and we asked whether Katniss is really a true believer in the revolution now. Is she finally on board, or is she just playing the role everyone expects of her?
The cast and crew of The Hunger Games visited Hall H at Comic-Con for the final time Thursday afternoon to promote the final film in the franchise, Mockingjay Part 2. It was highlighted by a brand new trailer whose action was simply beyond epic.
The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 2 will finally see Katniss and her crew travel to the Capitol and bring the fight to President Snow on his home turf. Now, a set of eight character posters gives us a hint at the war paint of the revolution.
Is Jennifer Lawrence going to space? Is Chris Pratt going ... back to space? A new report has the duo in talks to head up the cast of Passengers, with Imitation Game director Morton Tyldum at the helm.
Back in 2007, the folks behind Not Another High School Movie created the pilot for Not Another High School Show. As you can probably guess, the show was a spoof of all the tween TV series we love, starring Alison Brie and Jennifer Lawrence. Now, the first-ever footage from the parody series is out. It's not great.
The teasers for Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 are better than most of the Hunger Games movies put together. The first one dangled Peeta around like a little puppet, and now Beetee Latier interrupts the Capitol's programming with an important announcement. World building, this is how you do it.
If you've read the books, you already know where the first ever teaser trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 is headed. If not, just wait for it. Spoiler talk!
Jennifer Lawrence is look slick as hell in her Mustique makeup, while kicking all the ass, in this clip from X-Men: Days of Future Past. Plus it contains Peter Dinklage, and that only makes this moment that much better. See for yourself!
Rumors are bubbling about a potential Hunger Games amusement park, which would presumably combine all the joy and wonder of a dystopian police state with the thrill of being hunted down and murdered by a pack of desperate, starving child-warriors. And to this I say...really? Could we just not? Maybe not every popular…
Here's your very first look at Mystique from X-Men: Days of Future Past!
We've got quite a while before The Hunger Games movie sequel Catching Fire hits theaters in November, but in anticipation, the cast have already sat down for their official Capitol portraits. I'm not exactly sure why Katniss can't sit down (or why she has a different chair from everybody else) but I'm sure its…
Last night, our favorite Hunger Games victor Jennifer Lawrence graced Saturday Night Live with her squirrel-hunting, tribute-slaying presence. And the SNL team decided it would be the perfect opportunity to take aim at a couple of genre films, including, of course, The Hunger Games. But the heavy production values…
The Quarter Quell is approaching! And here are the brand new outfits the new pack of Tributes will don while they fight to the death, in the Hunger Games sequel. While filming Catching Fire, a bunch of tributes were spotted in their new duds.
What do you think is going on in this trailer for Jennifer Lawrence's new horror movie The House at the End of the Street? (Which, everybody keeps carefully reminding us, was filmed before she did Hunger Games.) Lawrence and her mom (Elizabeth Shue) move in near a house where a double murder happened, and there's a…
There are a few pivotal moments from Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games that the movie version truly needs to pull off, to win over the crowd. The Mockingjay's song and look must be perfect, or we (along with thousands of angry tweens) will burn the theater down. And Katniss Everdeen's famous parade dress, created by…
Behold the first ever image of Suzanne Collins' 16-year-old Hunger Games hero Katniss Everdeen. But can the Oscar-nominated actress Jennifer Lawrence (Winter's Bone) pull it off?