The first part of the final chapter of The Hunger Games arrives this November as Katniss finds the rebellion and joins the battle against President Snow and the Capitol.
In the dystopian future of Panem, Katniss Everdeen volunteers for the annual death battle that is The Hunger Games to protect her sister but eventually becomes the face of rebellion against the evil Capitol.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk Golden Globe winners (and the disaster of the show), superhero TV show news, the Tarantino universe, Grown Ups 2, Archer, body modification and much more.
A big announcement from WWE, The Mandarin returns for the latest Marvel One Shot, Louis CK releasing his first movie and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
While not quite up to the level of the first Hobbit movie, The Desolation of Smaug still had an excellent $73.7 million opening while the Madea series hit it’s low point with A Madea Christmas.
Frozen finally took down Catching Fire this weekend while Out of the Furnace fared even worse than last week’s Homefront in the rural crime thriller genre.
Catching Fire and Frozen had massive, record breaking Thanksgiving weekends while the rest of the new releases bombed over the five day weekend.
Thor: The Dark World managed to hold onto the top spot this weekend but almost lost against the surprising newcomer, The Best Man Holiday.
The original novel of Ender’s Game is considered a sci fi classic by many and it seems like the upcoming movie version wants to compete head to head with The Hunger Games, despite their drastically different tones and themes.
After surviving The Hunger Games, Katniss and Peeta have to survive a state sponsored tour of the Districts while rebellion is on the verge is breaking out in the next chapter of The Hunger Games trilogy, Catching Fire, coming this November.