The Hunger Games are over and the real battle begins as Katniss joins the resistance in District 13 and prepares to help them strike against President Snow and the Capitol.
The first half of the final Hunger Games movie arrives this weekend with mostly positive reviews from the critics.
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.
Scarlett Johansson managed to defeat The Rock in action battle this past weekend as Lucy took the top spot with around $44 million.
Part 1 of the final chapter in The Hunger Games series arrives this November as Katniss joins the rebellion in District 13, as they plot to overthrow President Snow and the Capitol.
One of the last movies featuring Phillip Seymour Hoffman, God’s Pocket follows him as he tries to look into if his son’s death on a construction site was an accident or not. Mad Men’s John Slattery directs.
A massive loss to the acting world occurred on Sunday when Phillip Seymour Hoffman was found dead at age 46 in his apartment in NYC. He leaves behind a career of fantastic roles in movies like Capote, The Big Lebowski, MI3, Red Dragon and so many more.
Along with the onslaught of TV news, we also learned this week that Arnold may be co-starring in the Toxic Avenger reboot, Dredd 2 may not be as dead as it seems and Game of Thrones may have an end date in mind, along with a bunch of other news in this week’s News Shotgun.
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.
Blasted constantly by Phillip Seymour Hoffman’s character, Dusty, was the theme song for 1996’s Twister, “Humans Being” by Van Halen.