Jennifer Lawrence and the cast of “Catching Fire” invaded the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday to celebrate the latest “Hunger Games” installment.
Liam Hemsworth and Sam Claflin, aka Gale and Finnick, joined Lawrence in France for a photocall and party for the sequel.
Ms. Everdeen looked sophisticated in a black strapless top and black pants, and then went glam in a white strapless dress and hot pink pumps on the red carpet… Continue reading 'Catching Fire' at Cannes: Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth Celebrate 'Hunger Games' Sequel (PHOTOS)
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Earlier this week, Chicago Fire was among several NBC shows that learned they will officially be returning next season. So it’s a good thing the show has plans to heat things up in the last four episodes of the season, which kick off tonight on NBC. How will they do that? Executive producer Matt Olmstead explained when we had him… Continue reading ‘Chicago Fire’ boss previews major death, emotional finale
It. Is. Here. The first teaser for “Catching Fire,” the highly anticipated follow-up to “The Hunger Games,” debuted during the MTV Movie Awards — and it’s far more than just a teaser.
Here, we finally get a look at the return of our champions, Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) and Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson), as they have now become a beacon of hope for the people of Panem. Obviously, this doesn’t sit… Continue reading 'Catching Fire' Teaser Trailer: Jennifer Lawrence, Katniss Everdeen, Poses a Threat in 'Hunger Games' Sequel
Kim Kardashian wore a maternity dress that could stop traffic when she made a promotional appearance in Las Vegas on Saturday.
The reality TV star and mom-to-be has been criticized for making questionable fashion choices when it comes to dressing her baby bump.
But if the critics are getting to her she didn’t show it when she pouted and posed at Kardashian Khaos, the family’s store at The Mirage Hotel in… Continue reading Red Hot Mama! Kim Kardashian Stands Out In Fire Engine Dress
The first “Ninja Turtle” has been found.
The upcoming live-action/CGI movie version of the beloved animated TV series has cast “Hunger Games: Catching Fire” actor Alan Ritchson as the red-masked Raphael, according to Deadline.
“Ninja Turtles,” produced by Michael Bay and directed by Jonathan Liebesman, will use motion capture technology (like the kind used in “Avatar”) instead of costumes like the previous three live-action adaptations.
While the other three Ninja Turtles — leader… Continue reading 'Catching Fire' Star Alan Ritchson to Play Raphael in 'Ninja Turtles' Reboot