Everyone on Team Peeta knows that the selfless District 12 tribute is a wizard when it comes to frosting, but making “The Hunger Games” wasn’t a piece of cake for Josh Hutcherson. (Yep, went there.)
“That makeup was really intense,” Hutcherson said during Moviefone’s special “Hunger Games” Unscripted. “I had to lay there for an hour-and-a-half without moving. And humans don’t not move for an hour-and-a-half.”
Of course, for Hutcherson, it was… Continue reading Peeta Camouflage Scene: Josh Hutcherson Reveals Most Difficult 'Hunger Games' Moment (VIDEO)
The drama in “Breaking Dawn Part 1″ reaches its peak when Bella Swan gives bloody birth to her vampire-baby with Edward and Jacob taking turns trying to save her life, but don’t think filming that key scene was some dour operation. In this exclusive DVD/Blu-ray blooper, Bella, Edward and Jacob — better known as Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner — can’t keep a straight face during even the… Continue reading 'Breaking Dawn' Birth Scene DVD Blooper: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner Can't Keep A Straight Face (VIDEO)
“Spartacus: Vengeance” is the second season of “Spartacus: Blood and Sand,” featuring Liam McIntyre stepping into the Spartacus sandals after the tragic death of star Andy Whitfield, 39, from cancer back in September.
Watch this sneak peek clip, which features McIntyre introducing the opening scene of the first episode. “Vengeance” will follow Spartacus and the rest of the gladiators after they kill their master Batiatus and escape from his gladiatorial… Continue reading Watch the 'Spartacus: Vengeance' opening scene from the first episode
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Happy Endings isn’t afraid to embrace the weird and/or the wacky (see: the Halloween episode, any other minute of the show). But a scene that was shot for the season premiere apparently went a few steps too far into Bizarroville, as Casey Wilson played current-day Penny as well as a geriatric version of Penny and — well, maybe it’s… Continue reading ‘Happy Endings’: Casey Wilson on the Penny-pony scene you didn’t get to see