Because to save the world, you’d have to get out of bed. Via #VeryRealisticYA.
The Clint Eastwood film made just 0.4% of its $337.2 million domestic gross in 2014.
“My family doesn’t love me, but I don’t want to talk about it.”
Lionsgate promoted the scene with binary code, some HTML excavation, and an #UnlockMockingjay hashtag — and then it leaked on Tumblr. UPDATED with a second deleted scene featuring Jennifer Lawrence.
Get an exclusive first look at behind-the-scenes pics and audio commentary from the creators of The Hunger Games.
Protagonist who’s not like everyone else? Check. Oppressive regime? Check. Trains? You’re goddamn right there’s trains. Via @DystopianYA.
Hollywood casting directors meet tumblr, they will show you the light.
We’re talking domestic box office earnings, people.
UPDATED: The film is the highest grossing film released wide in 2014, and with its win, Jennifer Lawrence makes history. But American Sniper is technically the top-grossing movie for the year.
More like The Thirsty Games.
From The Good Wife and Mad Men to Guardians of the Galaxy and Gone Girl, there were television shows and films that the staff of BuzzFeed Entertainment couldn’t stop talking about this year. Let’s get critical!
From Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen movies to Best Picture winners to Buffy characters and episodes, here are BuzzFeed Entertainment’s rankings from 2014. Ironically, these are presented in no particular order.
The filmmakers behind the final Hunger Games movies talk to BuzzFeed News about Katniss’ motivation and how dark the climactic film will be. WARNING: ALL OF THE SPOILERS ahead.
The film’s $123 million domestic opening weekend is also, however, the best of the year. Hollywood is weird sometimes.
Graded by Caesar Flickerman.
Director Francis Lawrence, screenwriter Peter Craig, and producer Nina Jacobson spoke to BuzzFeed News about adapting the final installment of Suzanne Collins’ best-selling franchise. MAJOR SPOILERS!
Peeta Mellark, damsel in distress.
“My goal is not for kids to be out there doing things that are getting them arrested,” director Francis Lawrence told BuzzFeed News.
“And if we burn, you burn with us!”
Find out which District Taylor Swift would *actually* belong in.
The whole fight-to-the-death aspect of the first two Hunger Games films wasn’t exactly light, but in the franchise’s latest installment, which is out in theaters Nov. 21, things gets even more grim.
Spoiler: they’re the most badass that is physically possible for any human being.
This was the best Saturday Night Live monologue in quite some time.
Poor Liam Hemsworth, just trying to answer a question.
As they say, all is fair in love and lust.