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.
Because sometimes movies get it wrong.
We meet the people behind the masks at London Comic Con 2014, over the weekend of 24-26 October.
For which fandom will you fight?
Please please please don’t mess this up.
It’s time to test your knowledge, tributes, witches, and wizards.
Finally, we see Katniss in action!
All of the feels brought to you by Effie Trinket.
Two weeks before The Maze Runner even opens in theaters, 20th Century Fox is already moving ahead with a sequel to the YA film.
Elsa’s braid is getting a run for its money.
Happy 24th birthday, JFlawless!
A timeshare in Panem doesn’t sound like the worst thing in the world.
Taking literal to a whole new level.