The Hunger Games: Catching Fire “History” TV Spot

Check out the latest Catching Fire TV spot which acknowledges that it’s one of the best reviewed films of the year!


Catching Fire Concept Art

Joanna Bush, film illustrator, has posted some concept art she created for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire which includes Peeta’s painting of Rue and Victor’s Village–check them out below!


The Odds Are Never In Our Favor

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Thanks to Panem Propaganda for the tip! For more of Joanna Bush’s film art, click HERE to visit her site.



Catching Fire Continues to Dominate at the Box Office, #1 Worldwide for a Second Week

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has a firm grip on the box office as it maintains it status as the number one movie in the world for a second week in a row!  Box Office Mojo reports early estimates indicate the film made another $74.5 million this weekend domestically, with an additional $92.5 million globally.  This brings the domestic total up to $296.5 million and international total at $276.4, making it’s haul so far, in just over a week, a very impressive $573 million. If the estimates hold up, it will mean Catching Fire has already made roughly 82% of  The Hunger Games $691 million lifetime gross!


Catching Fire has been breaking a number of box office records as well, including the biggest 5-day Thanksgiving weekend take with $110.1 million.

The top 5 at the box office this weekend are:

  1. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
  2. Frozen
  3. Thor: The Dark World
  4. The Best Man Holiday
  5. Homefront

Let’s see if Catching Fire can make it three in a row!

Videos: District Ads from the Capitol

MovieClips posted these propaganda videos from “The Capitol” which serve to provide a positive look at the industry of each district in Panem. See all twelve below!

Thanks to DWTC for the tip!

Elizabeth Banks Brings Mahogany Back

Elizabeth Banks has revealed that a number of Effie’s lines in Catching Fire were the result of some improv on her end–including the mentioning of a certain wood!

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In “Catching Fire,” Banks managed a sly wink at the infamous quote while offering a running commentary on the Capitol landmarks she’s walking Katniss and Peeta through: “The library, all mahogany.”

“I brought that back, I threw it in there,” she said of the line, which was unscripted. “I did it, and Francis called cut, and I went over to him, and said, ‘You have to keep that in the movie, because the fans will go bananas.’ ”

Lawrence left it in and the fans did indeed go bananas, if exclamation point-filled Tumblr reactions are any evidence. Banks didn’t just put her own spin on hardwood references though. She also revealed that the “curtains” comment about a fellow Capitol citizen’s choice of accessory, as well as the memorably snapped “chins up, smiles on” tossed in the glum Katniss’ direction were her ideas.

“I get to improv a lot with Effie, which is fun,” she said. “There were really very few words scripted so I got to have fun with that sequence.”

She knows what the fans want!

Source: MTV

Video: Josh Hutcherson On the Late Show With David Letterman

Check out these videos of Josh Hutcherson from his recent appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman where he talks about just how unfiltered Jennifer Lawrence is.

Thanks to HG Girl on Fire for the tip!

Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson: Super Best Friends

Buzzfeed, known for compiling lists, recently put together one titled “27 Times Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson Proved They Have The Best Offscreen Relationship Ever” which shows what and amazing friendship Jen and Josh have.  We totally recommend you read the entire list as it’s really quite touching, but we’ll start you off with a few of our favorite examples:

When they expressed their pain over not filming with each other as much in the third movie:


And when Jennifer literally knew everything about Josh, including his hatred for chewing straws:


Don’t we all want to be one half of a relationship like this?!