'Hunger Games': A dark mirror on our own world
"The Hunger Games" posted the third-highest domestic debut of all time with $155 million, behind only the $169.2 million opening for the final "Harry Potter" installment and the $158.4 million launch of "The Dark Knight.
Jennifer Lawrence stars as Katniss Everdeen in "The Hunger Games." (Murray Close / Lionsgate / May 31, 2011) By Rebecca Keegan, Los Angeles Times Children murder one another in a multitude of gruesome and memorable ways in "The Hunger Games," deploying
By Nicole Sperling Actress Jennifer Lawrence, 21, understands that her starring turn in "The Hunger Games" is about to change her life. The highly anticipated film, which opened Friday and faithfully adapted from Suzanne Collins' bestselling young
The Hunger Games, based on Suzanne Collins' bestselling novel and starring Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, and Josh Hutcherson took in a whopping $155 million in its opening weekend. This number brings the hit
Let movie critics tell you before you go to see The Hunger Games whether it includes your favorite book scenes or whether the performances are good or not. But drop a dime on whether the new Mad Men is a masterwork or a stinker?