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Photos: Alan Ritchson at ‘Project Almanac’ Los Angeles premiere

January 28, 2015 | No Comments »
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Alan Ritchson and his wife Catherine attended the premiere of Project Almanac last night (January 27, 2015) in Los Angeles.

Watch new trailer for Jena Malone’s horror film ‘Angelica’

Per The Hollywood Reporter, here’s a brief plot summary:

The latest from director Mitchell Lichtenstein (Teeth, Happy Tears) features Malone as Constance, an innocent shopgirl whose dream marriage to a medical researcher (played by Brit actor Ed Stoppard) turns into a nightmare after puritanical doctors order the couple to a regime of abstinence. Things go sinister as an apparently supernatural force begins to threaten Constance and her daughter Angelica. Two-time Oscar nominee Janet McTeer (Albert Nobbs) co-stars.

Vote ‘Mockingjay Part 2′ in Final Round of MTV’s 2015 Movie Brawl

January 27, 2015 | No Comments »
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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 is competing with Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials in the final round of MTV’s 2015 Movie Brawl! Head over to MTV and VOTE to make your voice heard.

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Liam Hemsworth offered starring role in ‘Independence Day’ sequel

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Sources tell The Wrap that Liam Hemsworth has been offered a lead role in the Independence Day sequel that will be called ID Forever. Little has been revealed about the plot for the sequel, but Michael B. Jordan is also rumored to have been offered a role. Would you like seeing Liam in this role?

Lionsgate CEO on Possibility of ‘Hunger Games’ Spin-off

January 23, 2015 | No Comments »
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Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer confirms to The Hollywood Reporter that the studio has considered doing spin-off movies of The Hunger Games, or, as he says, he is looking for ways to “extend all of [their] intellectual property.” However, when the journalist asked specifically about getting another film in the Hunger Games world, Feltheimer was quick to respond with a “not so fast.” He specifically mentions Divergent as another option, but let’s just say, we wouldn’t be surprised if they tried to appeal to the HG audiences with another film in that world.

The Hunger Games franchise wraps in November. What’s the future for Lionsgate in the YA space?

We’re always looking for ways to extend all of our intellectual property. We’ve seen that’s what happened with Harry Potter and The Lord of the Rings. So we’re always looking for worlds within the IP that we haven’t explored yet.

So you’re saying something else in the Hunger Games world isn’t out of the question?

Not saying specifically for The Hunger Games, but we have other franchises, too. If you look at Divergent, for example, after the third book, [author Veronica Roth] actually put out a novella called Four. There may be other material there. One never knows when we dig into the treasure troves of these brilliant writers what we might find.

Can there be another YA franchise as successful as Twilight or Hunger Games? Or has that moment passed?

These franchises are like magic. You can’t prescribe them. They come out of the ether a little bit, and then you hope you manage them well enough to make them everything they can be.


Video: Sneak Peek at Josh Hutcherson on ‘Face Off’

Josh Hutcherson is guest judging an episode of Face Off on January 27, and we have the first look at him on the show, working with The Hunger Games makeup artist Ve Neill.

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Stanley Tucci joins Natalie Dormer in ‘Patient Zero’


Stanley Tucci’s Caesar Flickerman and Natalie Dormer’s Cressida have not had a chance to interact on screen, but it looks like the actors who play them will be sharing the screen a bit in the new film Patient Zero. We had already reported that Natalie Dormer would be starring, along with Doctor Who’s Matt Smith, but now Stanley Tucci has signed on to play the villain.

In Patient Zero, an unprecedented global pandemic of a super strain of rabies has resulted in the evolution of a new species driven by violence. An inexplicably immune human survivor with the ability to communicate with this new species must spearhead a hunt for Patient Zero in order to find a cure to save his infected wife and humanity.

Tucci plays a deliciously evil role: a professor who becomes infected, and highly violent. He becomes determined to crash the lab that’s working on a cure and thwart the search for Patient Zero.

Photos & Video: Julianne Moore wins Critics Choice Award

January 16, 2015 | No Comments »
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Julianne Moore continues her awards domination with last night’s Critic’s Choice Awards. Moore took home the Best Actress award for her Oscar nominated role in Still Alice.

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Watch video of Julianne accepting the award!

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Here she is in the press room after her win.

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And don’t miss this red carpet interview that kicked off the night.

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More photos at Zimbio.

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