Friday, March 23 2012
2 years, 11 months, 16 days
Hunger Games surpasses Iron Man 3
With takings of almost 414m 252m, the second Hunger Games film passes Iron Man 3 to become the most successful 2013 release at the US box office.
Jennifer Lawrence's 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' Is First Movie With Female Lead To Win Annual Box Office In ...
Movie Makes History
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire First FemaleLead Movie To Top Box Office Since 73
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire edged out previous leader Iron Man 3 at the 2013 box office, not only winning the year for the second installment in the Hunger Games saga, but becoming the first movie topped by a female star to win the domestic box office race since 1973. The Hunger Games sequels 493,000... Read more The Hunger Games: Catching Fire First FemaleLead Movie To Top Box Office ...
THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE BLAZES TO 409.4 MILLION AT THE DOMESTIC BOX OFFICE, BECOMING 1 FILM OF 2013
THE Hunger Games: CATCHING FIRE BLAZES TO 409.4 MILLION AT THE DOMESTIC BOX OFFICE, BECOMING 1 FILM OF 2013
David O. Russell Compares Jennifer Lawrence's Hunger Games Film Commitment to Slavery
If it seems like Jennifer Lawrence is everywhere these days, it's because she is. The twotime Golden Globe winner spent the latter half of 2013 promoting The Hunger Games: Catching...
David O. Russell Apologizes For Comparing Jennifer Lawrence's Hunger Games Schedule to Slavery
David O. Russell is apologizing for his controversial comment about Jennifer Lawrence's Hunger Games filming schedule. The director compared her work ethic on the successful films to...
Box Office Milestone: 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' Becomes Top 2013 Release in North America
The Jennifer Lawrence sequel has grossed 409.4 million in North America, edging past 'Iron Man 3.' read more
David O. Russell compares Hunger Games to 12 years of slavery for Jennifer Lawrence
Hoo boy. American Hustle director David O. Russell, it seems, does not approve of the modern Hollywood franchise machine
'American Hustle' director David O. Russell apologizes for comparing Jennifer Lawrences 'Hunger Games' work to slavery
Director David O. Russell may be a master at writing comedy, but he proved that hes not so good at coming up with jokes off the cuff. read more
David O. Russell Apologizes For Comparing Jennifer Lawrence's Hunger Games Role to Slavery
It's time to apologize American Hustle director David O. Russell knew his recent comments about Jennifer Lawrence 's hardworking ways would land him in hot water which is why he apologized Tuesday, Jan. 14 for comparing her commitment to the Hunger Games franchise to slavery.