The Hunger Games
Jennifer Lawrence’s Katniss Everdeen prepares for the final chapter of The Hunger Games series in today’s trailer titled “We March Together.”
The third and final installment, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, easily led the way, earning an estimated $56-million on its debut weekend.
The science fiction sequel, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, made it three weeks in a row in first place, earning an estimated $22-million on its third weekend of release.
The dystopian fantasy, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, remained the box office leader for a second weekend in a row.
Boycott Walmart protests were being held across the country Friday in an effort to force the corporation to raise wages for its employees. About 60 demonstrators were at the Walmart on Columbus Avenue in South Philadelphia.
“Mockingjay, Part 1” didn’t catch fire like the previous installments of “The Hunger Games,” but it still had the biggest opening of the year with $123 million at the weekend box office, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Interrupting the narrative momentum and asking the audience to wait a year for the conclusion may make commercial sense, but it also undermines and dilutes the theatrical experience.
KYW social media editor Melony Roy has details on the latest Facebook tests, Snapchat’s security issues, and where you can find the latest “Hunger Games” movie poster.
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“The Hunger Games” devoured the competition at the People’s Choice Awards, emerging the top victor with five trophies.
If “House at the End of the Street” were a house, it would not be without curb appeal but would still be in need of repair.
After setting the record last weekend with the biggest box-office debut in movie history, the comic book-inspired superhero blockbuster, ‘The Avengers,’ finished first again.
‘The Avengers’, an assemblage of Marvel Comics superheroes, not only took the weekend box-office crown with a vengeance, but set the record for the biggest debut in movie history.
After spending four weekends in first place at the box office, the science fiction epic, ‘The Hunger Games’, was finally overtaken by two new attractions.
Multiplex audiences remain hungry for ‘The Hunger Games.’ The runaway science fiction epic finished in first place at the box office for the third weekend in a row by earning an estimated $33-million, pushing its cumulative total over the $300-million mark.