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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Lynn Cohen, ‘Sex and the City’ Actor, Dies at 86

Lynn Cohen, known for her role as Magda on HBO's 'Sex and the City,' died Friday morning, her representative confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. She was 86.

New Movies, TV on Hulu in October: ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1,’ ‘The Wolf of Wall Street,’ ‘The Affair’ and More

'Anchorman 2,' 'Noah,' 'Star Trek: Into Darkness,' 'World War Z' and new seasons of 'SNL,' 'Jane The Virgin' and 'The Flash' are also arriving on the streaming service next month, as the fall TV…

Movies and TV Shows Leaving Netflix In September 2015

Take a look at the titles that are leaving Netflix in September.

Lionsgate Reports Lower First-Quarter Earnings, Revenues

The studio, led by CEO Jon Feltheimer, beat analyst profit estimates as it reported international TV revenue growth.

Entertainment Midyear Stock Report: Streamers Soar, Sony Leads Conglomerates

Sony's lead would have been larger but for a 6 percent drop after announcing Tuesday it would raise money by issuing 92 million more shares of stock.

‘The Interview’ Sequel: Inside the Frightening Battle Raging on the North Korean Border

Four months after the Sony film sparked an international furor, dissidents and defectors in South Korea, joined by a THR reporter, send the movie mocking Kim Jong Un via balloons across the border as…

Lionsgate Promotes Patricia Laucella to Oversee Business And Legal Affairs

The move follows production and talent deals negotiated for 'The Hunger Games,' 'Divergent' and 'Insurgent.'

Canada’s Cineplex Boosts Fourth-Quarter Earnings Amid Weak Box Office

Higher concession and digital advertising sales offset the impact of lower grosses for the latest 'The Hobbit' and 'Hunger Games' installments.

Lionsgate, China’s Hunan TV Negotiate $1.5 Billion Film Production Pact

The advanced discussions include combined investment in film production and distribution.

Katniss Everdeen Immortalized in Wax at Madame Tussauds London

Jennifer Lawrence's iconic character from the 'Hunger Games' series also will appear at Madame Tussauds in New York and Hollywood

‘Frozen’ Director: Here’s How Having Women in the Story Room Changes Everything

In THR's Women in Entertainment issue, Oscar winner Jennifer Lee says that just eight years ago, "there was this feeling that if you didn't speak to men in the audience, people wouldn't come"

Watch ‘Hunger Games’ Cast Sing in New Bad Lip Reading Videos

Katniss and Peeta perform as The Obsidiots