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‘Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ to Have World Premiere in London Nov. 11

Jennifer Lawrence stars alongside Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth in the Lionsgate sequel.

Suzanne Collins’ New Book ‘Year of the Jungle’ to Arrive Next Fall

The "Hunger Games" scribe's upcoming autobiographical picture tome will be released Sept. 10, 2013.

Lionsgate Sets Release Dates for Final Two ‘Hunger Games’ Pics

"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay," which is being split into two movies similar to "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn," will hit theaters in November 2014 and 2015.

‘Hunger Games’ Sequel ‘Catching Fire’ Narrows Director Search

With production and release-date deadlines looming, Lionsgate races to find a suitable replacement for Gary Ross in the director's chair.

Box Office Monster ‘Hunger Games’ Likely Headed for $350 Mil Domestic Run

Some box office observers believe the Lionsgate movie could even approach $400 million; the film's foreign prospects aren't as bright.

Box Office Shocker: ‘Hunger Games’ Third-Best Opening Weekend of All Time

UPDATED: Lionsgate's book-to-film adaptation grosses a staggering $155 million, shattering records and surpassing any "Twilight" pic; overseas, "Hunger Games" opens to $59.3 million for a worldwide total of $214.3 million.

‘Hunger Games’ Jennifer Lawrence Nixes Diets, Doesn’t Mind Looking ‘Chubby On Camera’

The actress looks refreshingly healthy in her low-cut Calvin Klein dress at a recent New York 'Games' screening.

‘Hunger Games’: Elizabeth Banks Picks Team Peeta Because of ‘The Way He Loves Katniss So Deeply’

The actress also talks about Effie Trinket's Marie Antoinette hair, MIA book character Madge Undersee, and why she shaves her legs every day before she leaves the house.

More than 2,000 Shows of ‘Hunger Games’ Already Sold Out

Fandango announces record numbers for the Gary Ross-directed film out Friday.

The Hunger Games: Film Review

Directed by Gary Ross and based on the first in a trilogy of best-selling novels, the film stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth as teens living in a dystopian future in which young people are forced to fight to the death on live television.

Meg Ryan and Dennis Quaid’s Teen Son Makes Film Debut in ‘The Hunger Games’

19-year-old Jack Quaid, a sophomore at NYU, makes his big-screen acting debut as one of the "Career Tributes" in Suzanne Collins' popular book series.

‘The Hunger Games’ Author Suzanne Collins Praises Lionsgate’s Adaptation

The writer posted a letter on Facebook, calling the film "faithful in both narrative and theme."