Jennifer Lawrence The Archives
After over a year of waiting, Catching Fire is out for the world to see! We discuss the film in-depth and look at box office numbers.
We finish answering your questions from last week, discuss some random “news-but-not-really-news” items, and more!
This week’s cool finds include Jennifer Lawrence’s Disney dopplegängers, Capitol Portraits Lionsgate should have released, and a fan-made Catching Fire trailer.
This week it’s all about the Capitol Portraits!
We discuss the new Catching Fire Victory Tour posters, chat with the organizer of the Hunger Games Costume Exhibit & Auction, and more!
We weigh in on new Catching Fire filming developments, discuss Finnick and Effie, and interview author Valerie Estelle Frankel.
Catching Fire has moved production to Hawaii and the fandom’s been gifted with dozens of new set photos. We analyze and discuss!
December is here, and we’re giving away three fun prize packs full of magazines, world premiere cups, and Hunger Games Christmas ornaments!
This week’s cool finds include a montage of funny Jennifer Lawrence interview moments, sugar cube earrings, a flute cover of “Safe & Sound,” and a violin and piano arrangement of Rue’s whistle.
We’re giving away a House at the End of the Street prize pack featuring a poster signed by Jennifer Lawrence!
Join us as we welcome Meta Golding, Bruno Gunn, Alan Ritchson, E. Roger Mitchell, and Maria Howell to the Hunger Games family!
This week’s cool finds include a new Hunger Games web series, an adorable Josh/Jennifer fan video, and a beautiful piece of fan art depicting one of the saddest scenes in Mockingjay.
Highlights from Episode 61, including part of our 2012 MTV Movie Awards recap and a Crackpot Theory about the Capitol’s location.
We recap the MTV Movie Awards, separate Finnick rumors from Finnick facts, discuss Catching Fire filming locations, and visit the Capitol.
Check out our exclusive pictures and video of the Hob and more!
Topics include: the new still, Lionsgate’s purchase of Summit, Capitol Couture, Collins’ executive producer status, and interviews galore!
To celebrate the new year, we discuss the biggest, best, and most ridiculous Hunger Games moments of 2011 and look ahead to 2012.
In this special Friday night episode, we discuss the official character posters that were released on October 27, 2011.
A second-by-second breakdown of the first teaser, which debuted on MTV during the VMAs, and a discussion of Sam Cushion’s newest score.
Sara Gundell announces her comic book biography of Suzanne Collins and we celebrate the 1-year anniversary of Mockingjay by recalling the release.
Our panel chats about the Catching Fire release date, Steven Soderbergh, the newest stills of Katniss and Peeta, and the fabled orange backpack.
The infamous “Cinna Episode,” featuring lots of screaming when Lionsgate announces during the show that Lenny Kravitz will be playing Cinna. We also talk to author Ned Vizzini about his contribution to The Girl Who Was on Fire.