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David O'Russell reunites 3 of his stars from last year's Oscar-winner "Silver Linings Playbook" to revel in the 70's glory of big hair, great music and crazy fashion in one of the most entertaining movies this year, "American Hustle".
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Josh Hutcherson , back in town recently to resume filming on Mockingjay , has also resumed being spotted around town.
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Tauriel: Head of the Elven Guard of the Mirkwood Forest, she has 600 years of experience with numerous kinds of weaponry.
But pop culture and presents got me thinking, "If I could buy a celebrity something for the holidays, what would I buy?" Well, I made a list and I checked it twicea Jennifer Lawrence: For the holidays, I think "The Hunger Games" actress deserves a nice, long nap.
There's a new addition to the cast of "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Parts 1 and 2." "Mob City" star Robert Knepper has been confirmed for the role of Antonius.
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That's Tina Fey and Amy Poehler , you sickos. The two women, who will host the Golden Globes next month for the second year in a row, accepted a one-week job to become guest editors of EW.
That's what "Hunger Games: Catching Fire" has done. The film is based on the second book of the Hunger Games trilogy, written by Suzanne Collins.
The first "Hobbit" film was criticized by some - like me! - for its testosterone-heavy cast, so director Peter Jackson has brought in a kick-ass chick for the sequel.
There is so much hair in American Hustle , David O. Russell's new seventies con-man film, that it should be renamed American Hair-stle .
With 'Catching Fire,' 'Frozen,' and drunk Oprah cleaning up at the box office, this may have been the best year yet for women in Hollywood.
Natalie Dormer is a steady face on television, and we've seen her in everything from The Tudors to Game of Thrones to Elementary.
Josh Hutcherson has been on a real roll lately with his films, and it's not just because of the recent box-office success of "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," the sequel to the much-lauded "The Hunger Games."
Fresh from the mystical land where teenage girls overcome the odds to save their dystopian family and ultimately pick between two hot boys comes two new YA novels getting the movie adaptation treatment.
Fans of "The Hunger Games" are rejoicing as news of the follow-up movie, "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" is hitting the streets.