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Lionsgate has officially confirmed that Francis Lawrence (I Am Legend) will direct the second 'Hunger Games' movie adaptation, 'Catching Fire', which begins production this fall.
After all of the rumors and speculation, Francis Lawrence ('I Am Legend') has been tapped to direct 'Catching Fire,' the highly-anticipated sequel to 'The Hunger Games.'
Even though the shortlist of names continues to grow, adding Juan Antonio Bayona (The Orphanage) and Joe Cornish (Attack the Block), Lionsgate appears to be closing in on a possible director to helm 'Catching Fire'.
The Oscar-nominated director of 'Moneyball' and Francis Lawrence, the director of 'Constantine', are the latest names circling the director's chair of 'Hunger Games' sequel, 'Catching Fire'.
The Hunger Games director Gary Ross and studio Lionsgate both issue statements confirming Ross will not return to direct the sequel, 'Catching Fire,' later this year.
'Hunger Games' Director Gary Ross is apparently NOT out of the running for the sequel 'Catching Fire' just yet. Read on for details on where the situation stands.
With reports that Gary Ross is in tedious negotiations for 'The Hunger Games' sequel, we've compiled a list of five directors who could direct 'Catching Fire.'
'Hunger Games' co-writer/director Gary Ross has decided to pass on directing the sequel, 'Catching Fire'. Read on for an explanation concerning his departure.
Fox has settled on an early 2013 start date for shooting on the 'X-Men: First Class' sequel, so as to avoid a scheduling conflict for star Jennifer Lawrence (due to her 'Hunger Games' commitment).
We interview 'Hunger Games' director Gary Ross about how he adapted a young adult novel with political overtones, a fantastical setting and a first-person point of view, into a hit film.
'The Hunger Games' is a box office smash, but director Gary Ross' involvement in the sequel, 'Catching Fire' has not yet been confirmed. Read on to find out why.
We look at five adjustments we think need to be made to 'Catching Fire,' the sequel to 'The Hunger Games.'