The Hunger Games
The Mutts are terrifying, engineered creatures found throughout The Hunger Games franchise. Here is every variant seen in the movies.
The Hunger Games movies were excellent, but Katniss Everdeen and her crew had some epic moments from the books that the movies totally missed.
Sci-fi book adaptations once ruled the movie industry, producing many high-quality features and some that couldn’t match up with the source material.
The Hunger Games movies were wildly popular but there were quite a few things from the books that the films never used.
Katniss and Gale had a lot of history before Peeta ever really came into the picture in The Hunger Games.
The Hunger Games' Katniss Everdeen is one of the great YA heroes, but not everything about her makes sense.
The Hunger Games movies were a hit at the box office, with critics, and with fans. They weren't perfect, though.
In order to keep the tributes in line, the Capitol institutes a small set of rules to ensure that the Hunger Games are entertaining.
It is inevitable that things will be lost in translation when books get adapted into movies. Some of The Hunger Games’ changes were improvements.
These are some unforgettable Hunger Games memes that completely change how we look at the iconic franchise!
The Hunger Games tell an incredible story of rebellion and resistance, but there are a few things about the movies that don't make any sense.
There's a lot that goes into the making of a big franchise like The Hunger Games, and these photos show us what really went on behind the scenes.
When adapting an already beloved book series like The Hunger Games to the screen, casting the characters correctly is crucial.
The Hunger Games caught cinema ablaze a few years ago and some of its stars have done very well for themselves. Others... not so much.
Here are 10 of the most controversial casting decisions in recent years that turned out alright, yet fans didn't apologize for being wrong about.
Exclusive: Hunger Games series director Francis Lawrence reveals how and why he would return to the Lionsgate YA sci-fi movie franchise.
Lionsgate is planning an entertainment complex in New York's Times Square that includes John Wick, Hunger Games and Mad Men-themed attractions.