Shailene Woodley the Divergent star and the women who is endlessly compared to Jennifer Lawrence (for no apparent reason except they are quirky and they are the leads in YA adaptions), in an interview with Vanity fair revealed that she and Josh Hutcherson where friends when they where younger,
“Divergent” star Shailene Woodley recently revealed in an interview for Vanity Fair’s magazine July issue that she and “The Hunger Games” star Josh Hutcherson are somehow connected, going back to the time when the actors have been 11-year-olds.
“Josh and I were friends when I was 11 years old, and we sold a movie together that he ended up making, and I didn’t,” Woodley told the publication.
Shailene Woodley, however, added that since at the age of eleven, she and Hutcherson haven’t been able to talk.
The childhood friends did reunite the day before Shailene`s interview she saw Josh Hutcherson most likely at the MTV movie awards that they both attended
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Forbes Magazine has released their annual list of Top 100 Most Powerful Celebrities, and Jennifer Lawrence has been named Most Powerful Actress. Jennifer ranked 12th overall, but ranked the highest over all other actresses.
In addition to being a box-office powerhouse in two major franchises (as Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games and Raven/Mystique in X-Men), critics have consistently praised Jennifer’s acting chops. She has already been nominated for three Academy Awards at just 23 years old.
According to Forbes, “that combination of action hero and award-winning actress makes Jennifer Lawrence the most powerful actress in Hollywood right now.”
The Top 100 list is calculated using “earnings and fame to rank the 100 most powerful celebrities in the worlds of movies, TV, books, sports, music and modeling.”
Check out the entire breakdown here and the full Top 100 here.
Costume designer Trish Summerville has won Best Costume at the 40th Annual Saturn Awards for her work on The Hunger Games: Catching Fire! The Saturn Awards are handed out by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, and honors top works in their respective genres in both film and television.
Catching Fire actually received seven nominations, with Trish being the only one to come out on top. It’s not surprising for us fans each time The Hunger Games ‘ films are ignored at award shows in costume or hair/make up categories; so it was great to see Trish get the recognition she deserves!
Check out the video below to hear her talk about her creative process and Catching Fire‘s amazing costumes.
You can see the full list of winners here.
Stanley Tucci has recently carried out an interview with GMA talking about his new movie-Transformers Age Of Extinction and includes a few details about his much-loved Hunger Games character Caesar.
When asked “What’s in store for Caesar ” Stanley responded with “Well, Caesar doesn’t have quite as much to do, but it was still a great time and a great character to play”
Watch the video below to view the whole interview between Stanley and GMA.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire will be making its worldwide television debut on EPIX July 26th! The Hunger Games is also currently on EPIX for viewing. Watch the premiere trailer below:
Will you be watching?
A new tumblr page for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 has just been launched by Lionsgate. You can find and follow it at MockingjayMovie.tumblr.com.
It’ll be interesting to see if/how marketing utilizes tumblr this time around. Remember Capitol Couture during Catching Fire promotion? Right now, it looks like it’s simply repetition from the other official social media pages, so we’ll just have to keep our eyes peeled to see if anything changes!
Jena Malone and Lem Jay Ignacio of The Shoe hosted a Google Hangout earlier today. They chatted for over an hour with their fans about themselves, their music, and upcoming projects. Our friends over at Jabberjays.net were able to ask and get an answer to a great Mockingjay related question as well!
Question: “Have you two thought about doing a song for either of the Mockingjay movie soundtracks? (not sure how getting on a soundtrack works)”
Answer (from Jena): “I have thought about it and I actually would love to, so I’ve actually talked to them. I’m like, “So you guys… what do you think about…?” No, but I love what they do. I think that the Catching Fire soundtrack was so beautiful and that score was just so unique. I think any band or artist would be interested to work with them because it’s such a haunting, beautiful story to get to add songs to. It could be fun!”
In case you missed it, Lionsgate confirmed via their Twitter earlier today that the Mockingjay Part 1 Teaser will be airing before showings of Transformers: Age of Extinction in theaters.
If you happen to catch it on the big screen, please come back and comment to let us know how it looked and what the crowd’s reaction to it was. We’re eager to hear how it plays for a broad audience.
A few changes have recently emerged on the TheCapitol.PN including a new photo on the homepage of Peeta and President Snow looking like snowy white statues!
Along with the photo, TheCapitol.PN has added a new site feature called Capitol Concerns, which lets citizens voice their thoughts and opinions on the topics of Goods & Labor, Enforcement & Safety, Public Figures & Leadership, Ethics & Moral Policy, and History straight to the Capitol!
FOLLOWING PRESIDENT SNOW’S OFFICIAL PANEM ADDRESS, THE CAPITOL MINISTRY OF INFORMATION IS LAUNCHING “CAPITOL CONCERNS,” A REVOLUTIONARY INITIATIVE DESIGNED TO IMPROVE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE CAPITOL AND OUR ESTEEMED DISTRICT CITIZENS. TELL US HOW YOU FEEL, WE VALUE YOUR FEEDBACK.
There are also some changes regarding various social media pages. TheCapitol.PN has now been renamed to One Panem on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. The individual District Facebook pages have also been absorbed into “One Panem” (some interesting symbolism I think).
What do you think about these changes and the new Snow/Peeta image? Let us know in the comments!
IGN recently caught up with Stanley Tucci during the press tour for Transformers: Age of Extinction and talked a little bit about Mockingjay.
When asked if he thinks splitting the book into two films makes sense, Stanley said, “I think it does make sense to split it into two movies. You don’t want to cram a lot of information into one.” Stanley further commented that he thinks Caesar is “terrified” once the rebellion starts and is the “ultimate coward.”
What do you guys think? Do you think the rebelling districts would completely scare off Caesar?