The Hunger Games
“Mockingjay, Part 1″ didn’t catch fire like the previous installments of “The Hunger Games,” but it still had the biggest opening of the year with $123 million at the weekend box office, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Despite a string of summertime flops, Hollywood is expected to have a banner year at the domestic box office, coming in just shy of $11 billion, the largest annual take ever. But because of higher ticket prices, actual attendance at North American theaters remained flat after a decade of decline.
“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” is a scorching hit at the box office. Lionsgate has released early numbers on what’s expected to be one of the biggest November openings ever.
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“The Hunger Games” devoured the competition at the People’s Choice Awards, emerging the top victor with five trophies.
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are engaged to be married.
“Bridesmaids” and “The Hunger Games” are battling for the most buckets of golden popcorn at the MTV Movie Awards.
Russell Brand is returning to the MTV stage.
Film fans are still forking over for “The Hunger Games,” which took in $33.5 million to lead the box office for a third-straight weekend.
“The Hunger Games” is still the first item on the menu for movie fans, taking in $61.1 million to remain the No. 1 film in its second weekend.
“The Hunger Games” has filled fan appetites with a $155 million opening weekend that puts it near the top of the domestic record book.
The feast is on: “The Hunger Games” has taken in $68.25 million domestically in its first day, a record for a non-sequel.
Hundreds of eager fans waited anxiously to see the highly-anticipated movie, “The Hunger Games” Thursday night.