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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (movie)

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  • Free $14 ticket to 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' from Cover Girl

    Free $14 ticket to 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' from Cover Girl
    Get a free $14 ticket to see "Hunger Games: Catching Fire" from Cover Girl. Buy $20 in cosmetics from participating retailers listed below in one purchase by Dec. 31 and send in a picture of the receipt by Jan. 7 to get an e-Movie cash code. Redeem...
  • Free $20 movie ticket with Fandango gift card purchase

    Free $20 movie ticket with Fandango gift card purchase
    Get a free $20 movie ticket when you buy a $50 Fandango gift card. Purchase "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" gift cards at Fandango.com and you'll get a free $20 promotional code via email to see a movie of your choice. Codes must be redeemed online...
  • Walt Disney Animation Studios turns 90 in colorful fashion

    On Oct. 16, 1923, Walt Disney and his brother Roy began the Walt Disney Co. inauspiciously in the rear of a small office at the Holly-Vermont Realty in Los Angeles. It was there that the young brothers, who paid $10 a month for the modest space, began...
  • 'Frozen' Solid Wednesday with $15.2 Million; 'Catching Fire' Still No. 1

    With only a small lead over Disney toon "Frozen," Lionsgate's "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" is expected to win the Thanksgiving extended frame with upwards of $85 million. The actioner earned $20.7 million Wednesday, bringing its domestic cume to...
  • Cast, fans make 'Catching Fire' a dream for films' stars

    Cast, fans make 'Catching Fire' a dream for films' stars
    When the “Catching Fire” Victory Tour rolled through Miami on Nov. 4, four victors from the Capitol’s past Hunger Games took the stage at Bank United Center to interact with fans and sign posters. Teenlink sat down with Sam Claflin...
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman dies at 46; Oscar-winning actor

    Academy Award winner Philip Seymour Hoffman, one of the most acclaimed character actors and ambitious performers of his generation, was found dead of an apparent drug overdose inside his New York apartment on Sunday, police said. He was 46. A business...
  • 'Divergent' stars weigh in on Chicago visit

    'Divergent' stars weigh in on Chicago visit
    Shailene Woodley is known for her "alternative" lifestyle: The aspiring herbalist — who plays the rebellious protagonist, Tris, in "Divergent" — has said during interviews that she makes her own medicine and cheese and collects mountain spring...
  • U.S. movies help drive Chinese box office over $1 billion

    U.S. movies help drive Chinese box office over $1 billion
    BEIJING -- China’s box office has made its first $1 billion for the year, crossing the mark in the week that ended Sunday with some help from “Robocop.” Year-to-date box office receipts for the mainland -- the world’s second...
  • Ad campaign (lip) glosses over 'Hunger Games' message

    Ad campaign (lip) glosses over 'Hunger Games' message
    Last spring, CoverGirl announced a makeup line called the Capitol Collection, a marketing tie-in with the "Hunger Games" film franchise, based on the novels by Suzanne Collins. The makeup is supposed to draw its users closer to the world of Panem, where...
  • Social media anticipation high for 'Divergent,' 'Spider-Man'

    Social media anticipation high for 'Divergent,' 'Spider-Man'
    Young adult sci-fi, superhero action and a classic fairy-tale villain all have an advantage going into the new year: anticipation from social media users. Research firm Fizziology used social media data to rank the 10 most buzzed-about movies for the...
  • Judi Dench, as Bond's M, takes on MPAA over 'Philomena' rating

    Nobody takes advantage of a well-placed F-bomb quite like the Weinstein Co. The studio's latest demonstration of the martyring -- and marketing -- power of profanity is a brief YouTube video of Judi Dench, resurrected as M., her deceased character...