The Hunger Games Remains Victor at its 3rd Week in US Theaters

LOS ANGELES—“The Hunger Games” continues to rule the box office with $33.1 million in its third weekend, raising its domestic haul to $302.4 million.
The “American Pie” sequel “American Reunion” opened at No. 2 with $21.5 million, while a 3-D version of James Cameron’s blockbuster “Titanic” debuted in third-place with $17.3 million.
The top 20 movies at U.S. and Canadian theaters Friday through Sunday, followed by distribution studio, gross, number of theater locations, average receipts per location, total gross and number of weeks in release, as compiled Monday by are:
1. “The Hunger Games,” Lionsgate, $33,111,557, 4,137 locations, $8,004 average, $302,450,722, three weeks.
2. “American Reunion,” Universal, $21,514,080, 3,192 locations, $6,740 average, $21,514,080, one week.
3. “Titanic” in 3-D, Paramount, $17,285,453, 2,674 locations, $6,464 average, $25,645,935 ($626.4 million for lifetime of the film), one week.
4. “Wrath of the Titans,” Warner Bros., $14,732,121, 3,545 locations, $4,156 average, $58,614,212, two weeks.
5. “Mirror Mirror,” Relativity Media, $11,095,140, 3,618 locations, $3,067 average, $36,773,242, two weeks.
6. “21 Jump Street,” Sony, $10,001,381, 3,009 locations, $3,324 average, $109,413,763, four weeks.
7. “Dr. Seuss’ the Lorax,” Universal, $5,030,025, 3,003 locations, $1,675 average, $198,204,375, six weeks.
8. “Salmon Fishing in the Yemen,” CBS Films, $992,428, 524 locations, $1,894 average, $4,656,429, five weeks.
9. “Housefull 2,” Eros International, $847,132, 121 locations, $7,001 average, $847,132, one week.
10. “John Carter,” Disney, $830,305, 1,015 locations, $818 average, $67,983,652, five weeks.
11. “Safe House,” Universal, $575,990, 482 locations, $1,195 average, $124,746,150, nine weeks.
12. “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island,” Warner Bros., $539,275, 651 locations, $828 average, $99,387,951, nine weeks.
13. “Act of Valor,” Relativity Media, $531,103, 708 locations, $750 average, $68,764,310, seven weeks.
14. “The Raid: Redemption,” Sony Pictures Classics, $526,292, 176 locations, $2,990 average, $1,249,902, three weeks.
15. “A Thousand Words,” Paramount, $478,424, 507 locations, $944 average, $17,422,303, five weeks.
16. “Jeff Who Lives at Home,” Paramount Vantage, $418,250, 447 locations, $936 average, $3,400,120, four weeks.
17. “October Baby,” IDP-Samuel Goldwyn, $365,385, 339 locations, $1,078 average, $3,780,584, three weeks.
18. “Project X,” Warner Bros., $326,490, 444 locations, $735 average, $54,061,268, six weeks.
19. “The Vow,” Sony Screen Gems, $293,199, 479 locations, $612 average, $123,922,180, nine weeks.
20. “Casa de mi Padre,” Lionsgate, $267,432, 283 locations, $945 average, $5,496,417, four weeks.

Hunger Games Premieres in the UK (with Pics)

Just a couple of days ago, Hunger Games has its world premiere at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles, California (USA). Now, UK has been invaded with the stars of the Hunger Games.  Read this article from MTV News.
Jen was once again the Girl in Gold, sporting a dazzling gilded halter dress and black belt, while co-star Elizabeth retreaded her citrus-color theme with a zesty lemon-hued frock (perhaps a bit of Effie’s fashion flamboyance has rubbed off on her!).
Also on hand for the big night were co-star Toby Jones, Liam’s bro Chris Hemsworth, former Spice Girl Mel B and a handful of Brit-lebs.

Jennifer Lawrence signing autographs for fans in the UK
Liam Hemsworth, Elizabeth Banks, Jennifer Lawrence, and Josh Hutcherson
Jennifer Lawrence dazzles in gold
Liam and his brother Chris Hemsworth (Thor)
Josh Hutcherson looking hot in his suit
Elizabeth Banks wrapped in yellow
Jennifer Lawrence with fans in UK
Liam Hemsworth signing autographs for UK fans
Chris Hemsworth of the Avengers
Mel B and Stephen Belafonte
Michelle Heaton, Katie Price, and Ellie Jenas

Hunger Games Premiere in Australia – Learn Ways on How to Win Premiere Tickets

The red carpet premiere of The Hunger Games in Australia will take place on March 15th at Event Cinemas on George Street in Sydney. And, thanks to Event Cinemas, Australian fans have the chance to win 2 tickets to the premiere.
Here’s how to enter:
  • Purchase a ticket to see any Gold Class or Vmax session of The Hunger Games online at or, via Facebook or via the Event Cinema iPhone or iPad application or via mobile phones at during the competition dates to automatically be entered into the draw; and
  • Entrants will receive one entry in the draw for the ticket purchased (the cost of phone entry is a maximum of $0.55 including GST and will not exceed that amount. Entry by phone must be sent via an Australian mobile telephone carrier).
The contest ends March 11 and is open to Australian residents, age 18 and over. Get all the details at Event Cinemas (just choose your location for the correct Terms and Conditions).
There’s no word on if any cast members will be attending the premiere, but typically at least a few cast members show up for each international red carpet premiere. And that’s going to be a busy week for premieres, with the world premiere in LA on March 12th, the London premiere on the 14th, and the Berlin premiere on the 16th!
Source: HGT Fansite