Gary Ross Talks About Leaving The Hunger Games Franchise

Gary Ross’ departure from The Hunger Games movie have received mixed reactions from the people. Most of us were obviously saddened about that but the show must go on as they say. Anyway, Gary Ross has a recent interview with EW when he was promoting his first children’s book “Bartholomew Biddle and the Very Big…

Hunger Games DVD/Bluray Exclusive Video: The Making of the Capitol

IGN has released an exclusive clip about the making of the Capitol which will be included on the special features of “The Hunger Games” DVD/Bluray. Watch the video below and learn how Gary Ross and the rest of the team bring out the Capitol based on Suzanne Collin’s imagination.

Liam Hemsworth Receives the AIF Breakthrough Award as Presented by Gary Ross

Liam Hemsworth who plays Gale in “The Hunger Games” was honored by the Australians in Film (AIF) for his performance in the blockbuster movie (you can see the announcement here). Liam received the award from his Hunger Games director Gary Ross last June 27, 2012 in Los Angeles during the AiF Awards and Benefit Dinner….

Hunger Games’s Thresh on the Departure of Gary Ross on the Franchise

From Celebuzz: While millions of fans are still reeling from the news that Gary Ross won’t be directing The Hunger Games‘ sequel, Catching Fire, Celebuzz caught up with Dayo Okeniyi at Nylon Magazine’s anniversary party at Smashbox Studios on Tuesday night to get his thoughts on the situation. Dayo, who plays Thresh, the District 11 tribute in…

Why ‘The Hunger Games’ Franchise Should Stick With Gary Ross

Read MTV‘s explanation on why Gary Ross must direct the sequel to the Hunger Games, Catching Fire. It’s been a hectic few weeks for “Hunger Games” fans, to say the least. After seeing their beloved book realized at last on the big screen and opening to great reviews and record-breaking box-office numbers (it only took…

It’s Official! Hunger Games’ Gary Ross Not Directing Catching Fire

Well, that’s all folks—at least when it comes to Gary Ross and The Hunger Games. As we continue to hope that these films don’t follow the downfall of other multiple-director-franchises, Ross has released a statement explaining why he decided to discontinue his work with the famous trilogy (not that any of his reasoning makes us…