'Cathing Fire' wins Favorite Movie and more at Kids Choice Awards 2014

The annual Kids Choice Awards 2014 aired live tonight on Nickelodeon. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and its actors were nominated in several categories and took home most of the awards. The movie clinched the ‘Favorite Movie’ title, while Jennifer Lawrence, too, won in both categories she was nominated in: ‘Favorite Movie Actress’ and ‘Favorite Female Buttkicker’. In the latter category, Johanna Mason actress Jena Malone was nominated … Continue reading 'Cathing Fire' wins Favorite Movie and more at Kids Choice Awards 2014

'Catching Fire', Jennifer Lawrence and Jena Malone nominated for Kids Choice Awards

The 2014 Kids Choice Awards announced its nominations on Monday, February 24th. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, along with its actors Jennifer Lawrence and Jena Malone, has been nominated. BEST FILM The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Iron Man 3 Oz the Great and Powerful The Smurfs 2 FAVORITE MOVIE ACTRESS Sandra Bullock Mila Kunis Jennifer Lawrence Jayma Mays FAVORITE FEMALE BUTTKICKER Sandra Bullock Jennifer Lawrence Evangeline Lilly Jena … Continue reading 'Catching Fire', Jennifer Lawrence and Jena Malone nominated for Kids Choice Awards

Vote for 'Catching Fire', Jennifer Lawrence and Sam Claflin at Empire Awards

The Jameson Empire Awards 2014 are here with their list of nominees as decided by the public. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and its actors have clinched several nominations, and now it’s time to vote for the final awards. BEST THRILLER Captain Phillips The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Now You See Me Prisoners Trance BEST SCI-FI / FANTASY Gravity The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug The … Continue reading Vote for 'Catching Fire', Jennifer Lawrence and Sam Claflin at Empire Awards

Women Warriors and Soft Men: Lessons from The Hunger Games, Hobbit & more

Inspired by the box-office success of Catching Fire and Desolation of Smaug, among other fantasies, writer Clarence Haynes has written for Huffington Post Entertainment a piece discussing the strong female character that are taking up the mantle, and their male counterparts not the stereotypical warriors but less battle-adept bakers and poets. As highlighted by the character Katniss Everdeen in the Suzanne Collins’ books and corresponding movies, I … Continue reading Women Warriors and Soft Men: Lessons from The Hunger Games, Hobbit & more