All of that money, and the bluetooth isn't hooked up.
No police caught Bruce, but cameras did, which is just as damning.
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Why was the Peeta scene taken out in the first place?!
Lionsgate sent the Hunger Games fandom into a bit of a frenzy when they revealed information about a deleted scene from Mockingjay — Part 1.
Like, literally, they sent all the fans on some crazy wild goose chase for this video, but the reward was obviously worth it!
In this deleted scene we FINALLY get to see
After The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 comes out in theaters, movie goers will be thrilled! …Then saddened.
It's the last installment in Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games series, and that's just so sad. But wait! There's a ray of hope!
Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer told analysts that he's:
Well, Kim Kardashian West is no stranger to a sexy film!
We're so jealous!!
The tweet read:
At the ripe age of 54, Stanley Tucci is a father once again!
The thespian jokingly said:
Jennifer Lawrence might as well be voted the most likeable person on the planet.
One would think that would be enough, right…?
The 24-year-old needs to pass one last test…
Does she have Julianne Moore's seal of approval?!
In the February 6, 2015 issue of The Hollywood Reporter, the 54-year-old actress tells
Hell freakin' YEAH! You go, Jennifer Lawrence!
2014 makes it the SECOND year in a row that a female-lead movie was the top of the box office!
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1 surpassed Guardians of the Galaxy on Wednesday the 21st as the film that made the most money at the U.S. box office released in 2014 with $333.2 million!
Which is a BIG f*ckin' deal!
Not only does it mark the second year in a row that The Hunger Games franchise has ruled the movies, but it's the second time a female-lead movie has been the #1 seller since 1973's the Exorcist.
AKA 41 years ago.
Not to mention the same star owning the box office two years in a row hasn't happened since Tom Hanks did it with Forrest Gump and Toy Story in '94 and '95!
So freakin' kickass! We love it!
This also proves to those big scary Hollywood studios and producers that female-fronted films do A HELL of a lot better than they think they do!
You go, gurl! Congrats!
It's a night of firsts at the 2015 Golden Globe Awards. But these first-time winners are music awards vets. One of them is even a legend! LOLz!
John Legend & Common, with their collaboration Glory from the film Selma, beat out a star-studded lineup to take home their award for Best Original Song!
Big Eyes by Lana Del Rey, Yellow Flicker Beat by Lorde — from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, Opportunity by Sia, Greg Kurstin, & Will Gluck — from Annie, and Mercy Is by Patti Smith & Lenny Kaye — from Noah were all up for the prestigious award.
But John and Common grabbed the Glory in the end.
Watch their speech (above)!