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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

2013
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Directed by
Starring
Jack Quaid
Taylor St. Clair
Sandra Ellis Lafferty
Paula Malcomson
Elizabeth Banks
Bruce Bundy
Nelson Ascencio
Lenny Kravitz
Stanley Tucci
Afemo Omilami
Kimberley Drummond
Deena Beasley
Leon Lamar
Mandy Neuhaus
Erika Bierman
Wilbur Fitzgerald
Patrick St. Esprit
Jill Jane Clements
James Sutton
Alan Ritchson
Stephanie Leigh Schlund
Meta Golding
Jeffrey Wright
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Four Hunger Games fans and one skeptic debate the franchise on its 10-year anniversary.

Wed, 19th December 2018

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Tue, 23rd October 2018

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Sun, 9th December 2018

Suzanne Collins Talks About ‘The Hunger Games,’ the Books and the Movies  The New York Times

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the first book in the trilogy, here is an excerpt from an interview between the publisher and the author.

Thu, 18th October 2018

12 Movie Changes That Hurt The Hunger Games (And 8 That Saved It)  Screen Rant

It is inevitable that things will be lost in translation when books get adapted into movies. Some of The Hunger Games' changes were improvements.

Mon, 9th July 2018

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Fri, 1st June 2018

11th December 2014

Paddington stays at the top of the UK box office for a second week leaving The Hunger Games in it's wake and leaving the highest new film to come in at three.

The children's favourite, which has had decent reviews, retains it's lead at the top with a second weekend of nearly £4 million, which brings it's 10 day gross to £10.3 million.

Staying at two is The Hunger Games, Mockingjay Part 1 now with a £25.2 million total gross.

Highest new film of the weekend is Penguins of Madagascar, entering at three with £1.6 million, the Madagascar spinoff film should hang around for the holidays to improve on it's gross.

Other new films this week: Get Santa at 7, St Vincent at 9, Black Sea at 10, The Pyramid at 11 and Men Women and Children at 14.

Historical charts

A year ago
The biggest animated comedy of all time, Frozen, hit the top on it's opening weekend leaving The Hunger Games: Catching Fire to fall to second after a single week.

Five years ago
Paranormal Activity climbed to the top of the box office leaving The Twilight Saga: New Moon to fall to third while highest new film was Planet 51 at four.

Ten years ago
The Incredibles stayed at the top while the highest new film was at three, Christmas With The Kranks.

Fifteen years ago
The World Is Not Enough was still unmovable at the top of the box office while the highest new film was Gust House Paradiso at three.

Finally twenty years ago saw The Specialist starring Sylvester Stallone and Sharon Stone at the top of the box office and twenty five years ago Ghostbusters II was at the top still with When Harry Met Sally a high new entry.

4th December 2014

At the UK cinema box office this week we have a new top film in the shape of Paddington Bear who gets a cracking start to his cinematic career.

A £5.1 million opening weekend was enough to dislodge last weeks top film, although only just, The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 1 falls into second place with £4.9 million.

With Paddington making the move from TV to the big screen, and is likely to to gross somewhere in the £20 - £30 million region this is bound to be a new franchise in the making.

Also new at 4 this week is a sequel to 2011's Horrible Bosses, aptly named Horrible Bosses 2, a debut weekend of £1.2 million puts it week behind the originals opening.

Historical charts

A year ago
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire managed to hold onto the top of the box office with the highest new film entering at 3 in the shape of Free Birds.

Five years ago
The Twilight Saga: New Moon stayed at the top leaving Paranormal Activity to enter the chart at 2.

Ten years ago
Staying at the top was The Incredibles with the top new film The Forgotten entering the box office at 3.

Fifteen years ago
The World Is Not Enough was the big new film entering at the top of the box office, it ended The Sixth Sense's run at the top.

27th November 2014

As if there was any doubt about what would be at the top of the UK box office charts this week, and without any hassle The Hunger Games: Mockingly Part 1 has a terrific first week of release.

Taking over £12 million on it's debut weekend this is the third in The Hunger Games series, which has grown in strength as each film has been released.

The previous film in the series took almost exactly the same on it's opening weekend, but the first film, which was introducing a new franchise to cinema, took far less at just under £5 million.

Last weeks top film, Interstellar, falls to third place this week with The Imitation Game staying put in second place.

Historical Charts

A year ago
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire took over at the top of the chart knocking Gravity down to second place.

Five years ago
Another franchise, The Twilight Saga had it's second film, The Twilight Saga: New Moon, enter at the top of the box office knocking 2012 down to second place.

Ten years ago
Bridget Jones The Edge of Reason kept it's hold on the top of the box office with the highest new film entering at 3, After The Sunset directed by Brett Ratner and starring Pierce Brosnan.

Fifteen years ago
The Sixth Sense was still enjoying it's run at the top of the box office with Harrison Ford starring in the Sydney Pollack directed film Random Hearts being the highest new film right down at seven.

10th November 2014

Another change on the UK video chart this week with tearjerking drama The Fault in Our Stars taking over at the top of the chart on it's first week of release.

The Fault in Our Stars was released at UK cinemas on 20th June this year taking £3.4 million on it's opening weekend where it entered at the top of the box office.

A six week stay on the box office saw it take a total gross of £11 million most of which happened in the first 3 weeks of release.

Falling from the top position to the runner up on it's second week of release is Mrs. Brown's Boys D'Movie.

The HobbitL The Desolation of Smaug was released in special extended edition last week and in turn re-enters the video chart at three.

Other new film of the video chart this week are: The Snow Queen at seven, Chef at thirteen and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire re-enters at fourteen.

31st March 2014

After just a single week at the top The Hunger Games: Catching Fire falls a single place and Philomena takes over at the top.

Starring Judi Dench and Steve Coogan this quirky British film was released at the box office at the beginning of November last year and spent 7 weeks on the box office.

The film entered at 4 but did climb to 3 for a couple of weeks, it was kept from the top by Thor: The Dark World and Gravity.

Other new Video releases on the chart this week:
Saving Mr Banks
Diana
Free Birds

Movie details
UK total gross
£33,788,744
UK top grossing film

US total gross
£424,668,047

Global total gross
£864,912,963

UK BBFC Certificate: 12

Box Office
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 9

Box Office History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£12,189,733
£12,189,733
1▲▼
£5,525,476
£21,711,143
2
£2,694,862
£26,358,083
3
£1,368,662
£28,824,306
6
£775,379
£30,397,329
7
£819,683
£31,696,628
10
£538,493
£32,995,876
14
£299,048
£33,492,985
14▲▼
£186,603
£33,788,744
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