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‘Hunger Games’ trounces ‘Penguins,’ ‘Horrible Bosses’

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The latest “Hunger Games” movie beat back competitors to survive the Thanksgiving weekend in the top spot of the North American box office, according to industry estimates Sunday.

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‘Hunger’ becomes war–and all bets are off

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LIAM Hemsworth and Jennifer Lawrence

After the harrowing events of last year’s “Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” the latest sequel “Mockingjay–Part 1” depicts the serious escalation of hostilities between the rebel forces of Panem and the fascist government led by President Snow (Donald Sutherland).

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‘Mockingjay’ sells the sizzle, not the steak

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LAWRENCE AND HUTCHERSON. Will Peeta and Katniss’ “manufactured” romance survive?

The penultimate installment of “The Hunger Games” saga goes deeper into politics and dark propaganda—but, while that gives the franchise’s avid followers more thematic “meat” to chew on, it also leaves them feeling short-changed about “Mockingjay, Part 1’s” utter lack of edge-of-your-seat action sequences—which were its predecessors’ strongest suit!

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Julianne Moore on Jennifer Lawrence, Kristen Stewart

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MOORE. Generating Oscar buzz for her portrayal of a woman with Alzheimer’s disease. 
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“It’s interesting because somebody just brought that up the other day,” Julianne Moore replied when I recently asked her in London about her experience working with the two most popular young actresses today in Hollywood—Jennifer Lawrence and Kristen Stewart. “This person said, ‘My gosh, you’ve worked with two of two young female leads in enormous worldwide franchises.’ What’s been interesting to me is that they’re both beautiful and talented. They’ve worn the mantle of their success very well.”

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Jennifer Lawrence: Privacy loss takes heavy toll

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Jennifer Lawrence says she knew being a movie star would bring with it a certain loss of privacy. What she didn’t know, she says, was the deep emotional and even physical toll it would take.

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