As the leaves begin to change and the temperatures begin to cool, it's important to remember that autumn is good for more than just pumpkin-flavored everything. It's also the time of year to give thanks, and boy, are we thankful that the universe gifts us with a new Hunger Games film on Nov. 21.
In Mockingjay: Part 1, the third film based on Suzanne Collins' popular Hunger Games trilogy, Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) has...
The face of rebellion is back.
Lionsgate has released the first trailer for the next film in the Hunger Games series and it's up to Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) to save a nation. In the final book, which will be split into two movies, Katniss has escaped the Third Quarter Quell and has become the reluctant hero and symbol of hope for Panem.
"She won't be able to handle it, the games destroyed her," President Coin, played by Julianne Moore says in the trailer.
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Paulo Costanzo, Brooke D'Orsay
The odds are ever in Katniss' favor in The Hunger Games trilogy, but unfortunately, the same cannot be said for Evan (Paulo Costanzo) and Paige (Brooke D'Orsay) on Royal Pains.
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Game of Pugs
This week, we learned that the Game of Thrones opening credit sequence is much better when redone with pugs. After passing on the sci-fi pilot Delirium last year, Fox opted to make the episode available on Hulu. Also, actress Eliza Coupewondered whether she should fake her own death and Triumph the Insult Comic Dog stopped by a few bars to observe fans watching the World Cup. And breakout singer Sam Smith debuted a gorgeous cover of Whitney Houston's "How Will I Know." Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best onlinevideos:
Was a last-minute song change to blame for Jessica Meuse's elimination from American Idollast week?
Meuse needed to come out swinging on Idol's Top 4 week, and unfortunately her renditions ofPink's "So What" and Kelly Clarkson's "Since U Been Gone" were not up to par. But, according to Meuse, an 11th hour switch-up ahead of the episode didn't give her a lot to work with.
"I was going to do 'The Hell You Put Me Through,' an original song," Meuse tells TVGuide.com. "But then last minute, they ended up scrapping up all the originals and I had to learn another song. So, two out of three songs I learned from nothing. 'So What' was the replacement, and it was a quick fix, and I absolutely had to do it then and there."
Divergent dominated the box office this weekend, earning a whopping $56 million in its debut, Box Office Mojo reports. Though the young adult dystopian adaptation fell short of Twilight's and The Hunger Games' debuts, its opening is the second-highest in 2014 so far, behind 300: Rise of an Empire, which fell to fourth place with $8.7 million in its third week.
p>The 100 takes place nearly a century after a nuclear war destroyed the Earth, leaving the last remaining humans struggling to survive on a haggard alliance of space stations dubbed The Ark. With the air supply waning, the government decides to send 100 juvenile delinquents and political criminals down to Earth to test its inhabitability.
Leven Rambin, who played Glimmer in The Hunger Games, has joined The Tomorrow People in a dangerous new role, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Travis Fimmel and Clive Standen
Vikings' first season saw Ragnar (Travis Fimmel) claw his way up from farmer to Earl, but the History Channel series was only getting started. "I'm amazed by Season 2. So much happens and it moves at such a pace. It's like blink and you'll miss it," Clive Standen, who plays Ragnar's brother Rollo, tells TVGuide.com.
When Vikings returns Thursday (10/9c), Ragnar will find everything he's worked for threatened by his brother's betrayal, new enemies in England and even his own ego. Standen and Katheryn Winnick, who plays Lagertha, break down exactly what viewers can expect from Vikings' anticipated second season.
In the Sherlock Holmes canon, his archnemesis, Moriarty, has always served as a potent stimulant: an intellectual equal who can challenge the master detective's powers of deductive reasoning with his own acts of evil genius. But with the revelation at the end of Elementary's first season last May that Moriarty and Irene Adler (Natalie Dormer) — Sherlock's long-lost lover — were one and the same person, Jonny Lee Miller's Holmes experienced a whole new kind of stimulation.