The Hollywood Reporter has released its THR 100 list of Most Powerful People in Entertainment. The Hunger Games alum Jennifer Lawrence and Lionsgate’s CEO Jon Feltheimer are on the list. #23 Jennifer Lawrence At only 25, she’s the highest-earning, most-sought-after actress in Hollywood, with four Oscar nominations and one win, for Silver Linings Playbook. Her essay in Lena Dunham’s newsletter in October put a megaphone to the gender pay … Continue reading Jennifer Lawrence and Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer on THR 100 list
The nominations for the 2014 Emmy Awards have been announced on Thursday morning. The Hunger Games actor Woody Harrelson is nominated for his role on HBO’s True Detective. Check out the full category below: Bryan Cranston, “Breaking Bad” Woody Harrelson, “True Detective” Matthew McConaughey, “True Detective” Kevin Spacey, “House of Cards” Jon Hamm, “Mad Men” Jeff Daniels, “The Newsroom” The show’s also nominated under Outstanding Drama Series. The Hunger … Continue reading 2014 Emmy Awards: Woody Harrelson nominated for 'True Detective'
In a report at Variety, an analyst predicts that worldwide box-office Catching Fire will hit about $900 million. The sequel to the super-hit The Hunger Games has already boosted Lionsgate’s stocks to record highs. “While the second ‘Hunger Games’ film is an obvious catalyst, we see a number of other interesting initiatives across the company that will drive value,” analyst James Marsh wrote. “The film release … Continue reading 'Catching Fire' boosts Lionsgate stocks; worldwide gross forecast at $900 million