The Creative Stroke, a makeup tutorial channel that’s just starting out, has put together an Effie Trinket tutorial based off a look from the film. There are many Effie tutorials out there, but I was highly impressed with this one! Check out their Youtube channel and the video below!read more
The video for “Always Alright” by Alabama Shakes not only has great music, but lots of clips from the upcoming movie, Silver Linings Playbook, starring Jennifer Lawrence. Check it out below!
I got a chance to watch the movie last night, and this music video only gives a taste of how amazing this film is. Check it out when it hits theaters on November 21, and support Jennifer outside of The Hunger Games!
Thanks to @Castle1026 for the tip!
In MTV’s latest After Hours video Josh Horowitz plays host on Geeks and Posers. Among the questions asked was for the stars to name all three of The Hunger Games books, and only one person gets the answer correct. Find out who (and see what other fun questions were asked) in the video below.read more
Bad Lip Reading, a YouTube channel known for adding their own words to bits of pop culture, took on Twilight not too long ago. That was so successful, that they decided to take on The Hunger Games next! Listen to the ridiculousness that is Bad Lip Reading and let us know your favorite lines in the comments below!read more
In case you need a refresher of all the Hunger Games news from this past week, be sure to watch our recap show, Rundown With The Capitol! The video is embedded below, so feel free to watch, share with friends, and don’t forget to subscribe to our channel so that you don’t miss an episode!
If we had found out about the news sooner, the story of Taylor Kitsch NOT being in the running for Finnick nor any other role in Catching Fire would be in this episode. But there’s still a lot of great news to recap in this rundown, so be sure to watch, share with friends, and subscribe!read more
As much as we would like to, not all of us can spend our whole day reading up on the latest Hunger Games news. In an effort to keep you updated in fun and engaging ways, Down With The Capitol will be introducing a new weekly video series! Titled Rundown With The Capitol, this program aims to give you a brief “rundown” of all the hottest headlines from the past week.
Episodes will be released every Friday of the week, and will feature different hosts from the Down With The Capitol staff to keep you updated on the news you love. The first video is embedded after the jump, and be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to get the latest episodes sent straight to your feed! You can subscribe by clicking here.read more
We all remember when Josh Hutcherson was Punk’d not too long ago (and if you’ve forgotten, check it out here!) Now it appears to be Liam’s turn. Girlfriend Miley Cyrus decided to play a prank on Liam by– well, let’s let the preview speak for itself!
What do you think of Miley’s prank on Liam? Will you be tuning in to watch the whole thing unfold? The episode airs Thursday, May 17th at 10pm EST on MTV, so check it out and leave your opinions in the comments!
Liam Hemsworth’s brother Chris (Thor) and other members of the The Avengers cast recently spoke with Teen.com about which of their characters would survive being in The Hunger Games.
We know we have a lot of readers who are also fans of The Avengers, so we’d love to hear from you. Who do you think would win in an all Avengers Hunger Games? Do you think Katniss has any shot of beating them if she were thrown in the mix too? Let us know in the comments.read more
Josh arrived at the CinemaCon Awards last night to accept the award for Breakthrough Performer of the Year. The awards were held at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas.
At the awards, Josh had time to talk about his thoughts on Francis Lawrence directing Catching Fire, the Catching Fire scene he cannot wait to shoot (SPOILERS!), how he’s adjusting to stardom, his previous works, and what he looks for in a girlfriend!
What do you think of his responses? We’re all very happy to see Josh’s hard work being recognized and know it’s the first award of many.