Oh my "Hunger Games," it's time for the world to meet your Peeta and Gale.
Hollywood Crush has all the latest on the Entertainment Weekly "Hunger Games"-themed cover. With their newly dyed hair and an intimidating gleam in their eyes, Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson certainly look their respective parts. "On first glance [Hemsworth's] such a hunk that it’s easy to just sort of ascribe a hunk-like simplicity to him," director Gary Ross said. "But this is a phenomenally subtle actor."
Check out the rest of today's film news after the jump!
"The Muppets" Poster Arrives
As a companion to the "Muppets" poster released earlier this month, a brand new one-sheet has hit the web introducing the puppets to their human counterparts. Fandango has the exclusive first look, which features Jason Segel, Amy Adams and Muppet newcomer Walter trying to hold back the Muppet invasion. Will it be enough to hold back your enthusiasm for this flick, though?
"The Ides Of March" Wins Us Over
Okay, we're a bit biased here, because we are totally enamored with this first "The Ides of March" poster that Entertainment Weekly brought to us. Sure, we get that there are a lot of subtextual hints about the upcoming political drama, but we're more excited about the perfect photoshop work at hand in the poster. That, and just how great the combination of Ryan Gosling and George Clooney's faces is.
Ron Howard Says No To "The Lost Symbol"
Sorry, fans hoping that Ron Howard would complete Dan Brown's Robert Langdon trilogy. Deadline has learned that Howard has decided to opt out of directing the flick, but he will be producing it. No word yet on who will helm the movie now that Howard has turned it down, but we're sure Sony Pictures will soon announce a new director.
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