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The 'Mad Men' actor has some serious white powder overdose on his face when he poses for photographers in a Los Angeles event.
Walsh has been tapped to play Kantmiss Evershot, a comedic version of Katniss Everdeen in the spoof movie to be titled 'The Starving Games'.
The Canadian rapper expresses his happiness as saying, 'One of the greatest feelings in my entire life. As of tonight I have graduated high school!'
Jeff picks Craig as his partner in a tango competition, and confronts the Dean about his pending graduation.
The network is in talks to acquire rights to the Japanese film, which centers on students forced to fight each other in a government-imposed competition.
While 'Hunger Games' takes home the most kudos, the penultimate chapter of the 'Twilight Saga' series grabs the coveted Ultimate Choice Award, which marks the franchise's 41st TCAs gong.
Lionsgate Films also confirms that the first installment of 'Mockingjay' will be released in the U.S. in November 2014, while its follow-up will hit theaters nationwide a year later.
Producer Nina Jacobson says that Hammer and Hedlund's casting rumor for 'The Hunger Games' sequel is 'so not true', insisting, 'We've not narrowed things down by any means.'
The Gary Ross-directed survival thriller grabs its third trophy, while the final installment of the 'Harry Potter' film series claims its first Golden Popcorn thanks to its strong cast ensemble.
'Avengers' and 'Hunger Games' will compete against 'The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn I', 'Wrath of the Titans' and 'Mirror Mirror' in the coveted Sci-Fi/Fantasy movie category.
Lionsgate announced that the teen tentpole has been approved for nationwide release in China, the third biggest movie market.
Collecting 8 nods each, 'Hunger Games' and 'Bridesmaids' are set to compete in the Movie of the Year category along with 'Deathly Hallow II', 'Breaking Dawn I' and 'The Help'.