It's hard to read "The Hunger Games" and not be tantalized by the delicious descriptions of Capitol cuisine, so it's not a surprise that our iReporters wanted to dish about favorite foods with the cast.
"If you were really competing in 'The Hunger Games,' which food would you most want your sponsor to send you?" inquires iReporter Andy Clinton.
Star Liam Hemsworth, who portrays Katniss Everdeen's (Jennifer Lawrence) friend/love interest Gale in the movie, wouldn't go with the more practical beef jerky option that co-star Amandla Stenberg (Rue) would ask for.
"I have an addiction to original glazed Krispy Kremes, so if I could get a box of those sent in there, I'd be happy," Hemsworth says. (What, no anatomically correct birthday cake, Hemsworth?)
"The Hunger Games" bows in theaters Friday. Thanks to all our iReporters for submitting questions, and to the cast for responding!
We haven't even seen "American Reunion" yet - its not due in theaters until April 6 - but the franchise's star Jason Biggs says there's already a title in mind should a fifth "American Pie" movie ever happen.
"'American Pive,'" Biggs tells CNN, adding that it should happen "just for the title alone! Kinda catchy, right?"
Biggs explains that writer/director Jon Hurwitz came up with it, and adds that a fifth film could be considered if the fourth, "American Reunion," performs well.
Tia, you’re fired!
And so it went on Sunday night, when actress and singer Tia Carrere became Donald Trump’s latest victim on “The Celebrity Apprentice.”
The Grammy winner was given the ax after she took responsibility for the women’s latest team loss.
“Pretty Little Liars” fans have patiently (OK, and sometimes impatiently) waited for answers since the addictive show's premiere in June 2010.
And tonight, as the teen drama’s second season comes to a close, viewers will finally find resolve: A’s identity will be revealed.
We’re not sure if the hoodie-wearing menace who's been tormenting the girls is also Alison’s murderer, but after 46 episodes of cryptic text messages and puzzling clues, closing just one case ought to be enough to tide us over until next season.
We'll give you a hint: It wasn't his sweetheart Stacy Keibler.
Nope - When George Clooney found himself detained Friday after being arrested outside of the Sudanese Embassy in Washington, he says he did what many of us would do in that situation: He used his one phone call to ring his mom.
Why George Clooney got himself arrested
"Nothing ever changes," he joked with a TMZ reporter.
Sunday night's "The Walking Dead" delivered everything we could expect from a season finale.
The opening scene, I'll admit, was a little odd. It seemed like there could be more significance than appeared at first glance to the horde of walkers descending on Hershel's farm, because they included some of the walkers that Rick encountered in Atlanta. As interesting as it was, I don't know if it was entirely relevant.
The good news is that we got right to where we left off at the end of the last episode, as soon as the opening titles were over. Daryl and Glenn announced to Lori, Andrea and the rest waiting in Hershel's barn that they found Randall but that he had become a walker, despite the lack of bite marks.
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