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  1. San Diego Comic-Con Partnering With Lionsgate for New Online Video Channel

    In what The Hollywood Reporter consistently and frustratingly refers to as a "service aimed at fanboys" (okay), SDCC and Liongate are partnering up to deliver all fans a new vide0-on-demand service online.

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  2. Lionsgate Gathers The Mockingjay Creative Team For New Odyssey Film

    Katniss On a Boat?

    Lionsgate is fast-tracking a film retelling of Homer's The Odyssey, and to do this, they are gathering lots of the team responsible for much of their successful Hunger Games franchise. Francis Lawrence, who directed three of the four Hunger Games films, will direct. Meanwhile, producer Nina Jacobson, who's been with the Hunger Games franchise from the beginning, will be producing, and Peter Craig, who co-scripted Mockingjay, will write the script.

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  3. Lionsgate Definitely Still Planning Hunger Games Attractions for Dubai Amusement Park

    Get your archery skills ready.

    Now, we hear that it's not a theme park that's being planned at all, but a "Lionsgate Zone" that would contain attractions based on The Hunger Games franchise as well as other Lionsgate properties (like a live show based on the Step Up films) at an already-planned amusement park in Dubai called Motiongate Dubai (a property of Dubai Parks and Resorts), which is set to open in October 2016.

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  4. Surprise! Director of Power/Rangers Doesn’t Give a Crap About Power Rangers

    Megazord haha more like megaDUH.

    We promise, we'll stop writing about this thirteen-minute long, overly gritty "fan film" when it stops being so endlessly fascinating to us.

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  5. The Real Green Power Ranger Doesn’t Approve of That Gritty Fan Film

    Do you think he'd say he was... repulsa'd by it?

    The people behind the Power/Rangers fan film are probably a lot more concerned with the opinions of Saban's lawyers right now, but those who didn't like the movie just got some much better company: original Green Ranger Jason David Frank isn't having any of it.

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  6. Director of Power Rangers Gritty Reboot Fan Film Being ‘Harassed’ by Saban, Copyright Claim Made to Vimeo

    It's legislatin' time!

    Yesterday the Internet was delighted and/or horrified by the release of Power/Rangers, a fan film from director Joseph Kahn featuring James Van Der Beek, Power Rangers, and Katee Sackhoff. But apparently Haim Saban, owner of the rights to the franchise and joint-producer of the upcoming Lionsgate Power Rangers film, was less than enthused by all of that free advertising.

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  7. Things We Saw Today: We’ve Got Your Gamer Certification RIGHT HERE

    Officially notarized by the sovereign state of dgaf.

    We fully recommend that you show this... card to anyone who questions your gamer cred. And for the same low price of free, it even works for nerd and geek cred, too! What a bargain!

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  8. Lionsgate Wants To Do More Movies Based On The Hunger Games

    Fantastic Muttations And Where To Find Them

    Ahhh, Lionsgate. You are just desperate for a franchise on the level of what Warner Brothers has with Harry Potter, aren't you? First you get the rights to a young adult series, then you start talking two-part finales and theme parks and exhibitions, and now you want more? Peeta is not impressed.

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  9. Are Hunger Games Fans That Patient? Mockingjay Part 1 Domestic Box Office Falls Short of Series Records

    The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 did very well at the box office this weekend but not as well as Lionsgate probably hoped domestically.

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  10. But Why, Though? There’s Going To Be a Live Stage Show Of The Hunger Games

    Hooray?

    I don't know about you guys, but when I watched Catching Fire, I wasn't so much interested in vicariously living through Katniss Everdeen's rebellion against an oppressive government regime as I was in being one of those passive Capitol audience members who thought her dress was real pretty. That's totally why you watch The Hunger Games, right? To feel like the people in the audience?

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  11. Huh: Game of Thrones‘ Pedro Pascal May Play Pontius Pilate In Ben Hur Reboot

    I will be your chariot!

    Hmmmmm.

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  12. The Mary Sue Exclusive Clip: Houdini’s Heroine

    Houdini is available via Digital HD now and on on Blu-ray and DVD October 7 but here's a special behind-the-scenes clip you won't see there. It features star Kristen Connolly (House of Cards) discussing her role as Harry Houdini's (Adrien Brody) wife Beth from the History miniseries telling us some stuff I certainly did not know (your Houdini history knowledge may vary, of course).

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  13. The Twilight Series Is Coming Back… And the Reason Why Is Actually Pretty Cool

    I know. I'm shocked, too.

    When I read that the Twilight movie franchise was being resurrected with a series of five short films, my reaction was akin to a cat trying to get a hairball out of its throat. But then I read the thing that all the shorts will have in common and... readers, I didn't think I'd ever say this, but... Twilight. I am proud of you.

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  14. Today We Learned: Black Widow Almost Got a Movie Before Iron Man

    We only act like we know everything.

    As you all know (because it's kind of a sticking point for us), Marvel has yet to make a movie within their cinematic universe that features a female hero at the helm. But back before they started making waves with Iron Man, there was serious talk of putting out a Black Widow film in 2004—and it involved the screenwriter for the first two X-Men films.

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  15. Update: Lionsgate Still Trying To Make The Hunger Games Theme Park Happen

    It's like "fetch," only with totalitarian government-sanctioned child murder.

    Hey kids, did you watch the last two movies in The Hunger Games series and think, "Gosh, I would just love to pretend I've grown up in constant fear and poverty worrying that my short life will be cut even shorter by the machinations of a brutal, oppressive state for the amusement of the wealthy?" Well, have we got an idea for a theme park you'll just love!

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  16. I Can’t Stop Looking At This Limited-Edition Mockingjay Comic-Con Poster

    Chaos reigns!

    The Hunger Games marketing team just revealed a limited-edition Comic-Con poster for Mockingjay--Part 1 designed by street artist WK Interact, and it's definitely striking. Join the rebellion after the jump.

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  17. Mockingjay: Part 1 Trailer to Debut on 8.4 Inch Screen at SDCC as Part of Bizarre Partnership With Samsung

    Unity. Prosperity. SDCC.

    The Hunger Games won't have a panel at SDCC this year, but fans in attendance can still get a peek at Mockingjay: Part 1. The trailer will be introduced in San Diego by as-yet-unnamed cast members, but it won't be screened in Hall H. Instead, the new look at one of this year's most anticipated releases will be revealed on the 8.4 inch screen of a Galaxy Tab S as part of a collaboration between Samsung and Lionsgate. President Snow would probably be proud.

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  18. Go Go Lionsgate Power Rangers Reboot!

    THIS IS FOR REAL MAKO

    "Aw maaaaan, Hollywood doesn't have any original ideas anymo—" Shut up. Shut up. I'm so excited, and it's only partially because of the combo of lack of sleep and caffeine that I'm rocking right now. This is going to be amazing. Thank you for making all that money, Pacific Rim.

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  19. We’re Getting a Power Rangers Movie Reboot From Lionsgate Whether Anyone Wants That or Not

    Get ready for the inevitable Voltron movie reboot from a competing studio.

    Just when you thought Hollywood would finally run out of ways to pillage your childhood, Lionsgate has announced that they've got a Power Rangers franchise starter in the works. At least Power Rangers has already been doing a pretty decent job of ruining itself with every new TV iteration, so you've got that to soften the blow, right?

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  20. Lionsgate Sues Twilight Parody That Sued Them For Having a Twilight Monopoly

    THIS IS FOR REAL MAKO

    Last spring we told you the riveting tale how Behind the Lines Productions, creator of the Twilight parody Twiharder, decided to sue Lionsgate and Summit on the grounds that they're big meanies who unfairly monopolize the Twilight franchise... a franchise they, y'know, own the rights to. Behind the Lines has some gumption, I'll give them that. Except now that gumption's gotten them countersued by Lionsgate, whose 204 page countercomplaint can be basically summed up as "...You guys aren't serious, right?"

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