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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. Catching Fire Propels Lionsgate To Its Second Billion-Dollar Year

    May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor

    Tell me again that a female superhero movie is too financially risky a proposition. I dare you.

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  7. BriTANick, AKA the “Eagles Are Turning Peoples into Horses” Guys, Are Getting a Movie Deal

    Hooray!

    Good news for people who love surreal comedy! Brian McElhaney and Nick Kocher of BriTANick fame have been optioned by Lionsgate to direct, produce and star in their own movie, according to a Variety exclusive. We can only hope that it ends up being as weird as their Youtube videos.

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  8. Lionsgate in Talks to Make Hillary Clinton Biopic

    Cautiously Optimistic

    First it appeared on the Black List, then it attracted a director, then casting rumors, and now, most importantly, a production studio. Lionsgate is in "early talks," according to The Hollywood Reporter, to pick up Rodham, a bio pic about a young Hillary Clinton in her days as a lawyer on the House Judiciary Committee to Impeach President Richard Nixon.

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  9. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’s Huge Box Office Returns Put It Ahead Of Batman

    May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor

    Not only did Lionsgate's The Hunger Games: Catching Fire place itself ahead of a Batman film on box office listings, who turned out for the film may surprise you.

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  10. Lionsgate in Talks for Hunger Games Theme Park, the Hungriest Place on Earth

    Real Or Not Real?

    Wasn't I just talking about misguided attempts at marketing The Hunger Games? I suppose this was inevitable when we made an action blockbuster franchise out of a dystopian future setting where the enemy isn't robots or aliens or disease or a natural disaster or dragons... it's just other people.

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