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Here is the first song from the soundtrack for the epic new movie The Hunger Games!
The song is called Safe & Sound by Taylor Swift ft. The Civil Wars.
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Two months ago, Entertainment Weekly revealed the first images of Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen, the teenage hero of The Hunger Games, based on Suzanne Collins’ blistering dystopian trilogy about children forced to fight to the death on national TV (and due out next March). In this week’s cover story, they introduce you to the devoted young men who fight for her.
They sat down wth Josh Hutcherson, the 18-year-old actor whom director Gary Ross fought hard to cast as the deeply decent Peeta Mellark, at a cozy diner in Asheville, N.C., where The Hunger Games shoot was mid-way through filming. His hair was dyed blonde; his newly pumped-up biceps could believably belong to that of a baker’s son. And while Hutcherson understands fans’ han…Read more >
Jennifer Lawrence's "Hunger Games" reinvention is complete!
The stunning blonde Oscar nominee already unveiled her new brunette do and posed in character as Katniss Everdeen on a recent Entertainment Weekly magazine cover -- but she looked utterly unrecognizable in first pics from the Hildebran, North Carolina set of the film.
Lawrence looked almost dowdy -- her curves covered up -- in a simple blue dress and sneakers and seemingly little makeup.
She knew what she was getting into, though, taking on the role from the blockbuster series. "I knew that as soon as I said yes, my life would change," she told Entertainment Weekly.
"And I walked around an entire day thinking 'It's not too late, I could still go back and do indies, I haven't said yes …Read more >
Just one day after Jennifer Lawrence set the Interwebs abuzz with the debut of her "Hunger Games" look on the cover of Entertainment Weekly, she let her newly chocolate-colored locks flow free as she stepped out in New York for a taping of the "Late Show" with David Letterman.
The 20-year-old actress, who earned some grumbles when she won the coveted role of Katniss Everdeen in March, seems determined to show that she can do brunette just as successfully as she does blonde.
What do you think? Are Jennifer's newly darkened tresses a proper tribute to Suzanne Collins' heroine? Or is she better as a blonde?Read more >