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    Blockbusters with Young Action Heroines Mean Pink Weapons for Girls

    The New York Times credits the success of films like "The Hunger Games," "Brave," and "Divergent" for increasing the popularity of toy guns and archery kits in every shade of pink and purple.

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    REVIEW: Does 'Divergent' Have Legs?

    Anti-fascist (sort of) and pro-girl (definitely), “Divergent’ – the first in the trilogy-to-be based on the Veronica Roth novels -- is meant to position Shailene Woodley as the next in the Jennifer Lawrence/Emma Watson/Lily Collins line of YA-inspired warrior princesses. But Woodley plays another ki...

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    Petition Launched to Include Katniss Among MTV Awards' Heroes

    "Best Hero" is the only non-acting category without a single female nominee.

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    Was Jennifer Lawrence Too Young to Play Rosalyn in 'American Hustle'?

    Age is just a number. But what if that number is 23 and you're Jennifer Lawrence, whose Golden Globe winning role in "American Hustle" some critics have said is too mature for her age?

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    'Marked Ones' Leads Friday Openers, 2013 Films Thrive in New Year

    Typical for early January, a new horror film marked the first new wide release of the year. And like the last two years, it started out in first place. But it weekend matinees look poised to return Disney's "Frozen" to the #1 spot in its 7th weekend (the last film to do that was "Avatar").

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    Breaking Down How 'Catching Fire' Became A Record-Breaking Blockbuster

    It wasn't easy to turn Suzanne Collins' first book in her "Hunger Games" trilogy into a global blockbuster, nor was it easy to navigate through the departure of director Gary Ross to find his replacement, Francis Lawrence, amid a change of management at the studio, Lionsgate. But producer Nina Jacob...

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    VIDEO&PHOTO: Hunger Games: Catching Fire London & Rome Premiere!

    Catch Exclusive Photos from Hunger Games Catching Fire London and Rome Red Carpets!

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    Catching Fire Does Super Hero Numbers and Becomes Highest Opening Weekend Starring a Female Lead

    It's been a big fall for movies starring women at the box office. Catching Fire starring Jennifer Lawrence has seized the mantle and with an opening weekend gross of $161 million and has broken all November box office records.

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    Weekend Top Ten: 'Catching Fire' and 'Frozen' Take Off

    One expected blockbuster, "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," easily matched expectations with a record gross for the season of $161 million, while the next tentpole up, Disney's animated "Frozen," took in nearly $270,000 on a single Los Angeles screen in advance of its national rollout next pre-holi...

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    WATCH: Josh Hutcherson Catches Fire on SNL, Five Highlights

    'Hunger Games' star Josh Hutcherson's easy appeal played well as an SNL host.

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