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    Gary Ross Will Also Write 'East Of Eden' For Jennifer Lawrence, 'The Equalizer' Sequel Starts Moving & More

    Though she’s looking to take a short break, Jennifer Lawrence still has her planned reunion with “The Hunger Games” helmer Gary Ross to look forward to. Per THR, Ross has officially signed on to pen the screenplay to the epic two-part adaptation of John Steinbeck’s “East of Eden” in addition to sitt...

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    Jennifer Lawrence & Gary Ross Reteam For 2-Part 'East Of Eden' & 'Burial Rites'

    While Gary Ross famously declined directing the "The Hunger Games" sequel, setting off a speculation frenzy until Francis Lawrence landed the gig helming the rest of the franchise, no one can doubt that the filmmaker and Jennifer Lawrence got on like gangbusters. So well in fact, that the pair are c...

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    Peter Pan Prequel Will Be Next Directorial Effort From 'Hunger Games' Helmer Gary Ross

    Now that the dust has settled around “The Hunger Games” helmer Gary Ross’ exit following the first entry in the multi-million dollar film adaptation of Suzanne Collins’ popular book series, it looks as if he’s finally decided to start picking that next project he can us...

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    Gary Ross To Direct Disney Peter Pan Prequel 'Peter And The Starcatchers'

    After exiting "The Hunger Games" franchise earlier this year, director Gary Ross has been kicking the tires on a few movies. He signed on for "Houdini" over at Summit, and while he was rumored to be eyeing "Tarzan" at Warner Bros., reps for the director told us that sim...

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    David Yates & Susanna White Circling 'Tarzan' At Warner Bros.

    Update: Reps for Gary Ross inform us that he is not pursuing the Tarzan project at Warner Bros.

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    'The Hunger Games' Director Gary Ross Conjures Up 'Houdini'

    With "The Hunger Games" director Gary Ross having officially moved on from the blockbuster franchise, with a desire to do something different, he has now signed up to tackle a famous historical figure and an adventure movie all at once.

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    Who Should Direct 'Catching Fire'? 5 Directors We Think Could Do The Job

    So, writer-director Gary Ross, having helped make "The Hunger Games" into a gigantic hit, has decided to move on to new pastures. As we reported last week, Ross will be focusing on a new project, and after a few days, Lionsgate officially confirmed he will not be helming "Catching Fire," with both t...

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    Toldyou: Gary Ross Is Not Directing 'The Hunger Games' Sequel 'Catching Fire'

    Well, we told you. All the hedging from PR reps and Lionsgate could not delay the inevitable. Gary Ross is leaving the “Hunger Games” franchise like we said he would. No, it’s not he’s leaving “after all” and no, it wasn’t premature. Well, it was if you were some of the media on the outside that was...

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    Exclusive: Gary Ross Leaves 'The Hunger Games' Franchise, Won't Direct 'Catching Fire' Sequel

    While this morning it was reported that Lionsgate and Fox worked out their scheduling issues to allow Jennifer Lawrence to shoot "Catching Fire" and the "X-Men: First Class" sequel essentially back-to-back, it looks like before cameras can start rolling on "The Hunger Games" sequel this fall, the st...

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    As Helmer Gary Ross Plays Hardball With Salary, Could 'Hunger Games' Sequel 'Catching Fire' End Up With A New Director?

    "The Hunger Games" is that rarest of things in the movie industry: an unqualified smash hit. In a world where tentpoles cost upwards of $200 million, Lionsgate's adaptation of Suzanne Collins' popular young-adult novel cost far less, but is doing the same kind of numbers: after the...

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