In case you - (and by "you," I mean fans of the franchise because at this point, who isn't one) - may have forgotten, the Mockingjay movement began when Katniss Everdeen volunteered to take her sister's place in the 74th Hunger Games competition. And, as we all know, their lives, and the world around them, have changed quite a bit since then.
"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2," the fourth and final installment of the franchise, hits theaters Nov. 20.
Just in case you were unaware, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (formerly known as Kate Middleton), and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, welcomed a baby girl in the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital in London on Saturday, May 2.
It looks like hackers have ruined the fun...again.
After the teaser was leaked late yesterday, Zack Snyder released the official version of the trailer today on Twitter, along with the following caption: "Cell Phone v IMAX. IMAX Event BvS fans will still be first &
only to see special IMAX BvS teaser #AFewExtraShotsPlusALittleSwag
From the trailer, it looks like Batman and Superman have a few things to get off of their chests, as well as the rest of people voicing their opinions about them.
"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" hits theaters March 25, 2016.
Is this not the greatest thing you've ever seen? YouTube user oskararnarson is the genius behind the video, combining the recently released "Star Wars" teaser with clips from Matthew McConaughey's "Interstellar" (2014). I think we can all say that we agree with his reaction.
To see the new "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" teaser trailer on its own (minus McConaughey's ridiculous crying scenes), click HERE.
The 87th Annual Academy Awards just wrapped at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, with a slew of winners taking home top prizes, including Julianne Moore for best actress in "Still Alice," Eddie Redmayne for best actor in "The Theory of Everything," Patricia Arquette for best supporting actress in "Boyhood" and J.K. Simmons for best supporting actor in "Whiplash." Alejandro G. Iñárritu also took home awards for best original screenplay, best director and best picture for "Birdman" (the film also won for best cinematography).
The photo, captioned "Happy Valentine's Day" on Instagram, is a rare social media post by Beyoncé. The superstar usually refrains from posting close-up photos of Blue Ivy (whom she had with fellow superstar husband Jay Z in 2012), so we should all take a moment and cherish this one for a while. This may be the last intimate shot we get of the two for a long time.
In a plug to encourage Americans to sign up for health care on HealthCare.gov by Feb. 15, President Obama teamed up with BuzzFeed for a video showing that everybody does things that may not necessarily be talked about, like check themselves out in a mirror, take selfies or act like they're making the winning shot in a basketball game.
Whether you intend to sign up for health care coverage on the website or not, it's still interesting to see the president do things like try to dunk a cookie into a glass of milk and blame himself for it.
Check out BuzzFeed's full article on the project on the company's website.
Did you see that epicness? Did you see it?! Comedic gestures aside, Kristen was amazing! And, of course, Maddie was a showstopper with her now viral dance moves and Sia's vocals were great (though you really couldn't see much of her, as usual).
Did you miss any of the other Grammy performances? How about Rihanna, Paul McCartney and Kanye West's, Hozier and Annie Lennox's, or Beyonce's rendition of "Take My Hand, Precious Lord" before introducing John Legend and Common's performance of "Glory" (is it safe to say that they'll be taking home the Oscar this year)? If so, head over to Mashable for an individual look at each of last night's many performances.
For a full list of last night's award winners, click HERE.
Correction: A previous version of this article referred to the song Beyoncé performed as "Precious Lord, Take My Hand." The song is often referred to in both ways, but is listed as "Take My Hand, Precious Lord" on the "Selma" soundtrack, of which this version of the song is derived from. I apologize for the error.
...And that's a wrap! The 57th annual Grammy Awards, held at the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles on Feb. 8, just commenced in glorious fashion. Sam Smith, Beyoncé, Pharrell Williams and Beck were some of the night's biggest winners, with Sam Smith taking home four awards (including Record and Song of the Year) and Beyoncé, Pharrell and Beck taking home three awards each.
Rihanna recently took to the waters for a photo shoot for the March 2015 issue of "Harper's Bazaar." For the shoot, the Barbadian beauty swam with a few sharks and somehow still managed to look graceful while doing it.
The below is one of the photos she released from the shoot via Twitter:
And for those of you anxious to see the first live performance on the song, it was announced today that the trio will perform "FourFiveSeconds" at the 2015 Grammys. Catch the show live on Sunday, Feb. 8, at 8/7c on CBS.
Amazing, no? And, of course, Sia performed with the help of "Dance Moms"-turned-music-video-star Maddie Ziegler, along with a few other young singers in matching blonde wigs and white cutout boxes.
Sia also announced on "Ellen" that she will be performing at the upcoming Grammy Awards, of which she is nominated in four categories (see the full list of nominees here). The Grammys air on Sunday, Feb. 8, at 8/7c on CBS.
Update #3: The song is also now available on Google Play and Amazon MP3.
Update #2: RihannaNow.com appears to be up and running. Enjoy the new song!
Update #1: According to Rihanna Daily, the song is now available for purchase on iTunes.
STOP WHAT YOU'RE DOING, EVERYONE! NEW RIHANNA MUSIC IS HERE!
Minutes ago, Rihanna shared the above photo on herself, Kanye West and Paul McCartney on her Instagram account. According to Rihanna Daily, the artists have collaborated on a new song called "FourFiveSeconds." The blog directs readers to RihannaNow.com to hear the song, but there must be some type of overload or crash, because the site is currently unavailable.
As soon as a working link is provided, this site will be updated!
Nominations for the 87th Academy Awards were announced in two parts this morning, with directors Alfonso Cuarón and JJ Abrams announcing the technical categories first and actor Chris Pine and Academy president Cheryl Boone announcing the rest of the categories afterwards.
Two favorites coming into the awards season this year, "Birdman" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel," racked up nine nominations each, while other favorites, like "Gone Girl" and "Selma," were less acknowledged, receiving one and two nominations, respectively.