"The Hunger Games" director Gary Ross is reportedly attached to helm the new take on the blockbuster heist comedy.
Director Gary Ross hopes to follow the blockbuster Hunger Games with an adaptation of Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson's children's novel Peter and the Starcatchers for Disney.
The Hunger Games director Gary Ross is in talks to helm Disney's Peter Pan prequel Peter and the Starcatchers.
Lionsgate reportedly has met with directors Francis Lawrence and Bennett Miller, contenders to fill Gary Ross' shoes on the Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire.
Director Gary Ross officially announced he won't helm The Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire, explaining there isn't enough time for him to write and prepare before the August/September start date.
Director Gary Ross, who was rumored to be out of the running for Hunger Games: Catching Fire, reportedly has a meeting today with Lionsgate to try to reach a deal for the sequel.
The Hunger Games director Gary Ross reportedly has given notice to Lionsgate that he won't be returning for the sequel of the blockbuster, which has grossed nearly $378 million since its March 23 premiere.
Lionsgate and director Gary Ross have yet to ink a deal for him helm the sequel to the blockbuster Hunger Games, Catching Fire.
Lionsgate's adaptation of The Hunger Games continues its box-office domination by grossing another $10.8 million on Monday.
Lionsgate's adaptation of Suzanne Collins' bestselling novel The Hunger Games pulled in between $20 million and $30 million from midnight screenings, setting the film on a course for a $120 million to $125 million opening weekend.
Aided by a pitch-perfect performance by Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen, director Gary Ross delivers a thought-provoking sci-fi action movie with The Hunger Games that's sure to please most devotees of the bestselling novel while engaging a new, and even broader, audience.
Lionsgate has premiered the Super Bowl trailer for The Hunger Games, director Gary Ross adaptation of the bestselling novel by Suzanne Collins. The film, which stars Oscar nominee Jennifer Lawrence, opens March 23.
Fans of Suzanne Collins' bestselling series of young-adult science fiction novels got a 40-second first look at at the Gary Ross-directed film adaptation last night during MTV's Video Music Awards.