Google users can also opt to join the dark or light side and all the search engine's "apps will follow your path". The serialized Google Cardboard VR experience connects to the opening of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens". The highly-anticipated film has officially been given a rating designation of PG-13 from the MPAA, which really isn't a big deal, considering how many of this year's top-performing films also carry the rating.
And commentators were quick to chime in about Stella's appearance, with many discussing her "new look". Stella McCartney has faced criticism after a photo was uploaded to Instagram with users questioning whether she has had cosmetic surgery.
November the 30th on ABC . There will be a special celebrating its anniversary on Monday, and it has given some thoughts about the Peanuts legacy after the release of The Peanuts Movie . Schulz wanted the special to explore the true meaning of Christmas and included a Biblical passage read by Linus over the objections of producers who did not want any over religious references in " A Charlie Brown Christmas ".
Get the how-to on the look with our video tutorial - click to watch! As soon as Shields saw the photo making its rounds online, she realized just how much she and Lawrence have changed since the original movie was released in 2012. The Hunger Games franchise has been pretty thorough in its examination of the human psyche when placed under intense, overwhelming survival situations, and he would need to find a new way to tell such a story.
President Snow (Donald Sutherland) of the Capitol runs the Games as a reminder of a past rebellion that lead to all-out war. The three of them are members of a team sent by President Coin to storm the Capitol and kill President Snow. Despite the lack of any more source material, the studio is reportedly trying hard to continue the franchise and keep raking in all that box office money.
This photo provided by Lionsgate shows, Liam Hemsworth, left, as Gale Hawthorne, Sam Clafin, back left, as Finnick Odair, Evan Ross, back right, as Messalia, and Jennifer Lawrence, right, as Katniss Everdeen , in the film, "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 ".