Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 has earned $333.18 million, surpassing Guardians of the Galaxy as the top-grossing 2014 movie.
The Hunger Games: The Exhibition will include interactive displays of authentic costumes, props and other elements of this sci-fi world, arriving 2015.
The sequel pulls in $70.5 million for an estimated weekend take of over $143 million. The Hunger Games only earned $67.3 million its opening day.
This blockbuster adaptation of Suzanne Collins' novel was made available on Blu-ray and DVD August 18.
Take an early look at some of the extras included on this highly-anticipated home video set, arriving August 18.
This Lionsgate blockbuster will make its Blu-ray and DVD debut on August 18!
Director Gary Ross' adaptation has already earned a massive $620 million worldwide.
Production is slated to begin this fall on the highly-anticipated second chapter in The Hunger Games saga starring Jennifer Lawrence.
The Hunger Games and Bridesmaids lead the pack with eight nominations apiece, including nods for Movie of the Year.
The Lucky One takes second place with $22.8 million and The Hunger Games finishes in third place with $14.5 million.
Or will new releases like The Lucky One and Think Like a Man finally knock this blockbuster down?
The blockbuster adaptation of Suzanne Collins' novel will be back in 100 IMAX theaters for a limited one-week engagement.
The I Am Legend filmmaker will likely replace Gary Ross in the director's chair for this sequel to The Hunger Games.
The Three Stooges finishes in second place with $17.1 million and The Cabin in the Woods takes third place with $14.8 million.
Or can new releases The Three Stooges, The Cabin in the Woods, or Lockout pull off an upset victory?
Featuring her outfit from the Games battlefield, this doll based on Jennifer Lawrence's likeness will be made available in stores this August.
American Reunion finishes in second place with $21.5 million, and the 3D re-release of Titanic takes third place with $17.3 million.
20th Century Fox lets The Hunger Games sequel go before X-Men: First Class Sequel only because their script is done.
Or will the comedy sequel American Reunion dethrone the Lionsgate blockbuster for box office supremacy this holiday weekend?