Jena Malone's mysterious character was cut from the theatrical version of Batman v Superman, but fans will be able to see her in the R-rated version.
Two new unconfirmed reports reveal who Jena Malone and Callan Mulvey are playing in the highly-anticipated Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Jena Malone can't get her reading done thanks to a noisy distraction from Damon Alexander in our exclusive clip from 10 Cent Pistol.
Jena Malone says that her 'lips are sealed,' when asked if she is playing Carrie Kelly in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
After weeks of speculation, Jena Malone is said to have joined the cast of Batman v Superman but is she playing Robin as rumored?B. Alan Orange
The young District 7 victor takes glamour to new heights in this look at Jena Malone's character in the upcoming sequel.B. Alan Orange
COMIC-CON 2013: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Interviews with Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson
Director Francis Lawrence joins Lenny Kravitz, Jeffrey Wright, Jena Malone and Willow Shields for a look at this sequel.B. Alan Orange
Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark do a victory lap in honor of the 74th annual Hunger Games in this upcoming sequel, in theaters this Thanksgiving.B. Alan Orange
Jena Malone portrays a former Hunger Games winner from District 7 who is called back into the arena for the Quarter Quell.
Mitchell Lichtenstein is directing this thriller about a troubled married couple who receive a ghostly visitor.
The actress will star as the former Hunger Games winner who returns to the battlefield for the Quarter Quell in Lionsgate's upcoming sequel.
The actress is in early negotiations to star as the volatile District 7 tribute in director Francis Lawrence's upcoming sequel.
The actress is up for the coveted role in director Francis Lawrence's highly-anticipated sequel for Lionsgate.
The Sucker Punch actress will portray noted author Carson McCullers in this biopic from director Deborah Kampmeier.
Zack Snyder offers another look at his upcoming fantasy adventure starring Emily Browning as an institutionalized young girl.B. Alan Orange