The Verdict: "Well, the wait is finally over and the good news is “The Hunger Games” is a fine beginning to a potentially
impressive and exciting franchise." - Tony Pichaloff
For the complete verdict visit Tony's Review Page For more on "The Hunger Games" visit our feature page
Cover Girl - Teens on Magazine Covers!
Hollywood Teen Movies presents "Cover Girl", an exclusive video
featuring a selection of the hottest teen starlets to ever grace the covers of teen magazines around the world. From yesteryear, today and everything in-between, famous females from every era are covered. The cast list includes - Alicia Silverstone, Annette Funciello, Jennifer Lawrence, Kristen Stewart, Phoebe Cates, Sandra Dee, Britney Spears, Molly Ringwald, Brooke Shields, Elle Fanning, Emma Stone, Natalie Wood, Hilary Duff, Lindsay Lohan, Selena Gomez & many more. The "Cover Girl" video is Now Showing on this page & on our YouTube Channel. For more on "Cover Girl" check out our feature page
Rising Talent - Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence has had a dream start to her acting career. A Best Actress Oscar nomination at age 20 & now a starring role as Katniss in the futuristic teen action flick "The Hunger Games", a new franchise that looks set to eclipse "The Twilight Saga".
To view our feature article on Jennifer Lawrence click here To view our "Katniss" video visit our YouTube channel
Do you remember - Jennifer Runyon?
If you grew up in the 1980s & watched a lot of TV during the era you will probably remember the face - maybe even the name. Jennifer Runyon was a blonde bombshell from Chicago Illinois who came to California seeking acting gigs in the early 1980s. After landing a role on the TV series "Another World" (1981-1983) she quickly snagged a starring role alongside Tim Matheson in the teen college comedy "Up The Creek" (1984). She was soon rewarded with a memorable cameo appearance opposite funnyman Bill Murray in the blockbuster "Ghostbusters" (1984). However, it was the iconic role of Gwendolyn Pierce in the TV series "Charles In Charge" opposite Happy Days' Scott Baio for which she is most remembered. In this special feature article, Tony Pichaloff, takes a look back at the career of Jennifer Runyon, the actress which Richard Roeper of the Chicago Sun-Times once described as "The Marilyn Monroe of The 1980s". For the complete article on Jennifer Runyon visit our feature page.
***** HTM Book Spotlight *****
Hollywood Teen Movies - Official Book
ABOUT THE BOOK
“Hollywood Teen Movies 80 From The 80s” is loaded with posters, movie stills and 80 movie reviews that are jam-packed with stats, history, trivia, quotes, taglines and detailed film analysis. For anyone who grew up in the era or anyone who simply loves movies, “Hollywood Teen Movies: 80 From The 80s” will ignite the senses and bring back the memories. If you like the movies, you'll love the book!
"Teen Movies Needed Some Long Overdue Respect" - Hollywood Teen Movies celebrates the 1980s & 10 fantastic years online with this Official promo for the new book "Hollywood Teen Movies 80 from the 80s - The Good The Bad & The Forgotten". Hope you enjoy this nostalgic trip back to arguably "the greatest decade in teen movie history". The images, the fashion, the sound, the stars, the movies & of course the book are all captured in this visual extravaganza that is pure 80s Movie Magic at its very best! This Exclusive 80s flashback video is Now Showing on this site (play button below) and on our YouTube Channel. Come on shout and breakout as we go back to re-live all the memories of the totally awesome 80s.....
"Footloose" - #1 Teen Movie of 2011
2011 was another great year for teen movies but there can be only one winner when it comes to choosing the "Best Teen Movie of 2011". In 2011 the honor went to "Footloose". In a time when very few remakes succeed "Footloose" was the surprise exception. Yes, some tried to brush it off as "just another remake" but the film proved everybody wrong because it was so much more than that! Check out our “Footloose - In A Nutshell - Film Review” to find out why “Footloose” is the “Best Teen Movie Of 2011” :