"The Hunger Games" inspiring female-driven superhero movies "The Hunger Games" is already a $1.6 billion franchise. The new sequel, "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part One" opens Thursady. Fandango's contributing editor Erik Davis joins "CBSN" with how female-driven superhero movies are becoming big business for Hollywood.
"Horrible Bosses 2" hits theaters Thanksgiving weekend "Horrible Bosses 2," the sequel of the popular 2011 comedy, stars the same lead actors from the original: Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis. Jennifer Aniston, Kevin Spacey and Jamie Foxx also reprise their roles, with Christoph Waltz and Chris Pine joining the cast. The film will be released in theaters on Nov. 26. Suzanne Marques reports.
Toy companies targeting tough-girl trend "The Hunger Games" is already a more than $1.5 billion movie franchise, and the new sequel, "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part One" opens Friday. Its studio, Lionsgate, predicts it will bring in $130 to $150 million dollars over the weekend. Lee Woodruff reports on how even toy companies are cashing in on the Katniss "tough girl" trend.
Tom Hanks on biggest roles, insecurities and selfies Tom Hanks' films have grossed more than $8 billion worldwide. He's won multiple Oscars, Golden Globes and Emmys. Now, another accolade: he's one of five performers named as a 2014 Kennedy Center Honoree. Gayle King sat down with Tom Hanks to talk about his amazing career.
- Decades after the death of country singer Hank Williams, the circumstances remains somewhat of a mystery.
Some say he was last seen alive in Knoxville. Now a unique on stage production brings the country legend back to life.
- Emmy-winning actress and singer Polly Bergen, who played the terrorized wife in the original "Cape Fear" and the first woman president in "Kisses for My President," has died. She was 84.
- Helen Keller's introduction to the world with the help of teacher Annie Sullivan is the story of "The Miracle Worker," coming to Knoxville at the Clarence Brown Theater October 2 - 19, 2014.
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