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Tag Archives: The Hunger Games
It’s here. Time to find out how it all ends for Katniss, Peta, Gale, Effie and the gang. Well, for those of you who haven’t read the books or the Wiki, that is. Still, ready to suit up with Katniss … Continue reading
Nutshell: A well-done attempt to turn the final book of The Hunger Games into two films, though there are choppy spots where editing could have been smoother. Lawrence jumps back into Katniss territory with ease, and so does the rest … Continue reading
Alrighty Tributes! Time for the Baltimore screening of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1! In case you need a refresher since the Quarter Quell, here’s the synopsis: The worldwide phenomenon of The Hunger Games continues to set the world … Continue reading
And they’re all black, a stark contrast to President Snow’s all white series. Coinkidink? I’m putting 100% down on no. Here’s the official deets from District 13 the PR folks: Yesterday, Lionsgate released six REBEL WARRIOR POSTERS for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay … Continue reading
*throws two-finger salute. no not that one* Alright y’all. Rested from a weekend of Comic-Con Twitter trolling (or actual attendance)? Then let’s get started, shall we? Needs no introduction, but let’s type something here anyway. See Katniss and District 13 … Continue reading
Who’s loving the ad campaign for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1? *raises hand* Well, here’s more subversive propaganda, but with a twist (hin: Beetee!) (I’m also loving the all-white thing going on with the image that goes with the … Continue reading
Gotta love the marketing for the Hunger Games series. It’s insidious, creepy and harkens back to old-school propaganda like WWII posters, Communist Russia, and now the good ol’ southern USA. Check out the latest “message” from President Snow (Donald Sutherland, … Continue reading