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Katniss Everdeen

  1. The Psychology of Inspirational Women: Katniss Everdeen

    Katniss Everdeen, the Girl on Fire, who volunteers to take her sister’s place in the monstrous Hunger Games, is a hero and a legend. After going through some of the most horrific events imaginable, Katniss attempts to end her own life. What caused her to try to commit suicide? Does Katniss suffer from a mental health disorder? What stops her from dying and what gives her a reason to live?

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  2. Newly Unlocked The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Deleted Scene Features Peeta’s Side of the Struggle

    Last week we showed you a deleted scene from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 that we couldn't believe was left out of the final cut. Well guess what? There's another. Hit the jump to see a tense scene between Peeta and President Snow, plus bonus Effie/Katniss.

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  3. Why Was This Katniss/Haymitch Scene Deleted From The Hunger Games: Mockingjay?

    USA Today's Entertain This has an exclusive deleted scene from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1. I enjoyed the film but if I'm entirely honest, I had serious issues with its content and pacing. Basically they filled time with a lot of nothing where they could have had very interesting things happening instead, like this scene between Katniss and Haymitch.

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  4. Characters Talk About Their Love Lives and Loki Has a “Moment” in the Latest Leigh Lahav ‘Toon

    We don't know what about this is our favorite part. Black Widow? Hermione? The Mad Men Song?

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  5. Lionsgate Wants To Do More Movies Based On The Hunger Games

    Fantastic Muttations And Where To Find Them

    Ahhh, Lionsgate. You are just desperate for a franchise on the level of what Warner Brothers has with Harry Potter, aren't you? First you get the rights to a young adult series, then you start talking two-part finales and theme parks and exhibitions, and now you want more? Peeta is not impressed.

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  6. Empire’s The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Cover Will Fight for District 13

    Once you propo you just can't stopo.

    *still crying about Cinna*

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  7. New The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 Poster Reveals Katniss’ Face & Amazingly Detailed Costume

    Loving the outfit.

    Over the last few weeks we've seen the Rebel posters from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 and a character poster of Jennifer Lawrence with her back toward the camera, which I thought was the only one we were going to get for Katinss (because SYMBOLISM!). But turns out Lionsgate had one more up their sleeve. It's their #TheMockingjayLives poster and wowza. It's pretty intense.

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  8. It’s Darth Katniss In This Brand New The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 Character Poster

    Will you judge me if I make a "Baby Got Back" joke?

    Natalie Dormer and some other actors who aren't Natalie Dormer already got their Mockingjay - Part 1 character posters, and now it's Katniss' turn. I would like that entire outfit, please and thank you. Unless the front of it is a neon-green bedazzled crop top paired with tie-dyed Juicy sweatpants or something. Hey, you don't know.

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  9. If Katniss Went To Hogwarts: Jennifer Lawrence Face Blocks Emma Watson At The Dior Fashion Show

    Wingardium Levios-A THIS!

    Ok, we don't really think Katniss Everdeen and Hermione Granger would fight if they lived in the same universe (unless that universe had Panem in it, of course), they're both smart, fiercely loyal characters. So what the heck possessed Jennifer Lawrence to grab Emma Watson's face while taking lovely photos together at a Dior show?

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  10. Shailene Woodley Won’t Be Having Any Of Your Pitting-Ladies-Against-Ladies Nonsense

    Today in Awesome

    "If my character [from Divergent] and Katniss from The Hunger Games battled it out? I don't know. I don't feel like they would actually battle. I feel like it'd be like, 'You're a strong lady? I'm a strong lady, too. Let's combine forces and bring it together.'"Shailene Woodley in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, providing us with the YA version of that time Amy Adams said she'd rather Lois Lane and Wonder Woman work together to get stuff done instead of fighting over some dude, y'know? Or when Jessica Chastain called out the media for perpetuating “the myth that women are competitive and cannot get along" when people were talking about a (made up) feud between her and Jennifer Lawrence. Ovaries before brovaries! (via: Jezebel) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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