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  1. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Burns Hotter Than Its Predecessor

    Review

    The consequences of war are far-reaching and come fast in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, the sequel to box office juggernaut The Hunger Games. Based on Suzanne Collins’ bestselling novels about a teenage girl’s fight against an oppressive, sadistic government, the thrilling Catching Fire brings out strong themes of inequality, the politics of fear, and the psychological impact of battle on people of all ages. Fully engrossing, and far stronger than its forerunner, Catching Fire keeps the sense of suspense throughout with a few dips, and backs up its plot content with plenty of action to hold audience interest. The two-hour-and-fifteen-minute run time hardly feels like it, when you’re swept away by the despotic world of Francis Lawrence’s Panem. Do not volunteer. There are SPOILERS behind the cut.

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  2. The Mary Sue’s Hunger Games Review

    Review

    Ladies and gentlemen. We had the chance to see a sneak preview of the Lionsgate adaptation of Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games this week. Should fans of the book series be concerned? Will audiences going in cold enjoy the film? Is the highly-publicized hype true? Read on to find out! 

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  3. Behind the Scenes of The Hunger Games: The Actors Speak [Video]

    And Fansplosions Abound

    A great behind-the-scenes featurette for The Hunger Games appeared on Entertainment Tonight recently, and the actors -- Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Elizabeth Banks, Wes Bentley, and Lenny Kravitz -- have opened up on their thoughts on the book, how they lobbied for their roles, and how much they (like us) just plain love The Hunger Games. We might have to declare this official: people read those books in a matter of days. All of them. By the way: The Hunger Games opens next Friday. Next. Friday. (via Screen Rant) Previously in The Hunger Games

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  4. New Animated Posters For The Hunger Games Feature Cinna’s Famed Gold Eyeliner

    eye candy

    Call me a recovering makeup junkie, but one of my favorite tiny details about Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games was Cinna's eyeliner. The Capitol crew were so ridiculously festooned with dyed skin, crazy haircolors, glittery tattoos, etc, all of it making the trips there some of the most interesting parts of the book to read, even the grotesque President Snow. (Especially when contrasted to the bleak and humble Districts.) But Cinna's lone streak of gold eyeliner stood out for me, and so did Cinna as a character. All of that said, one of the best parts about this series being turned into a movie was seeing how the weirdos in the Capitol were going to be brought to life. We've seen a glimpse in the trailers, but now, the movie's official site has released some animated posters (in the guise of self-referential, silly advertisements), to give us a new look at this colorful bunch.

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  5. Finally A New Hunger Games Trailer, Plus A Whole Bunch Of Other Exciting Stuff!

    May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor

    Sometimes, the internet listens when I speak. Earlier today I lamented on Twitter that it was time for a second trailer for The Hunger Games to be released. Low and behold, one just did. The trailer plus a new, gut-wrenching image featuring Cinna and Katniss (along with a few words from Lenny Kravitz), news of an IMAX release and a forthcoming social media game are all after the jump! Oh, and information on how you can win tickets to the Los Angeles premiere...

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  6. Every Hunger Games Character, On a Poster

    May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor

    Personally, I've been shying away from most Hunger Games items these days for the simple fact that I'm excited enough about the movie and am worried about exploding. Well, prepare yourselves, under the cut we've got character posters for Katniss, Haymitch, Effie, Cinna, Peta, Gale, Rue and Cato. 

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