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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay

  1. Lionsgate Gathers The Mockingjay Creative Team For New Odyssey Film

    Katniss On a Boat?

    Lionsgate is fast-tracking a film retelling of Homer's The Odyssey, and to do this, they are gathering lots of the team responsible for much of their successful Hunger Games franchise. Francis Lawrence, who directed three of the four Hunger Games films, will direct. Meanwhile, producer Nina Jacobson, who's been with the Hunger Games franchise from the beginning, will be producing, and Peter Craig, who co-scripted Mockingjay, will write the script.

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  2. Enter Our Mockingjay Giveaway to Win Part 1 on Blu-Ray and a Rad Pin

    *Whistle sounds.*

    Did you love The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1? Do you want to see Natalie Dormer's undercut all the time? The movie comes out on Blu-ray today—but why buy it when you can win it!

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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. Watch Natalie Dormer Get Her Head Shaved For Mockingjay And Feel Weird About How Into It You Are

    Queen.

    It's okay, we're all equally attracted to undercut Natalie.

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  6. 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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  7. Mockingjay Is 2014′s Top-Grossing Film; Female-Led Films Take Top Spot Two Years in a Row

    On Wednesday night, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1 hit $333.2 million at the domestic box office, making it the highest-grossing film of 2014 - yep, even higher than Guardians of the Galaxy. I believe the film owes this honor partially to Natalie Dormer's shaved head (sorry, Karen Gillan's shaved head).

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Johnny Bravo Is the Mockingjay

    Conspiracy?!

    Here, let the Internet tweak the way you look at this symbol of movie-protest: Apparently the Mockingjay pin from The Hunger Games looks a heck of a lot like Johnny Bravo holding an arrow. I would like to request that people send me any crossover fan fictions that have happened in relation to this.

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  9. Explore Mockingjay‘s Uncomfortable Similarities to Ferguson In New Laci Green Video

    Dammit, society.

    The past few weeks* have been pretty rough for, you know, society. Compounding the pain of current events is the horrific timeliness of the release of Mockingjay, which has continued the Hunger Games tradition of giving us real-world political resonance through a bevy of parallels I really wish weren't so resonant. This isn't something that's gone  unexplored, but Laci Green laid it out pretty effectively in a new video for MTV.

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  10. Things We Saw Today: Happy Thanksgiving From Rick Grimes

    Happy Thanksgivin'. And stuff. And thangs. (via Cheezburger)

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  11. “It’s About Equality”: Natalie Dormer Talks About Feminism, Gets Everything Right

    This is why we love you.

    Interviews with Natalie Dormer are always worth a read, but any interview that ends up with her saying "I’m a feminist in the true sense of the word" is going to be that much more compelling for us. Plus, she also discusses Mockingjay and Game of Thrones! What more could we possibly want?

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  12. Are Hunger Games Fans That Patient? Mockingjay Part 1 Domestic Box Office Falls Short of Series Records

    The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 did very well at the box office this weekend but not as well as Lionsgate probably hoped domestically.

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  13. #MyHungerGames: My Story Of Poverty, And Why The Hashtag Is So Important

    The Hunger Games resonates in part because it hits at the very human heart of the oppression of poverty. There's a gap between this film's marketing and its resonance, and it's a very human gap.

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  14. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Is The Best Film In The Series So Far

    This incomplete but promising film is definitely only part of the story.

    The Hunger Games films have been an interesting example of an incredibly successful series where the films progressively improve with each installment.

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  15. Brace Yourselves: Matt Smith & Natalie Dormer Will Star in Patient Zero Together

    This should be interesting.

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  16. The Hunger Games’ Donald Sutherland Likens Jennifer Lawrence to Joan of Arc. Oh, and Also Jesus.

    Jesus Lawrence

    The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 is rolling out in theaters as we speak and the cast and crew are doing countless interviews in support of it. Here's one of the weird ones.

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  17. The Gobble Games: Where Turkeys Duke It Out for the Presidential Pardon

    May the odds be ever in your flavor.

    Only one turkey a year is pardoned in the Capitol, surviving the fierce turkey bloodbath the human-body-privileged citizens of this nation call "Thanksgiving." The turkeys must fear their governing body, so they must fight to the death to determine who will survive this November.

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  18. Natalie Dormer Did An AMA, Someone Hold Me

    No flaws detected.

    Natalie Dormer, one true Queen of England and Westeros and the Capitol and Baker Street and our hearts, did an AMA yesterday on Reddit. Shall we see if she's as charming as we want her to be? (Spoiler alert: she is).

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  19. Remember Why You Love The Hunger Games With 10 Solid Reasons

    10 is good odds.

    Our own Sam Maggs reminds us why we love The Hunger Games, just in time for the first installment of Mockingjay to hit theaters this week!

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  20. The Harry Potter Alliance’s #MyHungerGames Brings Awareness to Stories of Income Inequality

    May the odds be ever in your favor.

    The Harry Potter Alliance grew out of a group of HP fans who wanted to take the good messages of their favorite book series and enact them in the world around them, and has become one of the awesomest examples of "fan activism." But they aren't entirely focused on HP-themed causes; they also often organize campaigns of awareness, fundraising, and community service to coincide with the release of new The Hunger Games films.

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