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The Hunger Games

  1. You Can Sit In President Snow’s Chair At the Fan Expo Canada Hunger Games Booth

    Ummmm.

    I would point out that this set piece appears to contribute to the overall obliviousness of The Hunger Games marketing team, who consistently offer us opportunities to feel like Capitol residents without actually taking into account that the Capitol is terrible. But also, I am a sucker for a fancy seat of power, and there are already pictures in existence of me confidently sitting in the Iron Throne like I own it. So... people in glass chairs, I guess.

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  2. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Rebel Warrior Posters Highlight Natalie Dormer’s Baddassitude

    Oh, look! The pie!

    Wired debuted a few new posters for the upcoming The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 which go along with the whole rebel theme they've been running with.

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  3. Update: Lionsgate Still Trying To Make The Hunger Games Theme Park Happen

    It's like "fetch," only with totalitarian government-sanctioned child murder.

    Hey kids, did you watch the last two movies in The Hunger Games series and think, "Gosh, I would just love to pretend I've grown up in constant fear and poverty worrying that my short life will be cut even shorter by the machinations of a brutal, oppressive state for the amusement of the wealthy?" Well, have we got an idea for a theme park you'll just love!

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  4. Are Hunger Games, Harry Potter, and Twilight Fans Death Obsessed?

    At the very least they're obsessed with sequels.

    One common theme between the Hunger GamesHarry Potter, and Twilight series is death, but does that mean that fans of those series are "death obsessed"? According to Live Science some psychologists think so.

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  5. Donald Sutherland is the Most Evil Who Ever Eviled: Throws Berries At Hunger Games Fans

    And YOU get a berry! And YOU get a berry! And..OW MY EYE!

    Donald Sutherland has an illustrious career trailing behind him but I wonder if, when he signed onto The Hunger Games trilogy, he ever could have conceived of this moment. It comes courtesy of the Teen Choice Awards where Sutherland took home the award for Best Villain (not to mention the fancy surf board) and had a little bit of fun with The Hunger Games fans in the crowd.

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  6. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 Gets District 13 Character Posters

    New character posters revealed for the upcoming The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1, in theaters on November 21st.

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  7. Self-Described “Film Chauvinist” Complains About Possible Female-Led Ghostbusters

    I'm not interested in your opinion, just shut it off.

    Today in really annoying sexism news, a writer for Deadline is using Ghostbusters for evil.

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  8. Marvel Studios President Says We’ll See A Female-Led Film “Sooner Rather Than Later”

    We'll be there with bells on.

    Hey! Did you guys know there are a lot of people who would like to see a female-led superhero movie? It's true! And thankfully, it's a point of discussion that's gotten too loud to ignore. In an interview with Comic Book Resources, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige addressed the question we've been asking since, oh, forever: just how long before we see a female-led Marvel film?

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  9. This Chart Graphs Diversity in Science Fiction and Fantasy Films. Guess How Wide The Gap Is?

    Yikes. That's, like, Gap of Rohan big.

    As this graph shows, we have a really, really long way to go when it comes to depicting diversity in these genres.

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  10. You Guys! You Can Watch The SDCC “Women Who Kick Ass” Panel In Its Entirety Right Here!

    Warning: may cause happy sighing and an interruption to your workday.

    Yesterday we posted a sampling of some of the best full panels from SDCC's Hall H now available on Youtube, but unfortunately a recording of the annual "Women Who Kick Ass Panel" was nowhere to be found. But awesome ladies and sharp-eyed Mary Sue readers, uh, find a way. Here are Natalie Dormer, Maisie Williams, Katey Sagal, Tatiana Maslany, Sarah Paulson and Nicole Beharie discussing beauty standards, the depiction of women in media, and the amazing challenges of their unique jobs.

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