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The Hunger Games

  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. The New The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 Trailer Finally Brings Footage From the Movie

    Where can we get the blueprints for that Mockingjay crop circle?

    The in-universe teasers were nice, but this one is pretty great, too. Real footage. Philip Seymour Hoffman. Oh, and, you know, Katniss on the screen again. Feast your eyeballs on it—we won't even make you fight to the death over who gets to watch.

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  7. I Can’t Stop Looking At This Limited-Edition Mockingjay Comic-Con Poster

    Chaos reigns!

    The Hunger Games marketing team just revealed a limited-edition Comic-Con poster for Mockingjay--Part 1 designed by street artist WK Interact, and it's definitely striking. Join the rebellion after the jump.

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  8. Mockingjay Adds Peeta & Johanna “Living Portraits” to Its Line of Propaganda-Inspired Marketing

    It's Snow joke.

    Between its "President Snow's Panem Address" teasers and its "District Heroes" poster series, the Mockingjay - Part 1 marketing department is really kicking ass so far. The tradition continues with these "Capitol Citizen Living Portraits" of Peeta and Johanna, behind the cut because of autoplay music. Cosplayers everywhere are clutching their heads and shrieking, wondering why something like this doesn't exit for their favorite characters.

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  9. Mockingjay: Part 1 Trailer to Debut on 8.4 Inch Screen at SDCC as Part of Bizarre Partnership With Samsung

    Unity. Prosperity. SDCC.

    The Hunger Games won't have a panel at SDCC this year, but fans in attendance can still get a peek at Mockingjay: Part 1. The trailer will be introduced in San Diego by as-yet-unnamed cast members, but it won't be screened in Hall H. Instead, the new look at one of this year's most anticipated releases will be revealed on the 8.4 inch screen of a Galaxy Tab S as part of a collaboration between Samsung and Lionsgate. President Snow would probably be proud.

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  10. Parents Want to Make Snowmen Babies And Name Them Elsa, Katniss, Khaleesi, or Hazel

    Hermiones of the world, the pressure is now off.

    In give-or-take the next nine months, the world may receive living, breathing, pooping proof that strong female characters have an influence that resonates outside their respective mediums. According to Nameberry, many parents are considering names from Young Adult literature and movies.

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