We FINALLY have a trailer from Lionsgate and boy is it good! Make sure to take a long look at those shots of Finnick and Annie's wedding.

Posted on Tuesday, June 09, 2015 by Editor

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It's May 8th guys, and all of us would like to give a big Happy Birthday to Katniss Everdeen, the character that truly changed our lives. It has been a long journey, and it is hard to realize that there is only one movie left! Boy, the years have flown by.


Posted on Friday, May 08, 2015 by Editor

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Joan G., a spanish fan of "The Hunger Games" plans to write a book in which he will talk about his more than three years as an active member of the Hunger Games Fandom, the trilogy written by Suzanne Collins, which has been adapted to the big screen in four filmic adaptions.

Starting the action in the premiere of "The Hunger Games", the first film adaptation of the series, "Memoirs of a tribute" ("Memorias de un tributo" in spanish) will narrate everything a tribute has lived, since its first reading of each of the books of this famous trilogy, the long waits for the premieres of each of the films of the saga ("Catching Fire", "Mockingjay –Part 1", "Mockingjay – Part 2")... Definitely, everything which a tribute will be able to feel identified. A review of all these magical "Hunger Games years."

"I don't know quite how to describe this project, so I like to appoint this as a 'book-fan'. In 'Memoirs of a tribute' I will narrate my experience as a tribute, as a big fan of this great and amazing universe created by Suzanne Collins, Nina Jacobson, Francis Lawrence and Gary Ross, among many others. This is an 'amateur' personal project, and I want to share it with the other members of this fandom. The aim of this is that all the tributes that they will read this book will be able to feel identified with my story and find similarities with his own story. After all, if you are a tribute, you are a member of the same orchestra as me", says the author.

The author hopes to begin writing this book very soon, a book that he has been planning since 2014.

The idea is to publish the book online, ie you will be able to read it on digital platforms. The autor hopes to finish it by the end of this year 2015, because the author wants the narrative concludes after the premiere of "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2" (November 2015), to release the book in early 2016.

Posted on Monday, April 20, 2015 by Editor

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Willow Shields discussed what Jennifer Lawrence thinks of her Dancing With the Stars appearance after her performance. Shields received a 32 (the third highest score) in her most recent competition, impressive for the youngest contestant yet!

Posted on Wednesday, April 01, 2015 by Editor

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The preview trailer for Mockingjay Part 2 has been released.

Posted on Thursday, March 26, 2015 by Editor

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In positively Capitol fashion (I'm giving up at this point, theme parks, museums??), there will be a Hunger Games themed expedition/museum of sorts opening up in Manhattan. You can now pre-order tickets HERE if this is something that strikes your fancy. Pre-registration will also include:
Entry into a sweepstakes for a chance to win tickets to the “Ultimate Fan Experience” on July 1, 2015. The “Ultimate Fan Experience” provides an advanced chance to see the exhibition at its premiere in New York City (which will be attended by select members of the cast) and participate in the opening day ribbon cutting ceremony, including airfare, lodging, and more!
Updates and “behind the scenes” access to the exhibition content will be delivered via email.

Posted on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 by Editor

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Willow Shields (Primrose Everdeen) has been cast in DWTS!
Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess 
Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson 
Patti LaBelle and Artem Chigvintsev 
Nastia Liukin and Derek Hough 
Ryker Lynch and Allison Holker 
Charlotte McKinney and Keo Motsepe 
Redfoo and Emma Slater 
Michael Sam and Peta Murgatroyd 
Willow Shields and Mark Ballas 
Suzanne Somers and Tony Dovolani 
Chris Soules and Witney Carson 
Rumer Willis and Val Chmerkovskiy 

Posted on Tuesday, February 24, 2015 by Editor

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This new deleted scene features President Snow pushing Peeta into doing a propo for the Capitol + a bunch of cool Capitol tech.

Posted on Monday, February 16, 2015 by Editor

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An absolutely adorable behind the scenes video of the Mockingjay cast has been released as part of the DVD promotion. I would definitely check this out, some great shots of the cast goofing around.

Posted on Sunday, February 15, 2015 by Editor

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Another deleted scene has been released by Lionsgate! This scene features Haymitch and Katniss discussing Peeta. A must watch for sure.

Posted on Sunday, February 15, 2015 by Editor

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The first deleted scene from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 has been released. This adorable little moment between Effie and Katniss can be viewed here.


Posted on Sunday, February 15, 2015 by Editor

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Lionsgate has given us a peek at the infamous Finnick Odair scene, albeit without Sam Clafin in his underwear.

Posted on Wednesday, February 11, 2015 by Editor

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Francis Lawrence put out a statement announcing that Mockingjay Part 2 will be in IMAX 3D!
"I’m thrilled Mockingjay – Part 2 will be in IMAX theaters. Fans will now have the chance to see the film in any format they want, which is exciting; we recently saw the 3-D version of Mockingjay – Part 1 before its release in China, and the new level of immersion was really fantastic."

Posted on Monday, February 09, 2015 by Editor

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Congrats! Mockingjay Part One just hit $333 million, finally surpassing Guardians of the Galaxy for the top grossing film (in the  United States) of 2014!


Posted on Thursday, January 22, 2015 by Editor

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“I liked the idea of the film ending on this close-up of Katniss’ face, and then this very creepy, cracked hum kind of signaling your entry into her head, her deepest thoughts and secrets,” says New Zealand singer-songwriter Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O’Connor, better known as Lorde. “I’d been listening to a lot of spirituals, songs like ‘Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child,’ and I loved the crackling, flawed sounds, both of the old recordings and the delivery of the vocals, so that definitely had some influence.”
The song captures the extreme ambivalence of Jennifer Lawrence’s protagonist as she decides whether to allow herself to be used as the rebellion’s figurehead in the coming civil war at the heart of the blockbuster franchise’s penultimate installment. Although Katniss’ sympathies rest firmly with the 99% in the film’s dystopian world, she struggles with the stresses of her newfound notoriety and its dreadful responsibilities.
It wasn’t completely unfamiliar ground for the 18-year-old songwriter.
“This was my first time writing for a film, and it was important to me that it still felt like my song, not something that would feel out of place at one of my shows,” Lorde says via email. “I wanted the song to feel almost stream-of-consciousness, very much Katniss’ innermost thoughts, and when writing it, I could feel the lines blurring, my authorial voice overlapping with hers.”
And my necklace is of rope / I tie it and untie. People talk to me, but nothing ever hits home / People talk to me, and all the voices just burn holes.
There were palpable intersections for the songwriter.
“Obviously I’m not angry in the way that she is at the end of the film, but I could identify with that feeling of everyone wanting Katniss to do a certain thing, and the pressure of that expectation.”
She contributed a wildly revisionist cover of Tears for Fears’ “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” to the series’ second film, “Hunger Games: Catching Fire.” When it was time to put together the music for “Mockingjay — Part I,” the powers that be asked her to “curate” its songs.
“I was very fortunate to have been 100% left alone for the curation,” she says of a soundtrack that includes the languid indie pop of singer-songwriter Bat for Lashes, Kanye West reworking “Yellow Flicker Beat” into something even more menacing, and updated electronica from ’80s icons Grace Jones and Simon Le Bon. “I had a very clear idea of the kinds of artists I wanted for this project, and the kinds of songs from each.”
Still, Lorde’s key contribution is “Yellow Flicker Beat,” which catches the Girl on Fire on the verge of stepping into a holocaust. The quiet of that hum explodes into a chorus declaring, “This is the start / Of how it all ends.”
“Katniss has so much swirling under the surface, so many different voices both internal and external telling her what to do. A storm isn’t smooth, a fight isn’t quiet, and I don’t think Katniss is just one thing at once,” she says.
“I also liked the ‘fingers laced together and I made a little prison, and I’m locking up everyone who ever laid a finger on me’ part — it alluded to the ‘playing God’ nature of Katniss’ role as Mockingjay and is probably the most empowering line I’ve ever written.”
Source: VEVO via. hggirlonfire

Posted on Wednesday, December 31, 2014 by Editor

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