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Celebrate The Victory With A Pair Of ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ Posters!

We now have a pair of “Victory Tour” posters for Lionsgate’s forthcoming The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, courtesy of HitFix and Facebook.

In theaters November 22 from director Francis Lawrence, “As the sequel to the 2008 bestseller “The Hunger Games,” it continues the story of Katniss Everdeen and the fictional, futuristic nation of Panem. Due to the events of the previous novel, a rebellion against the ruling Capitol has begun, and Katniss and fellow tribute Peeta are forced to return to the arena in a special edition of the The Hunger Games.

Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Lenny Kravitz, Elizabeth Banks, Stanley Tucci, Donald Sutherland, Toby Jones, Woody Harrelson, Jena Malone, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Lynn Cohen, Patrick St. Esprit, Meta Golding, Bruno Gunn, Maria Howell, Sam Claflin all star.



  • Ultrazilla

    Did they get married? 😉 I know a lot of the readers here like to crap on these movies, but I really enjoyed the first one and am eagerly awaiting the next.

    • DisturbedPixie

      You have to understand first what they did humiliated the game makers, most importantly President Snow. The only thing that protects them is that they are supposed to be a very romantic story for the people of the Capitol. They eat that crap up with a spoon. President Snow must figure how to work this in his favor in order to silence the uprising. His first idea is to parade them around as the perfect couple. But Katniss’ relationship with Gale and her depressing news to Peeta that she did everything for the audience, makes things very complicated. Plus Katniss doesn’t like rules and being bossed around. So you will have to either read the novels or see the movie to find out how things actually go down, or you could read some spoilers on wiki or something, haha. But yes, Katniss is sporting a wedding dress in that poster (propaganda.)

  • undertaker78

    I hated the first Hunger Games. I feel the first movie failed because there was so much they expected me (a casual viewer) to already know. I think they figured anyone watching had already read all the books. I have not. Without my friend, who has read all the books, explaining all the extra details they left out, I would have left the theater with a lot of unanswered questions.

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