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We had the amazing opportunity to visit The Hunger Games Exhibition in San Francisco, where we got to see behind-the-scenes footage, costumes, set designs, and more from The Hunger Games movies. We got to step into the world behind the franchise and we had an INCREDIBLE time to say the least.
Here is a trailer which tells you more about the exhibition and what we experienced:
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Have you started your countdown until the release of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 DVD release? Get ready because they JUST announced that the movie will arrive in Digital HD and Blu-Ray on March 22. In addition, for the first time ever, The Hunger Games Complete 4-Film Collection will be available on Blu-ray and DVD on March 22.
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We asked you what YOUR favorite moments from The Hunger Games franchise are... and you answered! We picked the top five moments to create this list. From Finnick & Annie's reunion to the three fingered salute...there are so many moments that we will never, ever forget. Enjoy!
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Did we miss any major moments? Write them in the comments below!
Suzanne Collins, the author of The Hunger Games trilogy, released a letter today acknowledging the end of The Hunger Games franchise and thanking the cast and the crew of the movies for doing a fantastic job.
She released the letter through Scholastic. Check it out below!
Having spent the last decade in Panem, it’s time to move on to other lands. But before I do, I’d like to say a tremendous thank you to everyone associated with the film franchise. I’m thrilled with how this quartet of films, which I find both faithful to the books and innovative in its own right, has been brought to life on the screen.
In an earlier letter I credited director Gary Ross for his wonderful rendering of the first book, but now I turn to Francis Lawrence who has …
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