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Wikia is in San Diego *RIGHT NOW* with on the scene coverage from the heart of this year's Comic Con action! Direct from the front lines, we've got footage from the Mockingjay Pt. 2 panel in Hall H, along with a whole slough of clips & soundbites for your viewing pleasure! There will be more to come, but for now - sit back and enjoy these interviews from the cast as well as director Francis Lawrence, and don't forget to follow our LIVE COVERAGE where we'll bring you all the news and action as it unfolds.
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Hunger Games fans:
With all the amazing work being done here, and with the upcoming release of the The Hunger Games blu-ray, we wanted to put up a quiz to test your knowledge of the film.
This feature uses its own separate namespace, so it won't affect the integrity of the wiki, it's just something fun we put together for you guys to celebrate this release and your own general excellence.
We hope you have as much fun with it as we did, when you're done make sure and leave a comment here letting us know how you did!Read more >
The Hunger Games is finally here! After months of waiting, we can finally experience the story on the big screen! But how good is the movie, according to the critics? Check out our review round-up below for the answer to that question, and be sure to leave your opinion in the comments!
Overall, the critics were generally positive about the movie. So far, it has a Metacritic score of 67 (Metacritic user rating of 7.4/10) (Generally favorable) and a Rotten Tomatoes score of 85% (Certified fresh).
New York Daily News
It's a true shot to the heart!
“The Hunger Games,” the highly anticipated movie based on the best-selling teen novel, is as tough-spirited as fans would hope for — and exciting and thought-provoking in a way few adventure d…
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Kaya Scodelario and Lyndsy Fonseca, as it turns out, aren't the only ones who got a peek at the script for The Hunger Games.' The author of The Hunger Games Trilogy, Suzanne Collins, took over screenwriting duties for Lionsgate's film adaptation and then passed her work along for revisions. An early draft made its way out and while no review or gritty details have been reported, they did indicate that the film is aiming for a PG-13 rating.
The buzz is that this will the next "Twilight" or "Harry Potter" film franchise, so the formula should be just as easy, shouldn't it? Well, if you've read the book(s), you're well aware that it tends to get very violent at times. If you haven't read any of them yet, what's the holdup?? For now, here's a b…Read more >