Finally, we see Katniss in action!
All of the feels brought to you by Effie Trinket.
Elsa’s braid is getting a run for its money.
And Katniss is barely in it.
For President Snow, that is.
FOLLOW THE JLAW OF THE LAND.
Unless you’ve read the book, that is.
Don’t worry, only 17 are from The Hunger Games. H/T Vox.
She is equal parts beautiful and terrifying. Mild SPOILERS ahead. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1 opens Nov. 21, 2014.
May the odds be ever in your favor.
The first poster for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1 has just been officially released by Lionsgate. It’s better than a silver parachute.
His name is Antonius, let’s gossip about him like the perfect Capitol citizens we are. SPOILER ALERT for Mockingjay’s ending in case you haven’t read the books.
Now that Catching Fire is burning up the box office, let’s turn to the potential land mines throughout the plot of Mockingjay. SPOILERS!
Did it work for you? Spoilers!
Nina Jacobson, the producer of Hunger Games: Catching Fire, talks about Jennifer Lawrence, the movie’s politics, working with Suzanne Collins, and switching directors.
UPDATED: Julianne Moore, Natalie Dormer, and several others have signed up for the two-part conclusion of the Hunger Games saga — but who are they playing, and what roles have yet to be cast? Warning: SPOILERS within!
The Game Change actress will play the power-hungry president of District 13. Warning: SPOILERS ahead if you haven’t finished the books!
Australian actress Stef Dawson will play Annie Cresta, the love interest for Sam Claflin’s Finnick.
The girl on fire takes a day off.
Let the The Hunger Game of Thrones fan fics commence!
The human actors got all the publicity. But these crucial Panem players deserve their own posters, too!