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Scholastic released a "Hunger Games Fan Video" on Youtube, kicking off a summer sweepstakes for Hunger Games fans. The video is a compilation of videos from fans saying why they love the Hunger Games. In addition, you can become a Hunger Games Fan Ambassador! There are 4 parts to this opportunity which lasts throughout the whole summer:
For more information on this summer-long opportunity, click here!
Tampa Bay Comic Con announced that Willow Shields, who plays Primrose Everdeen in the Hunger Games movies, will be at the event. Other stars announced include actors from "The Game of Thrones" and "The Walking Dead".
Single-day admission will cost $20 and a three-day pass is $45. Admission is free for children 12 and under.
The Hob has compiled a list of international release dates for Catching Fire the movie. This list has been confirmed by Lionsgate and will be updated as more information is known. You can find the updated list here.
After a few years of being in downtime, the forums and fansite are officially back! Under new management, we hope to bring you the same quality news and activities we had before our reconstruction period, along with more activities. We thank all who have stuck with us through these years whether it was through our Twitter or Facebook accounts.
Please be patient with us as we continue to work on updating the new and upcoming fansite. You might see some pages down or some elements that need to be updated; if there is something wrong, chances are we are working on improving that page. Again, we appreciate all of our fans who have followed us through this time and we welcome any new faces! Please don't be shy, and come say hello in our forums.
Despite the rumors that Mockingjay might be filmed in Britain, Access Atlanta has reported that "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay" will be filmed in Atlanta, Georgia. The article also reports that the movie will also be filmed in Boston, Massachusetts.
The casting call reads: "We have an upcoming feature that requires amazing faces and bodies, and we are looking for people that can bring unusual characters to life.
Last time for this 'science fiction trilogy turned film series,' we had you put yourself on tape but because this one is vastly important, we are requiring we meet each of you in person. If chosen, please know this will be a long shoot, requiring multiple days. Due to the detailed nature of this film, we are casting this project in stages. This round we are ONLY requesting those to submit between the ages of 18-40. We are sorry, but no children and no one over 40 at this time! (Those submission dates will be released at a later time).
If you are interested in submitting for this project, please e-mail CLCEccentric@gmail.com. Please include 3 pictures (head and body), your age, height, weight, and all contact info. Please put your gender, ethnicity and age in the subject box. Example: Male, Caucasian, 31."
CommingSoon.net reported that Jennifer Lawrence will be co-producing the film The Rules of Inheritance with Brian Cohen. She will also be starring in the film alongside Silver Linings Playbook costar, Bradley Cooper.
The Rules of Inheritance is an adaptation of the memoir of the same title, written by Claire Bidwell Smith. The book is described as: "A powerful and searingly honest memoir about a young woman who loses her family but finds herself in the process.
In this astonishing debut, Claire Bidwell Smith, an only child, is just fourteen years old when both of her charismatic parents are diagnosed with cancer. What follows is a coming-of-age story that is both heartbreaking and exhilarating. As Claire hurtles towards loss she throws herself at anything she thinks might help her cope with the weight of this harsh reality: boys, alcohol, traveling, and the anonymity of cities like New York and Los Angeles. By the time she is twenty-five years old they are both gone and Claire is very much alone in the world.
Claire's story is less of a tragic tale and more of a remarkable lesson on how to overcome some of life's greatest hardships. Written with suspense and style, and bursting with love and adventure, The Rules of Inheritance vividly captures the deep grief and surprising light of a young woman forging ahead on a journey of loss that humbled, strengthened, and ultimately healed her."
Source: the Hunger Games Examiner's Twitter
From the Scholastic Youtube
"Suzanne Collins, author of The Hunger Games Trilogy and The Underland Chronicles, discusses the importance of reading every day."
Suzanne Collins has told reporters at Book Expo America that
she is planning a new book series aimed at teens, but has not released
Her new book, Year of the Jungle, is expected to be released in
September 2013, and she has said that she wants to focus on consulting
for the scripts for the Mockingjay films.
Sources: The Hunger Games Examiner" and USA Today
Capitol Couture is here! From the people who brought you the
Capitol Portraits, this website's content ranges from character
profiles to cover stories where you can delve deeper into the fashion
of the Capitol.
Be prepared to see what fashion designers conjure up to define the
styles of the different districts.
Read the first issue!