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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire begins as Katniss Everdeen has returned home safe after winning the 74th Annual Hunger Games along with fellow tribute Peeta Mellark. Winning means that they must turn around and leave their family and close friends, embarking on a "Victor's Tour" of the districts. Along the way Katniss senses that a rebellion is simmering, but the Capitol is still very much in control as President Snow prepares the 75th Annual Hunger Games (The Quarter Quell) - a competition that could change Panem forever.
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Teen Choice Awards Go With Divergent, The Fault In Our Stars Teen Choice Awards Go With Divergent, The Fault In Our Stars
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MTV Movie Awards Bet Big On American Hustle, Wolf Of Wall Street MTV Movie Awards Bet Big On American Hustle, Wolf Of Wall Street
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Lionsgate Brings In A Billion Dollars For The Second Straight Year Lionsgate Brings In A Billion Dollars For The Second Straight Year
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Lionsgate Brings In A Billion Dollars For The Second Straight Year

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Catching Fire, Thor: The Dark World, And Frozen Contribute To Fandango's Best Month Ever Catching Fire, Thor: The Dark World, And Frozen Contribute To Fandango's Best Month Ever
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Catching Fire And Frozen Thanksgiving Weekend Box Office Estimates Put Fire Ahead Of Ice

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Discuss The Hunger Games: Catching Fire With Spoilers And Rate It Discuss The Hunger Games: Catching Fire With Spoilers And Rate It
Did you think that the movie was as good as the first one? Do you think that Francis Lawrence was a good replacement for Gary Ross? Has your opinion changed about any of the characters? What surprised you about the movie? What did you hate? Vote in our poll, and hit the comments to let us know your thoughts, feelings, and opinions. And as the title says, SPOILERS ARE WELCOME!

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It was a tall order for director Francis Lawrence to bring the more sprawling Catching Fire book to the big screen, but mostly he manages to retain the heart of the film and many of its key moments, while trimming off some of the fat.

Eight Big Differences Between The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Book And Movie

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Cashes In At The Box Office On Thursday Night The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Cashes In At The Box Office On Thursday Night
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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Cashes In At The Box Office On Thursday Night

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Katniss And The Consequences Of War: Talking With Hunger Games: Catching Fire Director Francis Lawrence Katniss And The Consequences Of War: Talking With Hunger Games: Catching Fire Director Francis Lawrence
At a recent press event for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire I had the great opportunity to sit down with the direct to talk all about how he constructed both the story and the aesthetics of the new blockbuster movie.

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Catching Fire Selling More Advance Tickets Than Any Other Film This Year Catching Fire Selling More Advance Tickets Than Any Other Film This Year
It's bizarre to remember that, just a year and a half ago, The Hunger Games was seen as a bit of a gamble-- a modestly budgeted book adaptation featuring no real stars, and awkwardly dancing around the fact that it was a movie about kids killing each other. Now, on the eve of Catching Fire's premiere, everyone in the movie is a star

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Watch Sesame Street Perfectly Parody The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Watch Sesame Street Perfectly Parody The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Cookie plays Cookiness Evereat, and he and his friends must face the challenges of the Hungry Games, which include pestering monkeys, food-centric puzzles, and lessons in finding patterns. The tributes have to stop and think. And it's tricky. Or as Cookie puts in his signature clunky vernacular, "Boy, being strong heroine of an entire franchise hard work!"

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This Rotten Week: Predicting Catching Fire And Delivery Man Reviews This Rotten Week: Predicting Catching Fire And Delivery Man Reviews
Another dreary Sunday, but honestly, how down can anyone get when Katniss, Gale, that sap Peeta and the rest of the Panem subversives get together for another round on the big screen. Plus, Vince Vaughn is fathering a small community of kids. Those seem like cures for the gloomy Sunday blues

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Katniss, Peeta And Effie Get Ready To Party In New Hunger Games: Catching Fire Clip Katniss, Peeta And Effie Get Ready To Party In New Hunger Games: Catching Fire Clip
This scene in the film comes after Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) and Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) have completed their Victory Tour around the 12 districts of Panem and have arrived at a fancy party in the Capitol to celebrate their win in the 74th annual Hunger Games. As great as the two heroes look in their bizarre future fashion, though, the real star of this clip is Elizabeth Banks as Effie Trinket.

Katniss, Peeta And Effie Get Ready To Party In New Hunger Games: Catching Fire Clip

Which Key Role Did Catching Fire Recast After The Hunger Games? Which Key Role Did Catching Fire Recast After The Hunger Games?
The cat may have been hired for its excellent hissing abilities, but it looked nothing like the Buttercup described in the book, as a "hideous-looking cat" with a coat either the color of rotting squash or a buttercup flower, depending on who you asked. Katniss's younger sister Prim loves Buttercup, and Katniss can't stand him; believe it or not the cat plays a pretty significant role in the third book

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Catching Fire Giveaway: Win A Mockingjay Pin, Posters And More! Catching Fire Giveaway: Win A Mockingjay Pin, Posters And More!
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Are Hunger Games Theme Parks On Their Way? Are Hunger Games Theme Parks On Their Way?
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Catching Fire Clip Pits Katniss Against Peeta And Haymitch Catching Fire Clip Pits Katniss Against Peeta And Haymitch
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Catching Fire Clip Pits Katniss Against Peeta And Haymitch

Katniss And Gale Disagree In First Hunger Games: Catching Fire Clip Katniss And Gale Disagree In First Hunger Games: Catching Fire Clip
In just a matter of weeks, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire arrives in theaters at long last. The first clip has made its way online, giving us a look at a tense conversation between Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) and her friend Gale (Liam Hemsworth), which addresses Katniss’s role in the changing setting that is Panem.

Katniss And Gale Disagree In First Hunger Games: Catching Fire Clip

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Poised To Break The November Box Office Record The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Poised To Break The November Box Office Record
Lionsgate and Summit knew that The Hunger Games: Catching Fire would be a huge hit-- that's why they shelled out more than twice the budget of the original film for the upcoming sequel. But will it have a hard time being as big as its predecessor?. Deadline got their hands on the earliest tracking numbers for Katniss's next adventure, and if all goes well, Catching Fire would easily break the record for the biggest-ever November opening

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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Debuts Beautiful New IMAX Poster The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Debuts Beautiful New IMAX Poster
Picking up where the last film left off, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire begins as Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) and Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutchinson) continue to be celebrated for their victory in the 74th Annual Hunger Games. While great for the duo from District 12, this is bad news for President Snow (Donald Sutherland), who quickly realizes that Katniss is being seen as a revolutionary figure.

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