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- New Photos Added for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2" [11/20]
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Click the Read link below to watch all the videos we have for the movie so far.
The movie has the potential of launching a new movie series in the hearts, minds, and especially, the wallets of movie audiences, to replace the now-finished Harry Potter series and the four-down and one-left-to-go Twilight Saga. Jennifer Lawrence stars as Katniss Everdeen, a teenage girl forced to compete in a gladiator-style competition in a post-apocalyptic North America where the winner is the only one left alive and it's all televised.
The Hunger Games is based on the first book of a trilogy written by Suzanne Collins, which is very popular with young readers. To check out the books in more detail and view other merchandise related to the books and the movie, please visit the Hunger Games Store on Amazon.com.
In addition to the videos, we also have quite a few photos and movie posters from the studio on the Photo Gallery page. Be sure to check them out as well!
This is going to be one of the biggest movies so far this year, so if you're planning to go, don't wait until you get to the theater to buy your tickets! Head over to the Showtimes page and click on the showtimes that appear as links to purchase your tickets in advance.
Tickets have been selling at a very brisk pace, and many theaters have sold out of their Thursday midnight shows and many evening shows on opening weekend are selling out as well. The last thing you want is to go expecting to see Hunger Games and end up having to see something like 21 Jump Street instead...
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