Fan Stuff: How About Her As Katniss?

Let’s do a random cast call, today, shall we? Missy Jones posted her dream cast list at our Facebook Fanpage, and I realised that it all did fit in. And the best part? Whether you agree or not – there’s a completely new suggestion for Katniss. Katniss Everdeen: Christian Serratos | Peeta Mellark: Lucas Till | Gale Hawthorne: Adam Gregory More of her cast list … Continue reading Fan Stuff: How About Her As Katniss?

Official 'Mockingjay' Description

Goodreads now has an official page for Mockingjay up here. It includes the official description for the book: Against all odds, Katniss Everdeen has survived the Hunger Games twice. But now that she’s made it out of the bloody arena alive, she’s still not safe. The Capitol is angry. The Capitol wants revenge. Who do they think should pay for the unrest? Katniss. And what’s … Continue reading Official 'Mockingjay' Description

Madge's Survival: The Key Note in Mockingjay

The Hunger Games fandom is abuzz with the two articles written by John Granger and Travis Prinzi, both famed Potter pundits.

While I believe it all to be a major part of the fandoms that such theories are talked about, I also regret the harsh criticism John Granger’s Pearl Theory and more have recieved.

Personally, I think most of the critique – and rather rude ones at that – that Granger’s article recieved was from fans who’re actually fans of simple “Team Peeta” or “Team Gale”, and more interested in who Katniss ends up with to have a happily ever after.
Like I said about Travis Prinzi’s article too, Hunger Games REALLY is more than just that.

Just to be completely clear, I am not naive enough to believe Katniss’s development will be complete without either Peeta or Gale.

I am looking forward to more of the article, especially on ones that’ll include more detail on why Madge could be the daughter of Haymitch – which is one thing, I believe to be far fetched. But oh well, we’re all just analyzing, after all.

Madge has been a central point to most theories, because what we see of her is a shadow, but in the narrative, we come to know that she plays the role of a friend whom Katniss trusts.

I’m not an amazing analyst like either Granger or Prinzi, but this is something I must talk about.

Read on only if you’ve read Catching Fire!

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Merchandise Shop Now Online!

Attention all Hunger Games fans! HGN’s merchandise shop is finally online, where you can buy clothes and other accessories sporting designs inspired by the Hunger Games trilogy! The shop, right now, hold five designs as we’re just beginning! Check a few products out below: We’ll be waiting for feedback and then expand the shope with full cutomization. We’ve more designs saved up our sleeves, and … Continue reading Merchandise Shop Now Online!

Undersee Theories and New Layout!

John Granger, the Harry Potter expert who TIME magazine’s book reviewer calls “the Dean of Harry Potter scholars,” has turned his attention to Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games Trilogy. He has written up an article with tonnes of theories for the trilogy’s end, some of them quite convincing and some, just a bit far-fetched. As Hunger Games fans, I’m sure all of you would be very … Continue reading Undersee Theories and New Layout!

Mockingjay Roundup & Collins 'In The Midst' of Writing Screenplay

Major publications around the world are posting their own write ups about the release of the title and cover of Mockingjay. The book details are being kept under lock-and-key. Not too much to go on for those hoping for a glimpse of how the series will end, so it looks like fans will just have to wait. “That was about as much as we could … Continue reading Mockingjay Roundup & Collins 'In The Midst' of Writing Screenplay

Thursday Thoery: Peace to Prevail Finally?

Let’s get down to analyzing the covers now that the trilogy is finally complete! The three covers’ have actually imparted the book’s theme – whether knowingly or unknowingly – now that we critically see them. The lone mockingjays have symbolized the rebels and the rebellion. Hunger Games’s cover is black: there’s no hope. Catching Fire’s cover is fiery red: rebellion rises. Mockingjay’s cover is pale … Continue reading Thursday Thoery: Peace to Prevail Finally?

Book 3 Title and Cover Revealed!

The title and the cover of the much anticipated third installment of the Hunger Games has finally be unveiled! Contrary to the rumors of the book being named The Victors, the wonderful new title is Mockingjay! David Levithan (VP Editorial Director, Scholastic) had this to say about the new revelations: I am not, under any circumstances, allowed to divulge the contents of the third Hunger … Continue reading Book 3 Title and Cover Revealed!