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I am huge Mockingjay fan. And Katniss Everdeen, I love her. Every single time I watch The Hunger Games, I find myself in a completely different world. The most thrilling moments are when the Huger games are played and you just wish Katniss Everdeen wins. The Mockingjay song, the rebellion, the fall of Snow, it all ends and you just don't want it to end.
I miss The Hunger Games and Katniss and much as you do. Here are some lesser known facts about The Hunger Games.
...why Gale has had his name put into the drawing multiple times, other than when Katniss tells Prim when she comes to say goodbye not to put her name in more because it's not worth getting enough food. Entering the name multiple times raises the possibility of selection or even death of the person in the games. If your family gets additional portion of grain and oil, so families experiencing especially terrible privation may put their children's names into the drawing more than once in exchange for that small amount of extra food.
All the sequels are directed by Francis Lawrence.
Lawrence's background was largely on the indie film circuit. So, she was unsure how the role would clearly affect her career. It took her three days before she accepted the role .
Because the script reminded him of Stanley Kubrick's Paths of Glory(1957), he wanted that role. He wrote a letter of plea to Gary Ross explaining why he should be cast.
She had to lie to people about how she got the injury because she was not allowed to tell anyone about her role.
Well, that's where Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson were both born .
She called him 'Mr Kravitz' , as she couldn't get herself to use his first name. He soon found out that the rest of the cast and crew also started to call him 'Mr Kravitz'.
Because Woody Harrelson is a vegetarian in real life.
Capitol is in the Rocky Mountains, possibly Colorado, and that the District 12 is somewhere in the Appalachian Mountains, possibly Kentucky or West Virginia.
...was styled from his own real beard, not created from applied pieces or extra hair.
...he wanted to make this movie. Producer Nina Jacobson had already secured the rights and Ross was unaware of it. Bryan Unkeless, the co-producer discovered the novels and recommended them to Jacobson.
Because of how the pedestals were arranged and spaced apart in the field.
...with reference to the character's archery skills.Her surname is a reference to Bathsheba Everdene who is the lead female character in Thomas Hardy's novel "Far from the Madding Crowd." Author Suzanne Collins said, "The two are very different, but both struggle with knowing their hearts."