Pretty sure we don’t, lolsummer69. I think even the most adventurous tribute would like neither to guess who you are nor to hit you up on Facebook. But they would, however, probably just be satisfied to hit you in the face. You know… to see if a little rearranging of features makes you any more familiar. Best of luck to you, too, lackey.
No one is born a monster; monsters are made. This is the story of how people and circumstances transformed Cato, a young boy from District 2, into a monster of his own.
Been a while since I’ve written Hunger Games fanfiction, but now I’m back with a little backstory on Cato’s life. Care to spread and review?
Hello, our dear followers! Please check out a new story I’ve put up on Fanfiction.net! If you could give it a quick read and drop a review (you don’t need a fanfiction account to review; you can do it as a guest), I’d appreciate it so much. Also, if you would spread it around, I’d owe you a huge debt!
I know this is shameless self-promotion, but it’s just it’s been a while since I’ve written a story for the Hunger Games and it’s taking me some effort to get my writing back where it was before, if that.
May the odds be ever in your favor!
- Silver Tongued Wonder
Vanity Fair interview with Jennifer Lawrence
“I had read the books before I even knew I would be auditioning for the movie, and was a huge fan of the material. Actually, my mom read them first and thought it was an incredible role and story. She did the same thing with Winter’s Bone, so she must be a clairvoyant, or just has really great taste. Katniss is an incredible character: she’s a hunter but not a killer, a 16-year-old who’s being forced into the arena. These kids are killing one another only because if they don’t they’ll die. It’s needless, pointless, unjustified violence. It’s heartbreaking. When I auditioned, I told [director] Gary [Ross], “I understand if you don’t hire me, but please remember that after Katniss shoots a bow and kills someone, her face cannot be badass.” So there’s nothing cool about her. It’s not like she looks around the arena and goes, Yeah, I got this. I think she looks around helplessly, and thinks, I made a promise to my sister that I would survive; now I have to kill in order to do so.
I try not to think too much about it. Hunger Games is not Twilight, and while I hear the comparisons, it’s really premature to say that it will be the same phenomenon. I’m so proud of the work we did on the film—Gary and the entire cast and crew were amazing, and I can’t wait for it to be brought to life because I think it’s an important story. If it does become a crazy phenomenon, I’ll soak up my freedom now!
The fact that it didn’t feel like filming a movie. When we were filming in the woods, it didn’t have that Hollywood gloss—it was real snakes, real bears, and really scenes of running up and down a mountain for 13 hours.
Follow the link for the whole interview..
Vanity Fair Photo: The Hunger Games Movie Cast
Meet The Young Cast of The Hunger Games Movie! For more Hunger Games updates, visit hungergamestrilogy.net.
I think Lionsgate forgot one special poster. He demanded it, so I made it.
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Hunger Games movie character poster.
oh gahhhhd. So excited for the movie already.
Cinna’s gold eyeliner.