Catching Fire Logo to be Revealed at the Opening of Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2?

Are you on Tumblr? If so, you might have discovered that someone has posted a pic about the revelation of “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” logo on the upcoming theatrical release of Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2. Here, look at the picture and let me know what do you think about it?

For me, it’s pretty unusual that a Catching Fire logo will be released because I think we already have seen it right? Or is it now official yet? Like this one. (Maybe they are going to copy the mockingjay logo in the Catching Fire book).

Also, it is very clear that the paper above only talk about the logo not a teaser or a trailer for the Catching Fire. I don’t think director Francis Lawrence and the editors of the film have come up to a teaser already since: first the filming is not yet done and second, most trailers are released more or less six months before a film is released theatrically.
Anyway, since Twilight and The Hunger Games are handled by the same company, then we might expect some surprise from them. I hope it will make The Hunger Games fandom happy!

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Catching Fire Peacekeepers Spotted in Marriott Marquis Hotel in Atlanta

If you have read about Jennifer Lawrence’s interview with Vulture, you may have noticed that she is going back to Atlanta to film some scenes for Catching Fire before heading to Hawaii (third paragraph). Now, our friends at has some brand new behind the scene picture of peacekeepers at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in downtown Atlanta. What do you think?

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Peeta Doll from Tonner – Have you Seen the Katniss Doll Too?

Tonner is proud to announce that Peeta doll is now ready for shipping. Few months ago, they have announced that they will be creating Katniss and Peeta dolls. Katniss doll was released first, anyway, if you have not seen the Tonner Katniss doll, you can view it below. 
Note: the Tonner Katniss doll is different from the Katniss Barbie doll because the latter was made by Mattel.
Peeta Doll from Tonner

Price: $169.99

Product Specifications:

  • Dressed Tonner Character Figure™
  • Face includes hand-painted details
  • Fine quality vinyl and hard plastic
  • Josh Hutcherson head sculpt
  • 17″ Matt O’Neill™ body
  • Tyler skin tone
  • Brown painted eyes
  • Blonde non-removable wigged saran hair
  • Green pants
  • Black shirt
  • Black hooded vest with orange ribbon trim
  • Black jacket with grey ribbon trim
  • White socks
  • Brown faux leather boots with gold buckles
  • Stand
  • LE 1000

You can buy your Peeta doll from Tonner on this link.

Katniss Doll from Tonner

Price: $179.99
Product Specifications:

  • Dressed Tonner Character Figure™
  • Face includes hand-painted details
  • Fine quality vinyl and hard plastic
  • Jennifer Lawrence head sculpt
  • 16″ Tyler bending wrist body
  • Tyler skin tone
  • Blue painted eyes
  • Brown rooted saran hair
  • Green pants
  • Black v-neck shirt
  • Black hooded vest with orange ribbon trim and mockingjay pin
  • Black jacket with grey ribbon trim
  • Off-white socks
  • Black faux leather boots with gold buckles
  • Three silver resin arrows
  • Silver resin bow
  • Black faux leather quiver
  • Stand
  • LE 1000

You can buy your Katniss doll from Tonner on this link.

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    Jennifer Lawrence Confirms Catching Fire Filming in Hawaii and Reunion with the Cast and Crew

    In a recent interview with ET, Jennifer Lawrence has confirmed the start of Catching Fire filming in Hawaii. She also mentioned how fun it is to be reunited with the cast and crew again.
    “Yes, now we’re shooting in Hawaii. It’s actually really … it feels normal. It’s so bizarre, I think because everybody’s kind of the same, and seeing the whole crew back, and it’s like a little reunion. It’s really fun.”

     In another interview with Vulture, Jennifer also gushes about her excitement in filming Catching Fire in Hawaii and the Cheesecake Factory.

    “It’s freaking Hawaii! I’m looking forward to everything,” she said. “And I just heard there’s a Cheesecake Factory, like, right down the street, part of the Trump, and that’s got me really, really excited. Don’t say Trump because I have no idea what I’m saying. But, yeah, so that has me excited. I think I’m the only American that really loves Cheesecake Factory and totally stands by it.”

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    Hunger Games Fan Film Cirrus Quell – A Must See

    Joshua Chislett and his team has just released their film inspired by “The Hunger Games.” The story is based on the team’s perception on how the Quarter Quell is formed. Here is their plot:

    Set 51 years before Katniss Everdeen stepped foot in the arena was Cirrus Quell, the 17 year old District 7 volunteer for the 23rd Annual Hunger Games. The real reason why the Quarter Quell was created.
    The runtime of the film is one hour and 10 minutes and young viewers are warned for some violent scenes. The film was shot in  Canon T2i/T3i DSLR and was edited using Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere Pro. The cast for Cirrus Quell are as follows:
    Christian Von Krause
    Jenny Orellana-Giron
    Emeka Agada
    Brandi Shink
    Nathaniel Voll
    Jessie Brush
    Billy Chandler
    Kamil Machnik
    Cirrus Quell is directed, filmed, and edited by Joshua Chislett. Chislett also penned the script along with Christian Von Krause. Like Joshua Chislett’s Facebook page if you want any news from them. 

    “Cirrus Quell – A Hunger Games Story” Part 1

    “Cirrus Quell – A Hunger Games Story” Part 2

    “Cirrus Quell – A Hunger Games Story” Part 3

    “Cirrus Quell – A Hunger Games Story” Part 4

    “Cirrus Quell – A Hunger Games Story” Part 5

    “Cirrus Quell – A Hunger Games Story” Part 6

    What do you think of the fan made film? Please share us your thoughts below.

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    Catching Fire Casting Calls in Hawaii Announced by SAG Theatrical

    As we all know, preparations are already on its way for the second phase of filming “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.” The filming in Atlanta (September to November) has ended and now the staff and crew are already preparing for filming the sequel in Oahu, Hawaii. SAG Theatrical will be handling the extras and they are announcing the needs for stand ins in Hawaii for Catching Fire. Find out more below:

    Production: Catching Fire
    Location: Oahu
    Contract: SAG Theatrical
    Stand-in Rate: $160
    Shoots: Nov. 26 – Dec. 22 (not all hired will work every day)
    Seeking Stand Ins able to portray the following:
    FEMALE – 5’1″/100lbs. Caucasian, age range 25-50. Long silver or blonde hair.
    MALE – 5’7″/145lbs. Caucasian, age range 19-20s. Very light brown/sandy hair.
    FEMALE – 5’9″/125lbs. Caucasian, age range 19-30. Brown shoulder length hair.
    MALE – 5’10″/180lbs. African American, age range 30s-50s. Short dark hair.
    MALE – 5’11″/175lbs. Caucasian, age range 19-20s. Light brown/sandy hair.
    MUST SUBMIT: One headshot and one full length body photo; include your contact phone numbers; resume; union affiliation. Small jpeg photo files only please.


    May the odds be ever in your favor.

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    Gary Ross Talks About Leaving The Hunger Games Franchise

    Gary Ross’ departure from The Hunger Games movie have received mixed reactions from the people. Most of us were obviously saddened about that but the show must go on as they say. Anyway, Gary Ross has a recent interview with EW when he was promoting his first children’s book “Bartholomew Biddle and the Very Big Wind.”

    On his departure from “The Hunger Games” franchise:

    ”I didn’t feel that I would have the time for the way that I work to do the movie justice,” he says. “I wear two hats. I don’t wear one hat. When you write and you direct that’s a linear process, it’s not a simultaneous process. I would’ve had to have written a script and prepped the whole movie in four months and on the first movie that’s a process that took me eight months. And I thought [Catching Fire] was a more difficult adaptation, not an easier one. I didn’t really feel I had the time I needed to live up to my own standards. And I haven’t had a moment’s regret. It was absolutely the right decision and I’m thrilled about new challenges.

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