Just in time for Comic-Con, a brand new motion poster for The Hunger Games has been revealed over at Yahoo , complete with the series' iconic mockingjay pin going up in flames underneath the tagline, "May The Odds Be Ever In Your Favor." With the Harry Potter franchise all wrapped up, and The Twilight Saga about to unveil its final two films in 2011 and 2012, The Hunger Games is definitely itching to become that next big teen-centric franchise. The fanbase certainly has the potential to grow larger and larger in the months leading up to the film's March 23rd release date, especially with the boy wizard now out of the way. What do you think? Have you read the books? Is The Hunger Games poised to do Potter-style business?
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First two books were great. I agree with mman... Please, Do this right.
However, I hope the third movie improves on the third book. Its sad when an author gets bored with their own story. The first 3/4 of the third book is way too detailed... then 10 pages from the end of a three book series, everything magically works out and just ends. Very anti-climatic.
Do this right. No Twilight-style cheese; Respect the audience. Please, DO THIS RIGHT.
Not familiar w/series, first time ever hearing about the movie The Hunger Games. Cool looking poster.
Every movie should have a motion poster.
The book was amazing and if they follow it closely the movie will be amazing. I don't believe it will be close to Harry Potter but it certainly deserves to be and I believe it will be the next big thing.
this poster is amazing!
i just finished reading "The Hunger Games" and im totally hooked! i cant belive it its full of action, suspence, romance, and more.... if you havnt yet read it, you must! im on the second book now and about to finish :)
Lets Go Katniss!!!!
Romance? If this turns out to be a twilight-like chick flick, I refuse to see it.
Trust me it has nothing close to Twilight. Hunger Games is completely worth while and actually tells a good story.
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