With one month left until "The Hunger Games" opens, fans may want to start reserving their tickets.
An announcement that tickets are now available went up on "The Hunger Games" Facebook page Wednesday, and according to Entertainment Weekly, admission has already represented a large portion of sales for movie ticket e-retailer Fandango.com.
But before the movie opens on March 23, there's also an advance event for Los Angeles area fans (and those who can get there): the world premiere happening in L.A. on March 12.
Starting at 6 a.m. on Sunday, March 11, fans can camp out at Nokia Plaza to get the chance to be a part of the big night. If L.A. isn't doable for you, Yahoo! will also stream the red carpet for the world premiere online.
In the meantime, here's the song The Decemberists supplied to "The Hunger Games" soundtrack, "One Engine":
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What a disgusting movie about kids killing kids, which some lame plot about "a forced government survival contest" thrown in to make it seem like a "legit" way to portray the blloodshed. Anyone that sees this movie should be ashamed to support this crap.
Thats a fact :-p :-P
@ B Dizzle – I may not understand you, but the point of the series is not that Katniss is an awesome shooter. She is, but the main plot is way more than that!
Urk... I don't live in the US, but I wish I did, I am DYING to see the movie! I am obsessed with the books, I've read them thoroughly ten times over, plus I'm totally crushing on Josh Hutcherson. XD Guess I'll just have to wait for the novelty to die out though... ^^
haven't we heard the televised-lottery-survival-of-the-fittest plot about a million times by now? I can't believe the author is trying to actually claim she came up with the idea on her own
Actually, she said she got her idea from watching a special on Iraq, Greek Mythology, and reality TV shows. Here's a fact about the series that I'm sure will surprise you: not every book is about the games. Gasp! Yep, that's right. Believe it or not there's more to the story than kids killing kids. How about you read not just the first book, but also the other two, before you think you know everything about a series.
Is that photo CGI or Photoshopped? I've shot plenty of bows and never knocked the arrow behind me hand. Anyone got an explanation?
Im sorry i just cant see a movie where a bow is being held incorrectly in a still photo. I think this ruins the whole plot.
I'm looking forward to this movie, but not enough to stand in line for hours just to see it at midnight. I'll go for a morning showing opening weekend, much easier to deal with.
She is holding her bow incorrectly and her draw isn't too hot either. However, I will still see the film and probably giggle like a schoolgirl. Incidentally – at my archery club, we're starting to see an influx of teenaged girls who want to start shooting. I expect this will spike even higher once the movie's out...
why wuld anyone want to play hungry games. i get pretty cranky when i'm hungry.
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They say that a soundtrack can either make or break a movie. I sure hope the movie is not ruined with a soundtrack containing songs that really don't "fit" the movie.
Wow with the breathless excitement and reverent tones the author uses in this article you would think we're dealing with Harry Potter style hysteria.. Then you look at the comments and only 13 people have posted. This article has been up on the front page of CNN for 8 hours now.
Methinks fandango or someone may not be telling the truth about its supposed popularity. It certainly isn't reflected in social media where disinterest seems to be the order of the day.
That gurl shuld sit in a tree n hunt. Jess don't fall out n brake yer teef like I did.
I've already got my tickets!
No I am not buying this presale idea, I have yet to encounter a sold out movie I wanted to see, didnt happen with Potter or LOTR or even Star Wars and is wont happen with this movie either lol I buy the ticket when I am going.
I am suuuper excited!! Can't wait for midnight showing!
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Are you serious? Nobody on the set of a movie about survival and stuff knows how to shoot a bow? Who told her to hold a bow like that? You don't just point at what you want the arrow to hit and let go- she is two seconds away from screwing her hand up big time.
I noticed that, too. Good eye!
She supposedly trained quite a bit and became quite good with a bow – perhaps this picture was a publicity shot before her training?
Wrong scene. In this scene she's just looking for food, not actually hunting in the arena as part of the Games. If you read the book you'd know. :)
She actually trained with an Olympic champion archer for weeks. Are you an olympic champion? Maybe she'd look better to you with a compound bow behind a dear stand purchased at Bass Pro? I can just see you being critical throughout the movie with your superior knowledge of survival skills. I guess she was lucky not to have you in the arena...
uhmmmm obviously you havnt read the books... okay dont hate if you dont know whats going on... kay boo?
Nice Liriodendron tulipifera up there in the shot.
gonna be awesome!
No way am I seeing that movie on opening night with a bunch of screaming pre-teens. I'd much rather wait a week or two.
... so you can watch it with screaming middle-agers like yourself?
Kristi – I will be right there with you. :-) I so hope this movie doesn't disappoint as I'm so excited about seeing it.
not meee(: im frikin pumped if ima wait im waiting for the 2nd showing(: (: (: (:
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