And she comes with a bow and arrows and a tiny mockingjay pin. SQUEEEEAL.
This past weekend, The Hunger Games raked in over $155 million in box office revenue, and while reviews have been mostly positive, there seemed to be a number of idiotic movie goers who thought the movie had too many black people. Even though the relationship of race and class is a central theme to the story. You just can’t stop stupid, unless I suppose with a well-placed arrow.
The Hunger Games, the first of hopefully several movies based on the popular book series, has finally been released amidst much fanfare and kicks off the summer movie season. Many have been eagerly anticipating its release, while some are dubbing it Twilight: Part Deux. So is Hunger Games the movie on fire, or just another Tribute?
A fanatical Hunger Games fan that goes by the name V. Arrow put a ridiculous amount of thought and effort into mapping out Panem’s 13 Districts. Her process is outlined in the aimmyarrowshigh LiveJournal. She’s also got a book in the works dubbed The Panem Companion: An Unofficial Guide to Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games.