101 Facts About The Hunger Games

The Hunger Games is a trilogy of books and a film franchise written by Suzanne Collins with installments named the Hunger Games Catching Fire and Mockingjay number two as of 2014 the trilogy has sold over 65 million copies in the US alone. It’s the free book full movie series set in an apocalyptic future America controlled by a tyrant of a president.

  • Suzanne Collins, the author of ‘The Hunger Games’, has revealed that the idea of the series came when she was watching footage of the invasion of Iraq and later a reality TV show. “I combined elements of the two to create the ‘Hunger Games’,” she added. Collins also revealed that she was previously known for writing the ‘Underland Chronicles’.
  • Suzanne Collins, the author of ‘The Hunger Games’ series, has revealed that her father fought in the Vietnam War when she was a child. “My dad fought in…Vietnam War when I was…child,” she said. Collins added that she added to the rigid three act structure so that for the book she seems to have three three acts structures within her three act structures.
  • The names used in the series have a meaningful origin and can largely be arranged into two categories those who are from poor districts are often named after plant or other earth-like things and the names of those from more wealthy districts often have Roman origins number 13 President Coriolanus snow was named after a Roman made famous by the play of the same name.
  • Actress Jennifer Lawrence, who played the lead role in ‘The Hunger Games’, has revealed that her surname Everdeen is loosely based on Bathsheba Everdene from far from the madding crowd. She added that the two characters are very different but both struggle with knowing their hearts so it’s nothing to do with Paula Deen.
  • An unofficial Hunger Games cookbook featuring over 150 recipes from Panem including grueling soup and lamb fig and olives is being sold for at least $500 so you can have your very own figurines in your pocket number 20. The cookbook features more than 150 recipes including the final death match which was an innocent flight collecting contest things started get out of hand with kids shouting at each other.
  • The soundtrack of ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1’, the first instalment of the ‘Hunger Games’ franchise, was released in 2012. The film’s soundtrack sold 5,000 copies in its first week and went on to become the highest-grossing film of the year. It was followed by ‘The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug’ and ‘The Avengers: Infinity War’.
  • Jennifer Lawrence’s character Peeta Mellark in ‘The Hunger Games’ series is nicknamed ‘the girl on fire’ in the series. In the book, Peeta’s parents decided to have no more kids because they played with fire and got burn. Jennifer’s nickname as a child was reportedly plays with fire because after she was born, she was such a cheeky young upstart.
  • Liam Hemsworth, who plays Mike in ‘The Hunger Games’, said that he’s going to stop doing the Australian accent now. “It’s bit tiring just like how when I auditioned for the role of Peter that producers felt I was more suited to sitting in the parking lot outside crying about my crushed hopes and dreams,” he added.
  • Actress Jennifer Lawrence has revealed that she was close to turning down the offer to star in ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1’. “I don’t know if it’s going to be for the better,” she added. Jennifer further said that she took three days to accept the offer stating, ” saying yes to this one thing completely changed my life.”
  • Lenny Kravitz, who played stylist Senna in ‘X-Men: First Class’, has revealed that he didn’t even have to audition for the role he was selected for in the 2009 film. “The casting directors really did go his way,” he added. Lenny further said that Jennifer Lawrence’s coincidentally best friends with Danny Kravitz his daughter Zoey after meeting on the set of the film.
  • ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’, the second instalment of the ‘Hunger Games’ franchise, has earned $161 million (over 1,300 crore) at the box office in its opening 24 hours. The film, directed by Gary Ross, also stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth. It’s the highest-grossing film of the year so far.
  • Actor Bentley, who plays the head GameMaker Seneca Crane in the ‘Game of Thrones’ series, has shared a picture of his beard from the sets of the film. “I am peanut butter and jealous and what that for myself as in the beard not Manabe man number 52 there was a swear jar on the set of the first film,” he wrote.
  • Actress Jacqueline Emerson, who plays the role of Fox in ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’, said that her favourite scene in the film was the bloodbathenberg scene. “It reminded me of summer camp who runs that summer camp Edward Norton,” she added. Jacqueline further said that she leaves a little spit bubble when her character is dying in filming.
  • Princess Beatrice, who won ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1’, wore a dress that was inspired by the dress she wore at the world wedding, according to the designer. The dress was based on the dress that Princess Beatrice wore at her world wedding to Prince Rainier III of Monaco.
  • The cast of ‘Peter Rabbit’ had to wear motion sickness bracelets just to stop them from throwing up all over the set. Ed Sheeran provided three songs for the film, which were turned down, but forgive me, I’m thinking out loud number 67 due to an excessive amount of takes in the scene where Finnick had to eat a sugar cube.
  • Actress Jennifer Lawrence has revealed that she found a beer can on the beach that they were filming on and stuffed it into her bikini much to the amusement of Josh Hutcherson. “I was still disgusted by it because I hate eating fish,” she added. Jennifer further said that she hates eating fish because she hates to eat it.
  • The fingered salute was adopted by the people of Thailand as a form of protest it’s now illegal to do the salute in Thailand number 75. The design of district 13 came from 1960s and 1970s nuclear facilities personally it reminds me of Fallout number 76 Woody Harrelson who plays Haymitch the mentor to and Peeta supposedly once skived off a shoot in Berlin.
  • Jennifer Lopez broke down in tears right before filming the scene where she sings the hanging tree in the film ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay’. “I know this because she rang me to help calm her down number 81,” the singer’s husband Marc Anthony said. The hanging tree went to number one on iTunes and has since sold 1 million copies in the US.
  • Elizabeth Banks, who plays Effie Trinket in ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’, has revealed that she used to wear pimped-out nails when she couldn’t unbutton herself to go to the toilet alone up in there sister. “I’ve been there number 86,” she added. Elizabeth further said that she based her voice on the voice that Rosalind Russell used while playing the title character in 1958 film’Auntie Mame’.
  • Actress Michelle Forbes, who joined the cast for ‘Mockingjay Part 2’, was injured while filming a scene for the film. The actress sprained her ankle and injured her knee during the filming of the scene. Meanwhile, actor Sam Claflin ran into a sewer and bumped his head on a pipe in one of his running scenes.
  • During a recent interview, Jennifer Lawrence revealed that she peed her pants a little in reaction to Josh Hutcherson putting a dummy of a deceased tribute in her bathroom on the toilet. “I peed my pants…a little in response to it,” she added. Jennifer further said that the most enjoyable part of filming the series was witnessing the buffoonery abjure.
  • Actress Jennifer Lawrence, who’ll be next seen in ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2’, has revealed that she’s only talented in acting. “I’m only talented at archery,” she added. “After being trained by Olympic archery medallist Kat Oona lorig number 100 the film series has received numerous accolades including the 2013 People’s Choice Award for favourite movie franchise number 101,” Jennifer further said.
  • Singer Jennifer Lopez took to Instagram to share a video of herself and wrote, “I love JLo so much she’s mentioned in every single one-on-one facts video so far.” “I totally take off my wig and makeup and follow her rebellion to unfollow her anywhere in fact,” she added.
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