Catching Fire is — well — catching fire all over the world right now, with legions of posters springing up on top of cabs, in subways, in cinemas, and so many other places. The most impressive display of all, however, just might be in Times Square:
Really, Lionsgate is pulling out all the stops! As soon as I saw this on the street, I knew I just HAD to take that picture and share it on our site. For frame of reference, zoom in on the photo and compare the billboard size to the buildings behind. Katniss and Peeta are absolutely MASSIVE.
Now that The Hunger Games is out on Blu-ray and DVD, it’s also On-Demand at hotels and through cable providers. Of course, we were so excited to find it available on TV, but what really struck us was how some unknown person summed up the movie in a one-sentence blurb. See here:
Here’s the blurb, spelled out for you:
Katniss volunteers for the Hunger Games and must rely upon her instincts to survive when she is pitted against other Tributes and her friends.
Do you think that’s an accurate description of the movie? What would YOUR sentence be to make it better? Share your sentences in the comments below!
When the first movie posters started coming out last winter, we made a habit of posting as many as we could. Well, when you pass by a Blockbuster Express machine and see this, you know, “Yes, it really is on DVD!”
Happy Hunger Games! We can now watch at home, as many times as we want to, and it feels fantastic!
Doesn’t that give off a little bit of the same vibe as this shot from ABC’s TV show Pan Am?
Yes, the scenes are very different, but the Capitol is really just a futuristic version of our own transit stations. Instead of Pan Am uniforms, they match in Capitol outfits. It still feels sleek and metropolitan, with high-end customers shuffling from place to place.
And for a real change of pace, how do those two images resonate with this shot of the Gare Montparnasse in Hugo?
All I know is, I’d love to visit all three of these places. If only there was a train to get there…