Only 350 copies have been made of this oversized hand-bound leather book that includes 11 never-before seen images and an archival print of the cover image signed by Tim Palen.
Dimensions: 14 x 17 inches, 144 pages, 108 total images.
Lionsgate’s proceeds from the books will go to the World Food Program and Feeding America. They will also be giving an Ultimate Edition of the book away to 5 lucky fans (those proceeds will also benefit World Food Program and Feeding America).
And look how pretty it is!
So if you’re a collector and/or have $802 (it’s on sale from the original $845!) to spare, you will want this gorgeous collection of photographs, including the never-before-seen additions!
Think you will be buying it? Let us know in the comments!
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We have breaking news…on a Saturday! This is totally unexpected and this news we are sure is going to get mixed reviews from the fandom.
Samsung has announced on their website that the FINAL trailer for Mockingjay Part 2 will debut exclusively at Best Buy stores in the U.S from October 2, 2015 – October 4, 2015. This is very similar to the teaser release for MJ1 last year and if so we could anticipate an online release for the trailer as early as October 5th. That isn’t a guarantee they’ll follow the same formula, but we are certainly hoping so. Just treat it as a guess for now. We are also expecting this last trailer to be around a minute long (as is standard) and should lead us into the season of TV spots. This debut is weeks earlier than the final trailer release for Mockingjay Part 1, so we are excited to see how many TV spots we’ll be getting to fill the time between now and the film’s release. Continue Reading »
According to a Piedmont Media Research survey Mockingjay Part. 2 is more anticipated film than Star Wars: The Force Awakens! MJ2 scored 514 out of 1000 (the highest score ever recorded) while Star Wars came in with 495. While this by no means indicates we will do better at the box office than the Force Awakens, which is predicted to have a record breaking open weekend, this does mean we will hopefully put up at good fight.
The rumors are true! The rumors are true! The Hunger Games has its own Funko Pop! line of figures! Nerdist.com revealed what is hopefully the first in a long line of characters from the franchise. In this initial line Peeta, President Snow, Effie and multiple versions of Katniss. Take a look in the gallery below. Continue Reading »
Check out this great new behind the scenes still of Woody Harrelson from Mockingjay Part 2 courtesy of VMAN Magazine‘s Issue #34. The image also features a new quote from Francis Lawrence on working with Woody.
Here’s the quote:
Francis Lawrence on Woody Harrelson
I was at dinner when I received a photo of a horribly bloodied Woody on my phone. He had wrecked on his bicycle in some gravel and was in horrible shape. We were in the middle of shooting Mockingjay and he had a scene the next day but his face was damaged. I called immediately and he sounded horrible – weak, worried and a bit blurry. I was truly worried for him and desperatley urged him to go to the hospital. There was a moment of silence and then I heard that amazing Woody laugh. It was a joke that he and our makeup team had devised. None of it was real but I bought it. I bought it because he brought the same talent to that joke as he does to his performances. He finds a truth and fills it with vulnerability, unpredictability, gravity and mischief: the perfect ingredients for a great actor (and also a really great joke).
In my personal opinion, ‘The Hanging Tree’ is one of the best pieces of music to come out of The Hunger Games franchise. So how cool would it be to hear it performed live? MTV is reporting that composer James Newton Howard will be debuting music from The Hunger Games, heard live for the very first time, at “Hollywood in Vienna”.
Liam Hemsworth recently interviewed with Salon.com on his current projects. He talks about the Independence Day reboot, the possibility of working with his brother, Chris Hemsworth, and his latest film, The Dressmaker. He also shares some thoughts on the ending of the Hunger Games franchise.
“It was bittersweet for all of us on the last day of filming,” he said. “There was a realization that we all came to that we didn’t have another film to come back to. And that was sad, because we’ve established such close relationships with each other, and experienced an important part of our lives together. We’ll always hold onto that. I’m looking forward to the last press tour. I’m really proud of the last film, it’s possibly the best one. It ties up all the loose ends. It’s not quite the happiest ending for everyone.”